Martyred. Risen. Sainted. Commentating on the jusqu'à position of classical works and modern street art blurred together most notably in European Cities.
La Premiere Dame
The Original and First Victorinette. La Premiere Dame was created after months traveling through Italy, France, Switzerland and the UK. The blurred lines between classical works of art and modern street art found in the cities of Europe prompted us to create this series.
A commentary of the seemingly disrespectful ‘street art’ and highly cherished classical pieces makes the dichotomy of “La Premiere Dame” come to light.
Mixed mediums on pH neutral board, with Graphite, Spray Paint, Acrylic and Digital.
'GIA' God Is Alive
Cross mediums on canvas, framed. From the Hidden Rooms exposition in Downtown L.A.’s historical Arts District
La Première Dâme 'Noir' featuring •TÅSK•
From the Hidden Rooms exposition in DTLA’s historical Arts District
"Holy Mary" La Madonna
43” x 64”
From the highly successful “Hidden Rooms” exhibition in L.A.’s historic arts district.
For us this piece serves as a reminder of how each person defines their faith and spirituality individually. We are big believers that religion means something different to everybody. So by removing baby Jesus from Mary’s arms, viewers must fill in the image of him themselves—the process of which represents how one might fill in their own religious beliefs.
La Première Dâme "Killer Bunnies"
Cross mediums on canvas with Skull Bunnies from legendary skateboarder Jeff Ho of Venice’s Dog Town & Z-Boys fame.
Victorinettes: Installation View
Live from the Rendon 2018
Installation View: the Rendon
Victorinette Live in L.A.
In Castle View, Playing Cards
La Première Dâme 2.0 "Shoreditched"
Designed and used for the streets of London's Shoreditch Arts District