Renée A. Fox makes mixed media paintings based on natural found objects. The paintings use traditional painting and drawing techniques to portray a sensually feminine, idealized interpretation of nature, often by changing singular floral subjects into sexualized icons. Born in Frederick, Maryland, Renee attended the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. and graduated from Otis College of Art and Design after relocating to Los Angeles, California.
She has exhibited internationally and completed several independent curatorial projects including “Reclaiming”, 2003, an exhibition of Otis alumni at the historic location of the old Otis administrative building in downtown, LA and “Reclaiming: Intergeneration”, same location with Jenée Misraje and Kate Harding. Fox is currently director of the Beacon Arts Building in Inglewood, California and organizes the annual Inglewood Open Studios.