Joey Fauerso

Much of Joey Fauerso’s work depicts the human body as an intersection between nature and culture. Playing on the longstanding equation of nature with sexuality, recent paintings and animations depict sites of ecstasy and eroticism where body and landscape merge into a single entity. In a recent series of watercolors on paper, anthropomorphized landscapes depict intimate acts of dominance and submission, dissolving the boundaries between "inside" and "outside”.  In the ‘Wide Open Wide’ series the western night sky is framed by an open mouth, collapsing the boundaries between body and environment. 

Fauerso’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Texas State University, and lives in San Antonio with her husband Riley Robinson and their two sons.

 

 Joey Fauerso; Seljalandsfoss, 2012; watercolor on paper; 17 x 22 in.
Joey Fauerso; Jefferson County, 2012; oil on paper; 24 x 22 in.
Joey Fauerso; Potomac, 2012; oil on paper; 24 x 22 in.
Joey Fauerso; Tower Fall (1), 2012; oil on paper; 46 x 31 in.
Joey Fauerso; Yosemite Fall, 2012; watercolor on paper; 22 x 18 in. each (diptych)
Joey Fauerso; Force Field, 2010; watercolor on paper; 22 x 18 in.
Joey Fauerso; Scrape, 2010; watercolor on paper; 21 x 13 in.
Joey Fauerso; Feel What it Feels Like, 2010; watercolor on paper; 57 x 41 in.
Joey Fauerso; Sunset, 2011; serigraph; 30 x 22 in.
Joey Fauerso; Social Nature (7), 2009; watercolor on paper; 49 x 51 in.
Joey Fauerso; Open, 2008; watercolor on paper; 46 x 42 in.
Joey Fauerso; Ground Support 1, 2004; paper collage on board; 12 x 9 in.
Joey Fauerso; Nature Study 1, 2011; paper collage; 44 x 32 in.
Joey Fauerso; Nature Study 2, 2011; paper collage; 29 x 44 in.