Lee Price creates photorealistic oil paintings that are mostly self-portraits of herself, binging on junk food. In the new print issue of Bust magazine, Price talks about how her work explores body image, feminism, and our cultural relationship to food. You can see more of Price's work at her own site or at Santa Fe's EVOKE Contemporary Gallery where she is showing in May.
Lee Price: American Figurative Realist Oil Painter
Lee Price at EVOKE Contemporary Gallery
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