b. 1999, Chicago, IL
From a young age, Abigail has used visual art to explore the world that surrounds her. Over the years, as she gained experiences and witnessed others in their presence, she began to raise discussions on social and racial equity. Her body of work ranges from large scale paintings of BIPOC experiences, to intimate multi-media representations of individuals close to her. She graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts at Laguna College of Art + Design, California in 2021.
Since then, she has used and re-appropriated traditional skills to create pictures of modern scenes. Abigail is intrigued by the depiction of underrepresented communities. She aims to create art that provides a homage for comfort, as well as create remembrance to marginalized individuals within history and in her own community.
She has been featured in numerous exhibitions for Saatchi Art and has been published in editions such as Blanc Magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, and more. She now works as a represented illustrator for picture books. In her spare time, Abigail loves to create personal work in her studio in Dallas, TX with her dog Coco by her side.
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