About This Artist
BKFoxx is a public artist from Long Island NY, an ’88 model (as her father says). She paints photorealistic murals in only spray paint; no brushes, no projectors, no stencils.
She became interested in street art in 2013, practicing with spray paint in abandoned buildings. She thought it was really powerful to be able to transform an entire place with just paint. And starting with old, rundown walls in New York, she has been invited to paint murals around the world, from France to Sweden to Ukraine.
She usually starts with an idea or a concept, then sets up a scene and photographs it, and from that makes a reference image for the wall. The images are meant to be high quality, potent, and thought-provoking to the viewer.
She likes the idea that some art should be temporary, existing while it is relevant and meant to be appreciated in real-time.
She thinks that art is important for everyone, and focuses on public art for that reason. She believes in honesty, authenticity, and respect. She wants to make the world a more fair place.