Jeremy Biggers – Guapo and Robin
Dimensions: 72 x 96″
Medium: oil on cradled panel
Jeremy Biggers draws inspiration from his personal experiences and the way they shape his perspective of the world. His artwork explores themes of identity, particularly in relation to his experience as a Black man in America. Through his unique visual language, he employs his signature “hyper-red” color to convey a sense of aspiration and a rejection of complacency.
The dots that are a recurring element in Biggers’ work represent his mother and the ladybugs that visited him after her passing. These symbols hold a deep personal significance for the artist and add an additional layer of meaning to his pieces.
Through his art, Biggers seeks to establish a connection with the viewer, encouraging sincere conversation and facilitating the discovery of new perspectives. His hope is that his work will resonate with the viewer, inspiring them to explore their own identity and gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.
Jeremy Biggers’ artwork is a testament to the power of personal experiences and the ability of art to spark meaningful dialogue and promote personal growth.