Ginger Fox
acylic on canvas 36 by 48 inches
Ying and Yang
acrylic on canvas 40 by 30 inches
Finding Your Marbles
acrylic on panel 12 by 12 inches
I explored different mediums and began
painting on a  larger scale with murals and
trompe l'oeil.  In 2001, I continued to  reach
deeper within myself to  imagine the world
and my art in a hyper realistic, slightly
surreal style.  I was launched into what was
a  perfect fit between my minds eye and
the canvas, and I created enough  to
produce my first show, which was held in
Dallas at the Boyd Gallery. I continued
trying to produce art and work within the
design  industry until the summer of 2006
when I made the professional  decision to
pursue my artistic career full time.  Since,
my style has  continued to veer toward the
surreal. I am producing paintings and  
sculptural collage works that I describe as
organic surrealism. I am combining the
natural with the artificial to create
synthetic harmony.
"Contemporary Realism" by Ginger Fox

The painting style of Dallas Artist Ginger
Fox has been influenced by  the Dutch
still life painters' use of light and shadow.
In addition,  Fox has played on the idea
of the Surrealist school of painting. In
Fox's paintings the viewer is drawn to a
familiar subject matter and  is invited to
interpret his own reality. Through the
familiar, Fox  presents a surreal idea
through placement (almost suspension)
on the canvas, using light and shadow
as an additional tool. The viewer's  
psyche believes that his eyes see is "real".
Ginger Fox's abstract  art is also a very
popular painting style in addition to her
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