‘Birds represent the glorious continuation of their extinct dinosaur ancestors.’
Shadow, 18 x 24 inches, charcoal on paper. (© 2017 Rex LeBeau)
Rex LeBeau, a member of Channing Memorial Church in Newport, Rhode Island, describes their inspiration: “I’m a genderqueer person. I find solace in animals more than people. My art depicts the natural world, and the way I capture it reflects intensity and wildness. The web of life makes us one in life’s struggle to survive, and birds represent the glorious continuation of their extinct dinosaur ancestors. For me and my transness, the revolution lies with survival and art as the key.” reximusmaximus.com
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Rex LeBeau is a member of Channing Memorial Church in Newport, Rhode Island.