Fluidity + Identity
What is your identity? Is it a concrete definition, privy to stillness? Or is it a moment, a breath, an idea that lives in constant reaction to all swirls around and within you? Is there ever truly a moment where you are not defined by the fluidity of the world around us?
These simple questions frame the wide and varied scope of work in Joshua’s portfolio. Through a diversity of media, it’s an exploration of the spaces between motion and stillness, often with a deeply sensual and emotional narrative. Primarily dealing with water-based aesthetics and the human form, Joshua’s work layers the visible surface with the undercurrent of constant and dynamic change.
Joshua is classically-trained, with degrees from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts as well as a graduate of the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts. Born and raised in South Florida, Joshua currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts.
to liberate, to celebrate the sacred cows of old master figure painting.