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You can call me boo

Boo Deity is Girlfriend to the World

Boo Deity is an established Pop-Art Painter since 2016. She was born in Kentucky and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, OH with a degree in English and a minor in International Art. She is in her high school basketball Hall of Fame and played NCAA women’s basketball in college.

Boo Deity sold over 2 million dollars of Contemporary Art as an Art Consultant from 2011-2016. Her business, Street Stains™, uses a propriety printing and sewing technique and has been featured in over 200 art shows around the U.S.

Boo Deity paints the layers of an exhausted graffiti wall on canvas. Using her hallmark of neon colors contrasted with chalky pastels, witty sayings and street tags allure you into a joke where only you can discern the punchline. The face in the foreground asks you to intimately experience the tension between a beautiful face, and a complicated soul. Her style begs a compassion from you; people are not what they appear to be on the outside.

Boo Deity’s personal devotion to painting is a dedication to rewriting her family’s history of mental illness. She is inspired by trips to the Art Museum, music, and dance.

Her technique is perfectly messy, she uses acrylic paint, oil paint, fabric, and digital techniques. 

Boo loves you. 

Pop Art Painter

Owner Street Stains™

Vocalist for The Third Thing

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2021

The Other Art Fair, Santa Monica, CA

Spatial Gallery, SOHO, NYC

2019

Boo Deity: Best Artist Exhibition, Cincinnati

Selected pieces including “Period Piece” Installation and release of Marilyn Monroe series sponsored by Pistil Vintage, OTR.

Art Basel Pop-up Show, Miami, FL

2018

STREET STAINS™ National Tour

Cincinnati, OH | Boston, MA | Estes Park, CO| Denver, CO| Los Angeles, CA | Louisville, KY 

Sold out “Orgasm Girls” original and “Marilyn Monroe” prints in 4 hours.

2017

Orgasm Girls Residency, Cincinnati, OH

Three month open studio in an under-served Cincinnati community. The artist residency, attempting to bridge gaps in gentrification, was cut short due to gun violence outside the warehouse. Nine pieces complete “Orgasm Girls.” 

Artist Statement: Normalizing the quieted, yet over exploited spectacle of the female orgasm. Nine pieces exploring the collective need for each person to seek pleasure, regardless of social status or race. 

2016

Daddy Issues, TriBeCa, NY

Debut of “Headless Girls” series including “Mary Gets Around” installation at A&E Studio.

Artist Statement: Twelve faces exploring the angles of the female face, furthermore a study of artistic decisions; such as color and proportion, that convinces the viewer to see beauty.

2015

Mary Gets Around: A Traveling Installation

Nantucket, MA | Denver, CO | San Diego, CA| Tucson, AZ| Taos, NM | TriBeCa, NYC 

A huge (110 in. x 36 in.) self portrait traveling across the US from Nantucket, MA to San Diego, CA and back through New York, NY. Installed in six Airbnb homes and four monumental US landscapes including White Sands, NM and the Río Grande. 

Artist Statement: To see the limitations and meaning of “space” based on a large piece of fine art traveling as precious cargo throughout the US. Captured with Google 360° technology.