Heavily inspired by drag artistry,  the figurative paintings represent an unapologetically queer POC subculture that is lacking recognition in current society.
highly sensationalized, Dionysian, subversive mix of high and low integrated with an intense color sensibility. The specific behavior of color coupled with an untraditional male gaze incites freedom and fun.  


Gerardo Gomez Escamilla

February 1995 

San Antonio, Texas


B.F.A in Studio Art Drawing 

TXST University, 2017

San Marcos, Texas

Western Art Academy 

Schriener University  2013

Kerrville, Texas


Bad Taste, 2017


 Western Art Camp Scholarship,  

  Schriener University, 2013     Kerrville, Texas


2018                Love Not Labels Pride Event, Fiesta Youth Center, San Antonio, TX

2018                MysterE Art Show, Brick at Blue Star, San Antonio, Tx

2018                Wezfest, Private Land, San Marcos, TX

2018                Winter Vibes, Krazy Kat Music, San Antonio, TX

2018                To Die For, Flex Space, Texas State Galleries, San Marcos, TX

2017                To Be Continued, Texas State Galleries, San Marcos, TX

2017                Second Saturday, Brick at Bluestar, San Antonio, TX

2017                Group Exhibition, San Marcos, TX

2016                I Could Float, I Couldn’t Swim, 2 x 3 Gallery, San Marcos, TX

2013                Western Art, Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, TX