Cameron Meade paints joyful portraits of his extended family – homeless youth supported by his family’s non-profit. He says his version of Queer Art reflects his gratitude for the people he paints who enrich his life and make him feel “Blessed and Highly Favored,” the name of his MFA show at Pratt Institute. He also feels fortunate to have multidisciplinary artist Derrick Adams as a mentor.
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