Claudia’s work is based on her personal experience as a heterosexual woman in modern world dating, and her view on female sexuality along with humor and sarcasm. In 2016, she started posting her illustration work regularly on Instagram (@brainxeyes) as her self-expression. Behind her colorful cartoon-based images, there is always a simple message or a lighthearted joke. The caption is a very important element to the imagery because she believes a piece of good work is not only visually interesting, but it also needs to serve a purpose.
The gallery features Claudia’s hand–painted canvases, series such as “Scenary” and “Entering Relationships” and also exhibits work about modern dating, sexual desire, female sexual power, censorship, etc.
For more information look here https://www.tranter-sinnigallery.com/exhibitions and follow them on Instagram at @trantersinnigallery and @brainxeye. The exhibit runs through April 29, 2017 at 350 NW 29th Street (Wynwood), Miami, Florida.