Renée Fox studied Fine Art with a focus on Painting at the Corcoran School of Art and Design in Washington DC and Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include The Wild Flowers: Nature Reimagined curated by John O’ Brien Sturt Haaga Gallery, CA (2012), Bloom at MOAH (2012), LA Wood curated by China Adams, Arena 1 Gallery, CA (2014), Freeway Studies: Inside the Quad, curated by Meg Linton, Ben Maltz Gallery, CA (2014), The Night opens / La Nuit s'ouvre, BLAM Projects Los Angeles, CA (2017) and private studio salons (2018). Solo exhibitions include Eve mural installation, Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH), CA (2013) Draw Me: Renée A. Fox + Nancy Jeffrey K Saari Gallery, CO (2013), Renée A. Fox: A Decadent Work mural installation West LA College Gallery, CA (2013) and Corruption of Faustus mural installation at Otis College of Art and Design, CA (2017-18). Her mural Eve is in the permanent collection at MOAH and paintings are part of numerous private collections. Renée lives and works in Inglewood, CA.