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Brent Ray Fraser and Why Art is Sexy!

Written by Jacqueline Ryan

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

If Porn Art were a university degree, painter and performance artist Brent Ray Fraser would graduate magna cum laude. The textbook definition of sexy – look it up – is this drop-dead gorgeous, perfectly chiseled, blonde-haired, blue-eyed, thirty-four year-old super stud. He’s hung like one too, much to the delight of the thousands of adoring ladies who have breathlessly watched him grind and peel away his cop and cowboy costumes, revealing his ample treasure beneath. A crowd pleasing male stripper by design – one of only a handful of a dying breed – Brent Ray Fraser passionately loves what he does, and makes no apologies for it. And, he shouldn’t. He’s glorious!

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

His evolution is understandable. As a child growing up in Surrey, BC, Fraser was painfully shy and introverted, and as an artist with an innate talent for drawing, he found it difficult, if not impossible, to connect his art with other people. By his sixth year at The Emily Carr University of Art and Design, when his father’s idea of picturing the audience naked still didn’t help him overcome his plight of shyness, he thought it might work in the reverse: What if he was the one who was naked instead? During that same time he also wanted to find a way to intertwine his art with eroticism… Eureka!  With that, a life-altering concept was born and has evolved into what it is today. Creating paintings with his body before a live audience has carved out a unique niche for Fraser. He’s made a name for himself as “The Artist Stripper,” and he hasn’t looked back.

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

BRF: “It’s ironic considering where I was in grade one to what I’m doing now. I used to hate having people watch me draw, and now I’m painting naked in front of thousands of people, with my penis! It’s totally topsy-turvy! It’s meant to be. The only downside to doing it – not that there is much of a downside – is just the controversy that surrounds it and the assumptions people make based on it. I didn’t tell my parents for years because I thought that they would be ashamed of me, but really when you think about it, what’s to be ashamed about expressing yourself with your body? The body is a beautiful thing, right? And if you can entertain with it… *laughs*… people will think that you take money for sex, or that you do weird things sexually with people. It’s shunned. But it’s like pornography; damn near everybody watches pornography, and if you say you don’t you’re probably lying. It’s one of those things that’s not quite mainstream, and my goal is to bring it out! Share and share alike!”

The last time I saw him in action, Fraser, who I shall now refer to as per his usual moniker, BRF, was performing at The Taboo Naughty But Nice Sex Show. In a scant red wrestler’s singlet, he attracted a massive crowd pressed shoulder-to-shoulder forty feet across, to drink in a live show where he proceeded to punch-paint  with boxing gloves on huge canvases, and stamp out innumerable prints of his painted member. Those happy spectators went home more than satisfied.

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Jacqueline: “Give me a feeling of what art means to you when you’re in the midst of it.”

BRF: “The midst starts right from the idea. I consider myself a process-based artist, the journey is the actual art. The act of creating – THAT is the art. The painting is just a by-product of the act. It’s the nerves and all of that – it’s the whole shebang! It’s pure happiness! It’s hard to put into words… It’s what I was born to do, it’s who I am. When I have the energy of the crowd, it just passes through my body and then my body becomes the tool creating it and it’s more like becoming the art… I AM the art… The audience is the art. The smile on my face and the smiles that I get, is the payment for all the hard work. It’s just fucking awesome!”

For the past ten years, BRF has spent the majority of his time in his grain silo-turned-studio; a dot in the middle of the country farmland outside Vancouver. Inside, it is filled with riches, and everywhere you turn your wandering eyes fall upon color and form, the playful and the curious – including a delicious candy collection, a disturbing set of antique children’s gas masks, muffin tins applied as wall coverings, the groovy wall of lava lamps, and sex, oh yes, sex in the context of art, is everywhere…

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

During my visit to his two-story silo, I was privileged to sit with the artist while he hand-painted his signature skulls onto black tee shirts soon to be coming up for sale on his website. Vials of his pheromone infused sweat will also be available for your olfactory pleasure, and next up for grabs, you too can adorn your mantle with a self-portrait sculpture of his replicated, monolithic penis. I’ve thought long and hard about getting one myself.

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

BRF: “I want an army of them,” he laughs, “It’s immortalizing my manhood and it’s a comment on my sexuality and my life. I wanted to make an art piece and document it.”

His recent appearance on The Real Housewives of Vancouver has afforded him even more celebrity, but he doesn’t let any of that go to his head. He simply enjoys the experience and looks forward to his next adventure. BRF has recently added a few Reality TV-esque cameras to his own studio experience, allowing his voyeuristic fans an intimate peek inside while he creates his art in a provocative and interactive setting. He is now gaining global online exposure, thereby taking his performance art to a gargantuan new level. Is there anything he won’t do? If it doesn’t hurt anybody and he feels comfortable with it, BRF is pretty much game for anything.

BRF: “A painting on the wall is me. So why don’t you literally put yourself up on the wall and call yourself art? I’ve done it all… If you can think of something I haven’t done, let me know and I’ll do it! I’m open to anything… within reason… it has to be artistically based.”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Here is someone whose mind is as wide open as the Montana Sky, and you just have to appreciate that it’s all about perception. We can accept it, we can deem it vulgar, or we can simply try to understand that people think differently. BRF finds what he does rather poetic and beautiful. He is comfortable with his choices, and genuinely happy with his life. I admire his devotion to his art form, and this boy gets a hall pass from me because he lives his one life the way he wants to. Not too many people can truly say that.

When I think of Brent Ray Fraser, my experiences with him bring one surprising word to mind: Wholesome. He has been the consummate gentleman during every moment I have spent with him. Obviously, the casual observer may think that incongruent considering his subculture lifestyle, but nothing could be further from the truth. He loves his mother, has dinner with his dad every Friday, cares about animals, the environment, and enjoys spending time with his nephews. Fraser very much lives an artist’s lifestyle, which can often mean hour upon hour in solitude working tirelessly on his paintings or conjuring up art performances for charity, as he did with his bra installation with proceeds going to fund Breast Cancer Research.

Jacqueline: “Could you tell me a few details about your bra installation?”

BRF: “I donate artwork to charities year round. I love helping others, especially with my art. Breast Cancer is a charity I’ve donated to for almost 6 years. My mom battled and beat breast cancer twice. Eternally grateful, I decided to create a massive project as a tribute to her, and many other battles, with hopes to raise money and awareness. What started off as a small 2ft by 3ft bra painting, turned into a 7ft by 14ft sculptural work of art. I didn’t anticipate the enormous support I gained over the span of the project. I started asking every single women I knew for their old bras to create the small painting. The media caught wind and I began getting bras from all over the world. I’m currently working with an events company in Montreal to do a similar project to help raise funds for Cancer there.”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

What BRF would like for people to see is who he really is as a person behind the appearances and judgements. BRF is a bona-fide talent who lives and breathes his art. Every moment of his existence and ounce of his magnificent being is consumed by it, and it’s impossible not to feel inspired by the way he lives his passion. His truth is undeniable: ART IS ALL.

BRF feeds off of pushing all the boundaries, or painting over them altogether. “I love color, I love movement, I love gesture, I love texture…  I love everything else under the sun.”  A nonconformist, of art school he says, “I feel art school doesn’t really teach you too much, it just helps you embellish what you already have, but earning my degree, it made my dad happy.” 

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Jacqueline: “What do you want people to know about you?”

BRF: “Well, people have an idea of what a person is based on what they see, and I just want people to know that there is more to me than just painting skulls… There’s more than meets the eye, and you can’t really judge a book by it’s cover. It sounds cliche, but it’s true. I really wish everybody could get to know me for who I really am aside from the public persona that I portray. Art is like a diary. You only get to see who I am if you look at my art over the years. You will never truly find out until the end of my life. There is so much in my head that I would like to do, so be patient with me, and you will find out who I am. Come along and enjoy the ride… There’s a seat beside me.”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Let’s touch on his art, shall we? (Oh yes, the innuendo is limitless). His art is revered and prolific, especially his landscapes and abstracts, erotic paintings, and notably his toy gun series and signature skulls. BRF has never held a real gun, but he likes the idea of using toy guns as art – photographing firearms like AK47’s with flowers bursting out of the barrels, and transferring them onto canvases using a secret process. These works are wildly popular with collectors and represent the yin and the yang, war and peace, as it were, and are highly thought-provoking. “With all of the garbage that’s going on in the world with killings and guns, I’m just trying to counteract it a little bit.”

The also highly popular skulls have tremendous meaning for the artist; For personal reasons, BRF has had to look death square on, and by painting his skulls he literally faces his fears. He feels that because skulls hold the brain and represent life, it is a direct contradiction to how they are usually depicted as a symbol of death. He says of them, “These are happy skulls because they’re all smiling.”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Lately, as photos began surfacing of BRF traveling around the world posing naked on toilets and public places prohibitive of such dirty deeds, I had to wonder what his motives were behind this naughty behavior.

BRF: “When I was 10 years old I saw a photo of my father studying naked at the dinner table taken before I was born. His pose reminded me of Rodin’s “The Thinker.” My dad is a brilliant man and my mom always told me he was a bit of a wild child in his university years. The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. I love my father very much, so this project pays homage to his life, while putting a personal BRF spin on it.”

” I came up with the idea to pose like “The Thinker” on select toilets in and around Vancouver… to start. The toilet is a place for thought and reflection on life. Well, for me it is. This makes it a perfect atmosphere for art. Plus toilets are all over the world and each have a unique look. Hotels, restaurants, public restrooms, churches, alleys, parks, planes, trains and automobiles…and palaces. So many toilets, so little time. These risky gorilla style shots were done at unauthorized locations, often with a tripod. Fast and furious you could say. I almost got arrested in Times Square and ran from the Bobbies at Buckingham Palace. The original idea of sitting on toilets manifested into standing urination shots. The same pose at different locations around the world. The human figure is beautiful no matter what its doing. The purpose is to create a series of figurative books showcasing my nude toilet adventures. ‘The art of urination.’”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Most recently he has been photographed crucifixion style, hanging like Jesus on a cross he built with his own hands. I asked the artist what it meant for him to do this.

BRF: “Yeah my cross. I bear it daily. It’s a metaphor for sacrifice, love, strength, commitment and of course martyrdom. My life is devoted to my art and with that comes many challenges and rewards. I’ve always wanted to build my own cross. Two reasons: First because you can’t buy them at Home Depot. Second because I love building things with my own hands. I chiseled that thing and actually felt like Christ the carpenter. It was a rewarding experience to say the least. Especially when I was hanging in the field. No words to describe. Just wait till you see my Jesus work out video. I decided to do a naked workout video prior to being crucified. Again, something I’ve always wanted to do.”

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

I had to ask myself how he could possibly upstage himself. The answer came quickly when I noticed a collection of wedding dresses hanging in his silo. Fraser explained that one day he’s going to marry his art. Full on. His plans include painting and framing the actual wedding gowns in an epic installation, and inviting the entire city to come out and attend a ceremony joining him in holy matrimony to his one and only. He’s doing it because his mom always wanted to see him marry. Therefore, to his beloved art, he will say, “I do.” *sigh* True love. There is no greater art than that!

Brent Ray Fraser, Artist, GrindDown, painter, Nude

Photo Credits:
Hamish Hamilton: Clown on Ferris Wheel
Clown on Roller Coaster
Stephen Sadowski: BRF Dripping in White Liquid
BRF in Gas Mask and Fishnet with Gun and Flowers
Anna Tsagari:  BRF Painting with his Penis
Throwing Paint in the Forest
BRF Holding Gold Penis Sculpture
Crucifixion
Tomoko Robertson
Fire Performance at Taboo Sex Show
Siobhan Harlow: Buckingham Palace
Anonymous Flight Attendant: Air Canada Flight
Jacqueline Ryan: BRF on Church Porch
Standing beside Masturbation Painting
The Red Door at the Silo
BRF with Rainbow Skull at Pride Parade
Hand Painting Skull onto Tee Shirt


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“Unique Soles for Unique Souls” – Fluevog Shoes

Vancouver Shoe God, John Fluevog, hosted a soleful soiree at his grand store in Gastown Wednesday night. My signature, flared-out heels clicked hurridly down the wet cobblestones of Water Street to get me to the party on time!

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Clusters of red helium balloons stood sentry duty, and as I stepped inside this wonderland of a shoe store, my eyes lit up like sparklers as I could see (across the towering room) the man himself, dressed in a mauve sports jacket and chartreuse sweater, plaid bow tie and exuding his warm, charming smile. Surrounded by well-wishers, John greeted his fans and friends, all putting their best foot forward and celebrating with him on Fluevog Day, also Fluevog’s very own 65th Birthday!

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Devotees stood stylishly well-heeled, every one of us parading around in our finest funky footwear representing every collection and era, some enthusiastically sharing that they scooped their vintage, impossible-to-find Fluevogs on ebay, others flaunting delicacies from his most recent offerings. One thing was for sure, the common denominator was our collective love for his unique shoes and adoration for the man who’s latest magazine ad slogan states to non-wearers, “No, You’re Weird!” One of the little gifties I received in my swag bag was a set of robins’ egg blue shoelaces with an accompanying sticker that reads, “Embrace Peculiarity.” You’ve gotta love this man!

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The highlight of my evening was having the opportunity to share my favorite shoe story with John Fluevog. Blushing a little, and slightly nervous (c’mon, this man designed my shoes for Heaven’s sake!) I spilled it out. On a whirlwind trip to New York Fashion week a few years ago, I picked up my black, pointy-toed “Coffee” collection cuties in his Soho shop, proceeded to a posh lunch at The Plaza Hotel, and took a leisurly horse and carriage ride around Central Park. Inspired by the quote inscribed on the bottom of my strappy slingbacks, “Take the time and do it right,” I was determined to check off a big “must” on my things-to-do-before-I-die list… So, I jumped into a taxi and drove through Wall Street and Chinatown until we arrived at my destination. The driver stopped the car and there it stood before me… I pulled in a deep breath, stepped out of my cab, and took a long, sunny stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge – Statue of Liberty to my right, The Empire State Building to my left –  and dammit, my tootsies looked fantastic doing it! Once I was in Brooklyn, I jumped on the Subway back to Manhattan, mailed a postcard to my daughter at the Main Post Office across from Madison Square Garden, hoofed it to Times Square, and back to The Flatiron Hotel where I slipped into the lounge and toasted the day with a perfect Cosmopolitan. It was a dream come true, and I did it in my brand spanking new Fluevogs! And not one blister, only the teeniest scuff on one of my pebble leather toes serving as a keepsake of my Big Apple adventure! John was gracious and seemed to delight in my wistful anecdote.

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The night went on with beverages flowing and sole mates socializing, until it was time to put a lid on the shoebox. What a lovely way to spend an evening, mingling with footwear royalty and those who love his shoes. Superfan Cat Leigh was proudly laced up in her Frontier Hi Hudson boots – one of her seventeen pairs of Fluevogs. On why she has amassed such an impressive and obsessive collection, she says, “I love Fluevogs because the styles are just that little bit (or a lot) different. They don’t appeal to everyone and that appeals to me.”  While Jaik, a long-time employee at Fluevog and loving every minute of it, sincerely shared that Fluevog is an ultra supportive and encouraging employer – even more reasons to love the man behind the leather and laces.

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A couple in their matching Fluevogs

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Jaik and friend

As for me, I have my heart set on the emerald green Elizabeths with the sexy wooden heel resembling a decadently scrolled chair leg. A perfect size 7, please. The price tag is not for the faint of heart, but make no mistake, these are works of art and worth every penny. You will be mine my little lovelies… I believe in The Shoe Fairy… and I believe in Fluevogs!

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For more of John Fluevog’s amazing story, click on the above photo, and read the history that has made Fluevog into what it is today.

http://www.fluevog.com/

https://www.facebook.com/fluevog?fref=ts

Photographs by Jacqueline Ryan


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Miss World Canada Pageant 2013

Miss World Canada Pageant 2013

“Beauty with a Purpose”

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It was all glitz and high glamour during The Miss World Canada Pageant Crowning at The River Rock Theatre Thursday night. The red carpet was rolled out for the VIP attendees and visiting royalty, expertly posing – hand on one hip – for the copious cameras. We nibbled on canapes and chatted cheerfully, eager to watch the polished young ladies who would be gracing the stage competing for the honourable position of Canada’s Good-Will Ambassador representing Variety – The Children’s Charity – a global foundation dedicated to enriching the lives of children. Together with pianist Roy Tan, Vancouver sensation Rosemary Siemens captivated with her haunting violin as we rubbed shoulders with the beautiful people, ultimately flowing into the theatre to settle into our seats.

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Comedian Greg Kettner’s earnest levity broke the ice, drawing a few laughs and nicely warming up the crowd. The pageant then got underway, competently emceed by delightful Novus TV personality Natalie Langston (herself going through several gown changes, many custom made by designers Gianna Maanaki and Nazanin Gheitasian) and Sportcentre’s Bryan Mudryk, a childhood cancer survivor and tireless fundraiser for the cause. Of her experience co-hosting the event, Miss Langston shared, “Bryan cracks me up, he kept me laughing the entire night. I really think we played well off of each other and made a great team while putting on a funny and entertaining show that the audience would love.” It was Mr. World 2012 Frankie Cena, however, who truly stole the show with his velvety, swoon-worthy performance of Edwin McCain’s “I’ll Be.”

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The young women dazzled as they glided across the stage in their jewel toned, sparkling evening gowns, serenaded by the soulful voice of Warren Dean Flandez, paraded before us confidently in the enviable swimsuit competition, and captivated us with their individual talents ranging from a perfect piano arrangement by standout and finalist Anastasia Lin – a woman deeply devoted to religious freedom, to Nicole Johnston, a professional contortionist sporting a flame inspired leotard and red feather fan – also an ardent anti-bullying advocate.

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These sixteen ladies chosen from the original thirty-six delegates, hailing from every corner of our country, demonstrated tremendous charisma and poise, which was especially evident during the excessively difficult questions asked of the finalists. Some, understandably nervous (and yes, we heard one trembling voice ask “Um, can you please repeat the question?”) to others well-versed, confident and passionate about the big topics like human rights, pipelines, and politics – one flooring us all with her well-rehearsed quote by John Diefenbaker.

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Miss World Canada 2012, stunning Tara Teng, was impressive, delivering a powerful speech about what it meant for her to wear the towering crown. Tara said of her experience, “It has been a humbling honour to dedicate my reign to raising the cry for freedom even louder, serving exploited women and children across Canada and in some of the poorest and most remote places of the world. I have learnt how much responsibility comes with leadership and been inspired by my generation rising up for a more just future.”

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One notable snafu served to shake things up when Mudryk mistakenly confused fourth place with fourth runner up. After having awarded several of the contestants their bouquets and sashes, the crowd held its collective breath, wondering what the confusion was all about as the girls were directed offstage, asked to remove their sashes, and returned to the stage for a do over. And the winner was…

Future law student, classical ballet teacher, actress and model Camille Munro of Regina, Saskatchewan, was definitively deserving of the title Miss World Canada 2013. She accepted her glittering crown graciously, and we vigorously applauded her efforts while they slipped the sash over her flowing, tangerine dream gown. Elegant Munro will now step into her new position as ambassador and role model. She will commence her year-long journey into leadership, as well as enjoy her numerous scholarships and prizes, including her all expense paid trip to Jakarta, Indonesia where she will represent Canada in The Miss World Pageant.

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I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the prestigious panel of judges: Nicole Watson, Veronica Chail, Vancouver “Housewife” Robin Reichman, Nassir Karmali, Tiger Zhang, Maureen Francisco, Dean P. Davidson, John Halani, Sandra Lowe, Dan Caldwell, and Special Judges Richard Wong and Miss World Canada’s official gown designer, Sandra Sung. Bravo to this esteemed group for making some truly difficult decisions!

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Après show, the venue was abuzz with excitement! Flashbulbs exploded as the contestants and the newly crowned Miss World Canada mingled, smiled for the photographers and celebrated with the jubilant crowd. It was wonderful to see many of society’s finest, including Style Specialist Cynthia Pace and Marketing Maven Frances Hui in their elements.

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All in all, it was an enchanting evening with vibrant, gorgeous young women aiming to make the world a little bit better, and doing it with intellect, talent, grace and panache.

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Special thanks to super Producer Andy Chu for a monumental job well done, and to Jaala Wanless, Director of Beauty, for extending my VIP invitation.  It’s been a long while since I was that little girl with stars in my eyes, sitting with my Nana on our sofa (writing tablets and pens at the ready) voting for our favorite beauty queens on television. It was a full circle moment, and beautiful in every way.

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*** Follow this link for more beautiful images of the Miss World Pageant ***

(coming very soon)

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialMissWorldCanada?fref=ts

http://www.missworldcanada.org/

https://www.facebook.com/variety.bc.ca

www.novuscommunitytv.ca www.novusnow.ca

Special acknowledgments and photography credits to:

Norm Lee  http://www.normlee.ca/  https://www.facebook.com/normleephotography?fref=ts

Ed Ng  http://www.flickr.com/photos/edngphotography/    http://facebook.com/EdNgPhotos

Silvester Law  http://www.flickr.com/photos/silvesterlaw  http://facebook.com/silvester.law

Kuna Lu  http://www.kunaphotography.ca/  http://www.facebook.com/kunaphotographygroup  http://www.amoriswedding.com

Dan Poh  dan.poh.7@facebook.com

Linsey Hulls  http://www.linseyhulls.com/

Angelo Siglos  http://www.wfgopportunity.com  http://facebook.com/asiglos1

Eugenio Flores  http://www.highendphotography.ca