"it's good to challenge yourself, but don't beat yourself up. We have to just love ourselves. The most important thing is for us to love ourselves, because a lot of genderqueer people go through extreme trauma, and it's like our major job is to just love ourselves. It's important to celebrate yourself. I know I don't want to be afraid anymore. I've been afraid way too much, so more than anything, just be proud of yourself, because you're brave. It's brave. It's really brave. I see it, and I'm inspired by it.


Wild Home is about celebrating a possible future when the world isn't so binary, where we stop subjecting the planet to our ideas of what it is and instead protect and steward it, care for it, realize it is our only home and we share it with so many precious species. It is about celebrating a future where we are brave enough to do self compassion and encourage holistic living so we can thrive on this Earth. It starts in ourselves. I am a Wild Home, and I deserve to honor myself as we all do. When we celebrate true understanding of ourselves, loving others and loving our planet just comes naturally."-Niomi Fawn

    -Excerpt From UNUM Article 

" Inside the installation, round dinner plates are mounted on the walls, not unlike the kinds of collectors’ plates people display as Inside the installation, round dinner plates are mounted on the walls, not unlike the kinds of collectors’ plates people display as part of their home decor. The difference is that the plates bear vivid imagery of flora and fauna — a coiling snake and a stately raven are situated amid intricately detailed floral blossoms. Tree limbs twine along the walls. A hollowed-out tree trunk takes the place of a coffee table on an animal-skin rug. Leafy green garlands and wreaths adorn a dinner table laden with fruits. “What better way to welcome someone than to sit down with them and eat something or drink something? That’s communion,” Fawn said. of their home decor. The difference is that the plates bear vivid imagery of flora and fauna — a coiling snake and a stately raven are situated amid intricately detailed floral blossoms. Tree limbs twine along the walls. A hollowed-out tree trunk takes the place of a coffee table on an animal-skin rug. Leafy green garlands and wreaths adorn a dinner table laden with fruits. “What better way to welcome someone than to sit down with them and eat something or drink something? That’s communion,” Fawn said."

Excerpt From the article written by Michael Abatemarco 

 "No Place Like Home" in Pasatiempo 

Niomi Fawn is also Independent Curator as Well and Established Curate Santa Fe in 2014. Click the Button's Below to Read More about Their Work.