Warner Ball is a Michigan-born multimedia artist. He is an Albion College graduate who also curates in addition to his studio practice. 


Much of Warner’s work revolves around domesticity. Warner uses photography, paintings, and sculptures to reference domesticity, upbringing, and sexual themes. Scenes containing place settings, food, and floral arrangements reference the home. Sexual subtext is common even in the most mundane compositions. Warner combines domestic and queer themes in order to normalize queer concepts for his viewers.

Warner is inspired by artists such as Henri Mattisse, Gigi Mills, Kiki Smith, Eva Hesse, Louise Bourgeois, Beth Campbell, and Louis Fratino. 

© Warner Ball 2019