John Suro's artistic practice is transdisciplinary and inescapably concerns the intersections of self, thought, trauma, loss, spirituality, sexuality, politics, shifting perception, and transformation. He combines abstract paintings, surface art and objects or constructions together in conversation. His paintings and surface art are a mix of natural and synthetic materials which lend themselves to creating texture. His constructions are a mix of objects – found and sought - and readymades. His individual works may stand alone and may also be grouped together as installations. John continues to process the polemics of LGBTIQ oppression and has come to understand himself and his art not only as abstract but also as queer, not in a sexual sense, but as a political affirmation.