An ongoing series of contemporary paintings inspired by the past.
A series of paintings inspired by early American Trompe-l’œil paintings such as those by William Harnett, and Spanish Baroque painters such as Francisco de Zurbarán but with ambiguous and everyday objects in unusual situations.
M, oil on canvas, 22” x 18”
For William Harnett, oil on panel, 10″ x 14″
Agnus Hominis (after Zurbaran), 2015. oil on canvas. 22″ x 30″
Y, oil on canvas, 22” x 18”
AntiPatterns exhibition, Joe Hedges, installation view
I am an intermedia artist living and working in eastern Washington state. I grew up in Ohio where I had a short career as a recording artist before returning to the visual arts. My visual art now makes use of a diverse background in web design, music and painting to make works that are part-painting and part-new media installations. I also continue to write songs that balance acoustic and electronic instrumentation. Read more…