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 a visual artist and singer-songwriter living and working in eastern Washington state. I grew up in Ohio. My paintings, digital prints, installations, art videos and internet art projects explore the links between science and art through the visual language of the experiment and the archive. My songs are about love, death, and wonder, balancing acoustic and electronic instrumentation.