Andy Kehoe, ‘Approaching the Watcher of the Veil’, 2013, Jonathan LeVine Projects

About Andy Kehoe

Inspired by folk tales, mythology, and the grandeur of nature, Andy Kehoe creates subtle, quiet visual narratives through which he explores such timeless themes as love, mortality, alienation, and betrayal. In his richly detailed paintings on wood panels, Kehoe conjures a strange forest world, washed in the deep colors of autumn and populated by somber yet comical part-human, part-animal hybrid creatures with mournful eyes and sloping shoulders. His cartoonish aesthetic and whimsical cast of creatures tempers the sad poignancy of his work.

American, b. 1978, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Solo Shows on Artsy

2016
Andy Kehoe: Fantastical Romanticism, Jonathan LeVine Projects, New York
2013
Andy Kehoe, Luminous Reverie, Jonathan LeVine Projects, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

2017
Welcome to New Jersey, Jonathan LeVine Projects, Jersey City
2016
A Conversation With Friends, Jonathan LeVine Projects, New York
2016
Suggestivism: Resonance, Spoke Art, San Francisco
2015
Oh, The Places We Have Been: Rediscovering the Past, Jonathan LeVine Projects, New York