Eric Hesse: Someone Else’s Light

Eric Hesse: Someone Else’s Light

Someone Else’s Light ​These unpeopled portraits explore the mutability of the monumental. The subjects struggle to maintain their formal identity against a number of threats: light, darkness, chaos, decay, and, most insidious of all, mundanity. Artist Statement  Hesse...
Dying Buildings, Living Stones at Gallery EDIT

Dying Buildings, Living Stones at Gallery EDIT

A lovely rainy day in Richmond Virginia, a great collaboration with the staff at Hillside Missions, a wonderful happy hour dinner at Tarrant’s, a lot of good conversations at the opening last Friday night, a three hour show of an amazing assortment of live...
Dying Buildings, Living Stones

Dying Buildings, Living Stones

Walter Benjamin, a German Jewish philosopher of the 20th century, purchased a drawing of Paul Klee’s in 1921 called “Angelus Novus.”   Benjamin lived through the First World War.  He took his life during the Second, shortly after being arrested for...