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Delight of a Decomposer by Andy Kehoe
archival print of an original painting
printed on 100% cotton rag archival paper
image size is 10 x 10 inches
paper size is 12 x 12 inches
signed and numbered, edition 65
Andy Kehoe Pittsburgh
Andy Kehoe lives and works in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. He was bred on cartoons and comics from an early age, losing himself in the imagined worlds found within. His paintings draw from the childlike innocence that recall a time when magic and monsters existed and all the untold mysteries of the world still seemed possible.
Shortly after graduating from high school, Kehoe explored a number of different art schools before settling in to the illustration course at Parsons School of Design in NY. After dabbling in commercial illustration for a short time, Kehoe decided it was time to focus on his personal work, and he’s never looked back since. Kehoe’s work has shown the world over including such prestigious galleries as Jonathan LeVine (New York City), Thinkspace (Los Angeles), Black Maria Gallery (Los Angeles), and Copro Nason Gallery (Santa Monica, CA), as well as taking part in the Gen Art Vanguard Contemporary Art Fair during Art Basel 2008 in Miami, FL and contributes regularly to the acclaimed Blab! series.