Valerie Hegarty’s Paintings and Installations Literally Drip out of Their Frames | Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

bhsutton: Another stunner from Valerie Hegarty’s new show at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Figure, Flowers, Fruit (through October “Flower Frenzy”

Valerie Hegarty  flowers and destruction says it all

Valerie Hegarty flowers and destruction says it all

Valerie Hegarty | Nicelle Beauchene

Valerie Hegarty, 'exploding painting' Makes me think of a Monet painting jumping out of the canvas

Valerie Hegarty  Headless George Washington with Table (Lansdowne Portrait) , 2012

SPOTLIGHT: Valerie Hegarty’s Alternative Histories Truly breathtaking. NYC-based artist Valerie Hegarty’s artwork often poses as artifacts of art history gone awry. [[MORE]] Ravaged paintings, melting.

Valerie Hegarty Artist Painting Installation The Lodge Gallery Lower East Side New York

Valerie Hegarty - Autumn on the Wissahickon with Tree, 2010 (reinstalled

Valerie Hegarty (*1967), "Woman in White" (2012) - the works of this exceptional and prolific artist have been dubbed 'decaying fine art'

Woman in White by Valerie Hegarty // Valerie Hegarty is a visual artist based in Brooklyn who creates paintings, sculptures, and installations that often address themes of memory, place and history.

"George Washington Melted" - Valerie Hegarty

"George Washington Melted" - Valerie Hegarty

cryozoa: Valerie Hegarty, Watermelon Tongue

Watermelon Tongue, 2012 by Valerie Hegarty

VALERIE HEGARTY - MUSEO

VALERIE HEGARTY - MUSEO

VALERIE HEGARTY - MUSEO

VALERIE HEGARTY - MUSEO


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Valerie Hegarty Woman in White

Woman in White by Valerie Hegarty // Valerie Hegarty is a visual artist based in Brooklyn who creates paintings, sculptures, and installations that often address themes of memory, place and history.

Valérie Hegarty Tableau decomposition destruction

Des tableaux en décomposition

Valerie Hegarty | Destruction/Dissolving

Valerie Hegarty | Destruction/Dissolving

Figure, Flowers, Fruit | Nicelle Beauchene

Valerie Hegarty: Foreboding Nature There is a certain uneasiness attributed to the works of installation artist Valerie Hegarty.

Valerie Hegarty illustrates what would have happened to famous masterpieces if they were say, left out in the woods to get destroyed by woodpeckers, or tossed over a waterfall.

Destroyed Paintings Make You Appreciate Museums

Valerie Hegarty - Cathedral (2010)

selected as i like the dimentions and shapes that it makes

Valerie Hegarty, Niagara Falls, 2007, Foam core, paper, paint, gel medium, glue, 150 x 300 x 65 cm.

Valerie Hegarty - Niagara Falls - Pictify - your social art network

VALERIE HEGARTY Get a frame and glue flowers and leaves and branches to it like is growing out of it. Love this idea.

This may be the most interesting #frame we've ever seen!

I need a guide. Valerie Hegarty - Unearthed 2008 Wood and mixed media.

valerie hegarty booooooom blog artist art

Intentionally Decayed Art - Valerie Hegarty’s work involves copying and then modifying iconic paintings to make them look as if they have been pecked by birds, charred b.

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