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Sex in Suburbia
In Sex in Suburbia Andrea Joyce Heimer continues her exploration of the suburban experience, this time focusing on the ways in which sexuality affects a neighborhood. Part allegory part autobiography, Heimer's crudely rendered characters enact scenes of heartbreak, physicality, and the emotional claustrophobia that develops in a tightly woven suburban upbringing.
Heimer's paintings live in private collections in the US and abroad, including the collection of musician Paul Simon. Heimer was recently one of three finalists for the Seattle's prestigious Neddy Award in the painting category and has just completed a month-long artist residency in Berlin.
When We Were Young Us Girls Practiced Kissing Each Other Because We Wanted To Be Good At It If We Ever Got Boyfriends. Now I Know Instead Of Kissing We Should Have Been Practicing How To Say Goodbye.
Acrylic/pencil on panel, 18x24", 2014
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