Andrea Joyce Heimer

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    The Johnson Boys Used To Set Off Fireworks In Their Mother's Home, Which Was Too Nice For Them, While We, Who Were Too Nice For The Johnson Boys, Pined Over Them Fiercely From Afar. They Didn't Know We Existed., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    The Failed Panty Raid Of 1993., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    24 x 30 inches


    A Long Time Ago I Had A Religious Experience While Camping In The Big Belt Mountains In Montana When Lightning Lit Everyone Up And I Swear I Could See Our Insides And They Were All The Same, Pink Beating Things Packed Inside Us Like Christmas Presents., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Depression Dragging Me Down On The Fourth Of July, Again., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Yes, Your Voices Are Beautiful, Heavenly Even, But Get Off My Pagan Lawn., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Isolation On Ironwood Street, 1995., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    24 x 30 inches


    Since I Was A Small Girl I Have Dreamed Of Living Off The Land And Building All I Need. I Am Jealous Of Self-Made Men., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    A Long Time Ago In Great Falls Montana Where I'm From The Mariana UFO Incident Occurred In Which Three Silver Disks Burned Across The Sky Over A Baseball Diamond And Resulted In The First Video Footage Ever Taken Of UFO Activity And I Still Get The Shakes Thinking About It, The Disks And The Craned Necks And The Dusty August Day., 2017
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    My Sister's Bush Was Glorious And Full And The Color Of Campfire Flames While Mine, Still Struggling Through Puberty, Was Patchy And Mousy And In Her Presence I Felt Like An Unfinished Drawing., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    24 x 30 inches


    My Stuffed Animals Had Detailed And Complicated Lives Of Their Own That I Had Given Them And When Life Was Too Big I Would Lie Underneath Them And Feel Their Soft Weight On My Skin., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    A Summer Boy Reclining With Pepsi And Thinking About Girls., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    The Johnson Boys Acted As If They'd Been Raised By Wolves & They Were Savage & Wild & Beautiful., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    The Adopted Child Must Learn To Comfort Herself Or Himself., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    The Boys Showed Off In The Courtyard And Their Muscles Gleamed Like Buttered Bread., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on paper
    18 x 24 inches


    The Adopted Child Does Not Know Which Side Of History He Or She Comes From., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Montana Hot Springs With Danger Surrounding., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    My Male Cousins Preparing For Deer Season, Montana 1988., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on paper
    18 x 24 inches


    The Adopted Child Searches For Maternal Figures Even In The Unfit Or Monstrous Or Wholly Unsuited., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    In The Land Of The Only Thing That Matters The Women Can Be Plastic And I Will Never Be Enough For You., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    The Adopted Child Seeks Sexual Comfort In Response To Violence., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Our Group Of Girls In The Neighborhood Would Spend Nights At Each Other's Houses & Have Pillow Fights That Would Leave Us Bruised & Relieved For Days Afterward., 2016
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    18 x 24 inches


    Confessions Of The Harvest., 2015
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches


    Girls At The Stable., 2015
    Acrylic and pencil on panel
    16 x 20 inches