Angie Hedman is an artist, writer, gallery director/curator, and high school art educator who resides in Muncie, IN with her husband, two kids, and geriatric dog. Her photography and art have been published, or are forthcoming in Gravel, The Broken Plate, Drunk Monkeys, Montana Mouthful, and 805 Lit+Art.
This photograph is from a recent black and white body of work that focused on the intricacies, moods, and emotions of everyday objects. Emphasis was placed on details and parts, rather than the complete subject matter. As I worked on paintings in my studio, I began to notice the beauty in the objects that surrounded me each day. This body of work stemmed from those gentle observations.