Tulsa native Joe Andoe initially made a name for himself during the 1980s with paintings of “open landscapes and portraits of things hanging around landscapes” as he put it. Vistas that evoked the West, along with images of horses and antelopes, were limned in a lean, economical form of naturalism that was suffused with haunting overtones. This selection of canvases re-visits those subjects, along with portraits and still-lifes created during the ’90s and ’00s.
Joe Andoe, “Jubilee City”
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