Emily Brandehoff is a mixed-media artist from Kentucky. She has created a body of work inspired by Blake’s Songs of Innocence that demonstrates a macabre sense of humor. A small selection of her body of work is shown below. The works shown here were originally developed for the exhibit INNCE/EXPCE. Curated by Keith Banner, this exhibit ran from June 28th to August 10th, 2013 at Thunder-Sky Gallery, Inc., in Cincinnati, OH.

Emily Brandehoff at the Blake in the Heartland exhibit reception.
Emily Brandehoff at the Blake in the Heartland exhibit reception.

 

Emily Brandehoff's and Robert McFate's London.
Emily Brandehoff’s and Robert McFate’s London.
Emily Brandehoff's "Little Girl Lost" and "Little Girl Found."
Emily Brandehoff’s Little Girl Lost and Little Girl Found.
Emily Bradehoff's Silence of the Lamb.
Emily Bradehoff’s Silence of the Lamb.
Emily Brandehoff's Innocence, Experience.
Emily Brandehoff’s Innocence, Experience.

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