Monthly Archives: June 2016

Every picture tells a story

This picture is a recent commission.  It commemorates the life of a family friend and is an example of Billy’s ‘story painting.’  This one is small, only 24 x 18″ but is jam-packed with references to Ed’s life story – … Continue reading

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Art in the City opens tonight

Dropped in to the Arts Council Wednesday for a peak at the annual members-only show and was asked by a staff member why Billy hadn’t entered a work.  I replied that he had and pointed to his wire sculpture that … Continue reading

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Fern-crazy : FF@HC fundraising update

# hcad # whereartlives   Billy loves ferns and has been on a kick this spring, painting them on canvasses and a rain barrel, cutting stencils of fern fronds, and planting a fern garden.  This year the City’s storm water … Continue reading

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Come see, hear what’s new at tonight’s FF@HC

#hcad # whereartlives By popular demand, Billy Hedel will bring his ‘little red art wagon’ to this month’s First Friday event, where he plans to set up at the Washington Avenue end of the Haynie’s Corner Walkway from 6 to … Continue reading

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