Bee DoubleHue is a visual artist that pushes the boundaries with unbridled honesty through image, technique, and raw talent. Visually, DoubleHue is influenced by the surrealists, pop artist, and high Renaissance predecessors. DoubleHue draws inspiration to create from research, observation, personal opinion, and suggestions from friends and strangers alike. DoubleHue believes that “the struggle to achieve my idea of perfection is part of the art. If I remove the struggle, I remove the soul of the work.”
Bee Doublehue is the creative alter ego of Brendon Williams. He was born and raised in Oklahoma City. Brendon is an Oklahoma City University Studio Art Graduate. He was the Visual Arts Educator at Douglass Mid-High School in Oklahoma City until recently. He now has joined the U.S. Army and is attending Officer Candidate School. His artistic forte is drawing and painting portraits.
Bee Doublehue’s work is featured in our exhibition Inclusion in Art at The Art Hall, December 7, 2018 through March 15, 2019.