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Andrew Myers, faces in prints to installations

Andrew Myers, faces in prints to installations

Loud & Clear

Andrew’s second charcoal drawing from a new series that he’s creating is called “Loud & Clear” – measures 48” x 72” on a gesso wood panel – Charcoal and stamped oil paint. Original and prints available.

Hey Baby

48” x 48″
Over 600 Recycled Wood Pieces
Oil Paint
Steel Rods
Acrylic Polyurethane Enamel with clear topcoat Background

Painted on over 600 individual wood strips and protruding from the panel at varying depth (the wood strips are connected to steel rods cut at different lengths), this work of art has incredible depth and movement as one walks around it.

I’ll Brush It Off

A new venture turns into hundreds of brushes suspended from a metal frame by over 500 feet of steel rods, each hanging at different depths. Once you step in front of the work and look at it straight on, a portrait appears. Each paint brush is painted and tediously aligned to create this work.

Hundreds of Paint Brushes
Oil Paint
500 feet of steel rods
metal frame
Andrew Myers


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