Highline Heritage Museum
Now through 10/2022
An independent fine arts professional since 1983, Andrew Woodcock paints today in his studio in Burien Washington just south of Seattle. He’s shown in dozens of juried shows and his work is in private collections in the United States and Europe.
Like most artists he spent his early career creating art with whatever materials were at hand, developing a range of skills through necessity. Living in Florida throughout the nineties Andrew drew figurative charcoal and pastel images over architectural blueprints providing a juxtaposition of rigid monochromatic lines beneath bold human forms punctuated with strong color. He’s painted on creosote-soaked roofing paper but prefers canvas, Masonite or paper.
Over the past twenty years Andrew has traveled extensively collecting experiences that find their way into his work. Favorite series include; 50’s travel trailers, monochromatic interiors, portraits, and landscapes. His work ranges in size from hand held pieces to 5’x5’.
This exhibit is co-sponsored by the Burien Arts Association. It can be viewewd at the Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien. There will be an Opening Reception for the artist on Friday, September 2, from 6-7:30 PM.