Andrew Burns Colwill

Andrew is on of the original Bristol street artists (he was painting on walls when you could only buy spray paint in garages).  He is both the alpha and the omega of street art - his work having recently been described as 'the next wave in street art'.   Whether on walls or on canvas his work is fine art with a twist.  It is simply stunning, using the rare 'soak stain' technique he redeveloped over an artistic career spanning fifty years.  His work is never obvious - as a viewer you have to look hard but it is always rewarded with a hidden message.

 

20/50 Vision Tomorrow's Habitat 

Andrew's latest body of work addresses environmental, political and social concerns.  This follows a deep discontent with changes in the recent political landscape of Britain and the States.  This can be vividly seen in his work at Upfest (Europe's largest festival of street art) this year - Arctic Sceream (oposite).

 

We are proud to host his latest collection of signed prints from 20/50 Vision.

The works in Andrew's latest collection 20/50 Vision: Tomorrow's Habitat challenge our perception of how we will grow food and humans, our effect on the planet and how we will be fairing economically and operating socially by 2050.  Beautiful soak stained canvasses with hard hitting themes and being Burns Colwill there is a fair amount of dark humour thrown in too.  Add his affordable A3 giclee prints signed by the artist to your art collection.

You can read more about Andrew and his works at the blog links.

Interviews

Andrew Burns Colwill working on Arctic Scream at Upfest 2017.  

Photography by Neil Roberts, 212 Productions

Arctic Scream at The Coopers Arms, Bedminster Bristol for Upfest

Photography Neil Roberts 212 Productions

Click on image above for Andrew's catalogue of prints avaiable.