BIOGRAPHY

Andrew Schultz is a visual artist and designer based in Seattle who has a BFA in Illustration.  They makes flat, patterned drawings and paintings that tend to focus on human bodies and the space they take in nature, queerness and nudity, and solitude. Andrew's works with ink, paint, digital media and printmaking.

CONTACT

andrew@andrewschultzart.com

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

Andrew Lamb Schultz at Cupcake Royale, June 2016, Capitol Hill Cupcake Royale, Seattle, WA

Andrew Lamb Schultz at the Factory, May 2016, The Factory, Seattle, WA

Solo Pop Up, September 2015, Capitol Hill Fuel Coffee, Seattle, WA

Solo Exhibition, January 2014, The Vera Project, Seattle, WA

EXHIBITIONS

Imminent Mode:Sirens, August 2016, Vermilion, Seattle WA

Dear Jenny, We Are All Find, March 2016, Indian Summer (with Vignettes and APRIL Festival), Seattle, WA

Love is so Weird, February 2016, Cairo, Seattle, WA

December Art Exhibition, December 2015, Cairo, Seattle, WA

‘Mo-Wave Visual Art Exhibition, November 2012, Vermilion, Seattle, WA

No Haus, September 2015, Summit Inn, Seattle, WA

Desperate Living, Pony, Seattle, WA

Rose Gold Pop Up, July 2015, New Tomorrow, Seattle WA

Object(s) of my Affection, June 2015, Cairo, Seattle, WA

Permanent Style, June 2015, Derek Erdman’s Apartment , Seattle, WA

Junk Show, February 2015, Pony, Seattle, WA

Power Scribbles, February 2015, True Love Art Gallery, Seattle WA

Post Postmodern (PoPoMo), EPC Gallery at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, June 2012, Lakewood, CO

Summer Graduation Exhibition, Phillip J. Steele Gallery at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, August 2011, Lakewood, CO

PUBLICATIONS

HEY LADY

The Free Witch Quarterly

City Arts

CLIENTS

Hardly Art, ‘Mo-Wave, Pony, Shout Your Abortion (#SYA), Summit Block Party, Tacocat

EDUCATION

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, BFA in Illustration with a Children’s Book Emphasis, 2011

SKILLS

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver.

PRESS

City Art's Sketchbook Porn

Seattle Weekly's The Top Twenty Things to Do This Week

Vignette's Queer Resistance, Queer Resilience: The 'Mo-Wave Art Exhibition

LINKS

Artist Page on Vignettes