James Andrews Art Collections
Shop for artwork from James Andrews based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by James Andrews
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Nine by James Andrews
Waiting For The Eagle To Come by James Andrews
Dozer by James Andrews
To The Ends Of The Earth by James Andrews
The Non-Locals by James Andrews
The resolute Soul by James Andrews
Charon's Sabbatical by James Andrews
Hope by James Andrews
Dogma by James Andrews
Pilgrim Soul by James Andrews
Surrender by James Andrews
Peter by James Andrews
War and Peace by James Andrews
Learning The Hard Way by James Andrews
Nature of The Self by James Andrews
Dream Commute by James Andrews
In The Beginning by James Andrews
Still Learning by James Andrews
Getting There by James Andrews
Ezekiel Revisited by James Andrews
Joe #1 by James Andrews
Sarah #2 by James Andrews
Peter #2 by James Andrews
Crown by James Andrews
Displaying: 1 - 24 of 48
About James Andrews
James Andrews is an artist and teacher who has been living in the Pacific Northwest since 1999. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1973, Andrews' family moved out to Long Island's beautiful East End when he was a toddler. Andrews has always had a love of art and the stories it can tell. This love led him to pursue and earn a BFA in Theatrical Design from SUNY New Paltz and, later, an MS Ed in Art Education from Dowling College. Since dedicating himself to his own art practice in the last few years, Andrews has had several showings of his illustrative paintings and sculptures.
I feel that science, religion and philosophy are all searching for answers to the same questions-- and that we tend to separate ourselves, unnecessarily, by our choice of personal paths to what we hope are the answers. The scientist sees only scientific answers; the devout see only answers that fit with their religious texts; the philosopher adheres to his own reality construct. I believe that art is the best and easiest way to bring these paths together and connect us all again. My artworks are attempts to foster those connections. Being connected to each other is our only chance of ever finding the answers to our burning questions---and, in fact, it may be the answer all by itself.
I use a symbology that I hope is universal enough to unite viewers from the various schools of thought â€“one that is accessible to all. I want viewers to be able to relate to the works on a very personal level and to also be able to use them as a bridge to understanding the views of others.
I work in a variety of media, including graphite, color pencil, acrylic paint, clay and digital painting programs. I find that each work presents certain challenges that are best met by using one medium or anotherâ€”though, in the past, it has not been uncommon for me to combine media for any given piece. In my career I have been most inspired by the art of Bernini, Church, Mucha, Wyeth, Alma-Tadema and
Magritte as well as more contemporary artists and illustrators like Alex Grey, Chuck Close, and John Jude Palencar. I am just as likely to find inspiration for my works in religious scripture as I am in the pages of the latest issue of a science magazine and I believe that the best ideas, the ones that really display the questions inside of me, come from both.