Andrew Kozlowski works across many areas of print media, from small-scale works on paper to large-scale installations. His work was recently featured in solo exhibitions at the Wilson Hall Gallery at the University of Alabama Huntsville (2015) and 1708 Gallery in Richmond Virginia (2014). Recent notable venues include the International Print Center in New York City, Coop Gallery in Nashville TN, and Tank 4 in Queensland Australia. Forthcoming exhibitions include solo shows at the University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg VA (2016) and Artspace Gallery, Raleigh NC (2018). Excerpts from “Unfinished Sculptures” were exhibited as part of the Leicester Mini-Print International, and will travel to several venues in the United Kingdom during 2016-17.
Kozlowski fashions stories that consider how our individual and collective histories are shaped by the objects we collect, share, discard, and hold dear, utilizing printmaking’s capacity for creating high art, popular art, and mass produced consumer goods. The series “Unfinished Sculptures” is based on an intimate narrative of a young boy discovering that his recently deceased grandfather spent his life secretly making artworks in his shed.
1) Sculpture About Dreaming
2) Early Unknown Emperor
3) Still Life with Abstract Painting by Unknown Artist
4) Bust of a Young Man
5) Translated Plinth (Almost)