Digital Art by Andy Walker
Batsford Arboretum, Gloucestershire, UK
Andy Walker is based in the Cotswolds and specialises in landscapes, seascapes and botanical studies. He became a professional artist following his selection for an exhibition in the Saatchi Gallery and Chelsea College of Arts, London in 2017.
His artwork, inspired by his photography, comprises intricate ‘mosaics’ of hand-drawn triangles, each one being painstakingly shaped, arranged and meticulously coloured. Produced using a stylus, and a tablet as a ‘digital canvas’, enables him to select precise hues and tones to achieve a vibrancy of colour and maximise the depth of field in each piece.
His work is available as Limited Edition Giclée Prints, using archival quality paper.
More recetly, Andy has been invited to be a featured artist for Lichfield Society of Artists at their forthcoming 75th Anniversary celebrations and selected and invited to participate in the EuropArt Fair in Amsterdam and the Florence Biennale in 2021.
Located near Moreton-in-Marsh in the Cotswolds, England, this glorious arboretum has a collection of almost 3,000 trees.
Known for maintaining the UK's National Collection of Japanese Flowering Cherry Trees, it rewards the visitor with a wonderful Springtime display of blossom.
This artwork comprises 18,599 hand drawn Triangles.
An authentic Limited Edition giclée-print created from an original digital artwork. It has been produced using natural, UV-stable pigments applied to Hahnemühle 308gsm, acid-free archival quality ‘photo rag’ paper, certified non-fade for 100+ years under normal conditions.
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