As an early linocut from 1966 would attest, Andrew has been a printmaker since a very young age. His printing methods have evolved considerably through the years, but creating reproducible, serialised work has been a constant throughout his career as an artist.
The most extensive series is the 'New Drawings', which comprises the largest part of Andrew's body of work outside of photography. These hand draughted Archival Pigment prints are almost all straight-on portraits of single buildings drawn in strong outlines filled with bold colour.
In more recent times, Andrew has adopted the same technique used for 'New Drawings' to create new related but distinct series including his Landscapes, Rooflines and Ice Cream Vans.
Click on the images below to explore Andrew's prints.