Andrew Bolam

Companions | Oil | 38" x 45"

Artist's Biography

Andrew Bolam was born in Northern England in 1971. He studied Graphic Design at the Newcastle College of Art. In 1991, he relocated to southern California working as a freelance illustrator until 1996 when he moved to Lake Tahoe to pursue his interest in painting full time.

The West has emerged as a consistent theme in Bolam’s work, which has traveled an intuitive and broad path over the last 17 years.

Andrew Bolam views the American West through the lens of a young English boy fascinated with cowboys and Indians. As an adult, he has travelled extensively across the west, broadening his appreciation and encouraging his passion for that which makes western culture and themes so uniquely beautiful.

Bolam’s paintings are part homage, part deconstruction and part personal meditation. By presenting familiar traditional western subject matter in a straightforward modern way, Bolam encourages the viewer to consider western icons as important emblems of pop culture.

He strives to present the simplest possible expressions of complex ideas. His paintings are thoughts and inspirations that have been distilled in the artists mind, filtered through his imagination and finally expressed on canvas. With bold and sophisticated color palettes, Andrew creates paintings that are powerful and striking.

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