An artist working out of Washington DC, Andrew Wodzianski graduated with a Masters from the Maryland Institute College of Art. His work has been published the Washington Post and shown at galleries such as Art Whino, Fraser Gallery and more. He works in a variety of mediums; inks, gouache, marker, acrylic and oils. His mixed media works have a more graphic feel to them, while his oil paintings tend to be more classical in style. It is his paintings that caught my eye from the start. You’ll first notice looking in his gallery that he has quite a few series of works. From his muted and washed out “House” series to the “Sequences” and “Coulrophobia” (fear of clowns) series. I really enjoyed the “Lucha Libre! / Persephone & Other Paintings” section as well as his Earlier work which is the most classical out of the bunch. The painting that stands out the most to me is “Paul” (shown), which was inspired by DH Lawrence’s “Rocking Horse Winner” and Caravaggio’s “Conversion on the way to Damascus”. It’s a great idea and painted beautifully.
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