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Andy Cairns

“I work in the field of assemblage – bringing together different elements to create interesting juxtapositions and harmonies. I am particularly interested in developing the stories that objects want to tell when combined together – be they historical, biographical or imaginary.

“I am drawn to old, corroded, weathered materials and artefacts. I find that when materials and artefacts that have a history embedded in their surfaces come together there is a tremendous chatter and creative energy as they begin to weave new narratives that take their history and embellish it in imaginative ways.

“I try to capture this chatter in my work, configuring the individual elements into a composition that sets off creative narratives in the mind of the viewer.”

• Studied Art and Environmental Education at Lancaster University before working in community arts and then further education, teaching across the art and design range but particularly drawing, sculpture and photography.

• Completed MA in Fine Art at Norwich School of Art and Design in 2004.

• Moved to Devon in April 2014 and runs West Devon Art Workshops.

• Andy has exhibited widely across the country and is currently looking for a South West gallery to represent his work.

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Selling: Sea Fragment
Sea Fragment
Mixed media - Original

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