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Andrew Denman

AFC Artists, Andrew Denman and Guy Combes Open First Joint Exhibition in UK

Old World - New World | Wildlife Art Exhibition by Guy Combes and Andrew Denman

Internationally recognized artists Andrew Denman and Guy Combes open their first joint exhibition, "Old World-New World; the Wildlife Art of Guy Combes & Andrew Denman" August 7 - 26, 2012 at the Nature in Art Museum in Gloucester, UK.  

A joint exhibition of original artwork by two of the most notable young painters in the field of wildlife art today. These two artists work in distinctly different but complimentary styles.

Andrew Denman Featured in The Artist's Magazine

Andrew Denman will be featured in the October 2009 issue of The Artist's Magazine. The article, titled "Feathers and Finesse" describes how "hyperrealism and spontaneous flourishes merge seamlessly in Andrew Denman's acrylic bird portraits." This seven page spread includes full color reproductions of recent work, such as "Primary" (see photo), insightful text by author Deborah Secor, a fully illustrated guide to Andrew's technique, and numerous quotes from the artist.

The Best of Trompe l'Oeil Today

Bainbridge Island becomes the Northwest's trompe l'oeil art capital this summer when Andrew Denman and seven other top trompe l'oeil fine art painters convene for the largest such exhibition ever staged in Washington. Gallery Fraga hosts 'The Best of Trompe l'Oeil Today' from July 6 through September 1, 2007. with artists Larry Charles, Lorena Kloosterboer, Becky Bening, Donald Clapper, Debra Torres, Michael Molnar, Andrew Denman and Robert Kirkpatrick.

Denman Wins Don Eckleberry Scholarship Award

The Society of Animal Artists has selected Andrew Denman, age twenty-eight, as the 2006 recipient of the Don Eckleberry Scholarship Award. The award was established to provide a young bird artsit with the opportunity to study at the Asa Wright Nature Center in Trinidad, a resource that Don hoped would give artsits valuable time in the field. SOAA Adminisrator Greta Gertler writes that Denman's "obvious interest in exotic birds and [his] talent persuaded the selection committee" to make him this year's scholarship recipient.

Denman Wins Best of Tromp l'Oeil

Andrew Denman's painting, "Mine Is..." was awarded the "Best of Tromp l'Oeil" Award by a team of judges representing the International Guild of Realism (IGOR) and Manitou Galleries in Santa Fe, NM. Denman's piece was selected from among artwork by 34 other talented members of IGOR at their annual group show at Manitou Galleries in Santa Fe this September and October.

Andrew Denman Wins Best of Show in Marine Art Exhibition

Andrew Denman's painting "Oceana III" won Best of Show this March at the Mendocino Art Center's Third Annual Marine Wildlife National Multi-Media Juried Ehibit in Mendocino, California. The show was jurried by fellow WNAG and SAA member Ken Newman, and Kristie Madsen. The show features dozens of paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs exploring the wonders of marine wildlife. It will be on display from March 3rd-April 1st 2006 at the Mendocino Art Center in Mendocino, CA.

Andrew Denman Honored at Susan Kathleen Black Workshop

Andrew Denman was honored with the first ever Susan Kathleen Black Foundation ( SKF ) Shooting Star Award this June at the fourth annual SKB Workshop in Dubois, Wyoming. The award was presented by fellow WNAG member and renowned artist Mort Solberg, to acknowledge the extraordinary progress Andrew has made in his artistic career these past few years. At this same event, Andrew received a First Place award for acrylic painting. Practicing artist judges selected Denman's winning entry from numerous works submitted by other talented workshop participants.

Denman Featured in American Artist Magazine

Andrew Denman and his artwork are focussed on in an eight page feature article in the October issue of American Artist Magazine, availble on news stands today. The article is titled "Building a Career by Exploring Subjects and Styles", subtitled "For emerging California artist Andrew Denman, painting a range of subjects in acrylic suits both his artistic and professional goals." The text, by New York writer Elizabeth Forst, is complimented by ten full color images of recent artwork by Andrew Denman.

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