About the artist
A New Jersey native, Paul Lawrence Andino has been fascinated with the world of art & design since childhood. His expertise is diverse ranging from fabrics to carpets. For twenty years, he has been fortunate to explore and expand his gifts. His keen eye for color, textures, and attention to detail is evident in his work and is an essential part of his design identity. Using his passion for nature and deep honor for his Latin, Haitian & African roots,
Paul brings the world of textiles, carpet, and paintings all together in beautiful works of art. It is his hope that these works of art offer as much joy as he has received from creating them.
Paul currently resides in the Atlanta area.
2019 - Public & Outreach Chair - Georgia Watercolor Society
2018 Juror for the GICAA Visual Arts Regional High School Competition
2017 - 2018 Publicity Chair - Georgia Watercolor Society
2016 - 2017 Recording Secretary - Georgia Watercolor Society
2016 - 2017 MOCA Georgia
2015 - 2016 Georgia Watercolor Society
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS & COMMISSIONED COLLECTIONS:
2017 Feature Artist - Negative/Positive & Reaction Collections - Salzmann Gallery - Marietta, Georgia
2017 Reaction - Art Walk - Salzmann Gallery- Marietta, Georgia
2017 Commissioned Piece - CardioPulmonary Diagnostic LLC, Secaucus, New Jersey
2016 Taking Flight - Members Exhibition - The Rectory, Norcross, Georgia
2016 The Thinkers - MINT Atlanta Postcard Pin-Up Show - Atlanta, Georgia
2016 Reaction - URBANfront Exhibition - Atlanta Georgia
2016 49 Portraits Project - A Project honoring one of the 49 victims of the Miami shooting - Miami Florida
2016 Private Collection - CardioPulmonary Diagnostic LLC, Secaucus, New Jersey
2015 La Libertad/The Freedom - MINT Atlanta Postcard Pin-Up Show - Atlanta, Georgia
2015 Where Is My Refuge - Georgia Watercolor Society GWS 2015 Member Exhibition - Georgia
For pricing of one of a kind artwork & commission artwork please contact below.
High-quality giclée print of original artwork available for purchase. All art pieces can be reproduced in the museum quality (giclee print), canvas and can be printed on limited sizes. For further information please contact below.
Giclee print is used for fine art reproductions, giclée printing involves transferring millions of small drops of ink to archival-quality paper, helping to capture the fine detail of the original artwork – this all including beautiful shades, sensitive tones, and delicate brushstrokes.
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Thank you for your interest.