Andrew Yates

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Artists

"The Blue Room" (detail)

Fred Birchman

"Water Film", 2014, reworked 2016, oil on panel, 30 x 24"

Brian Blackham

"Red Stripe Room", 2016, Archival Inkjet Print, ed. of 3, 20 x 20"

David Brody

"45861", 1985, silver gelatin print, 8 x 10" paper size

Marsha Burns

"Paris Mountain", 2016, oil on canvas

Kimberly Clark

"Grey Clouds Over Ghost Buildings", 2011, graphite, watercolor and gouache on paper, 5 x 6.75"

Sally Cleveland

"Concrete Form #5", 2011, graphite on paper, 23 x 29" paper size

Steve Costie

"Dentil", 2013, ink on paper, 17 x 23"

John Fadeff

"Odds", 2016, archival ink jet, 20 x 15"

Ellen Garvens

"Undisturbed", 2017, walnut ink on paper, 7.25 x 5.25"

Kathy Gore Fuss

“Artifact”, 2017, oil on canvas, 52” x 67”

Philip Govedare

“All the Livings Things: Doll’s Eye, 6.5.16″, 2016, oil on Shikishi Kochi handmade paper, 9.5″ x 9.5”

Jim Holl

"K.M. (backyard)", 2011, acrylic on canvas, 16.25 x 11"

Michael Howard

"Pink Wig", 2015, oil on canvas board, 11 x 14"

Amy Huddleston

False Mirror, 2016, archival inkjet print, 9.5 x 14.25 ”, ed. ¼

Caroline Kapp

"Fjallabek", 2002, archival pigment print on rag paper, 16.5 x 22” on 19" x 24” paper

Dianne Kornberg

"Aracuna", 2015, archival pigment print, 8 x 10"

Carolyn Krieg

Mikleyn

Phillip Levine

"Memory of Watermelons", 2017, oil & fabric on canvas, 54 x 43"

Kathy Liao

"Shadow's Gate", 2014, oil & wax on Yupo paper,  8 x 7" im.

Dale Lindman

"Grand Foyer, Paris Opera", 2005, pencil, ink, watercolor on paper, 30 x 44"

Elizabeth Ockwell

"Number 4", 1996, acrylic on paper, 30 x 22"

Robert Perlman

"Waiting", 2016, oil on paper, 12 x 9"

Anne Petty

"Budget Auto Wrecking", 2002, archival inkjet print, 24 x 32"

Glenn Rudolph

"Bird House with Figure", 2016, acrylic on paper, 22 x 18"

Robert Schlegel

"Water Tower", oil on canvas board, 11 x 14" image, 11.75 x 14.75" framed

Bill Sharp

"Branching", 2016, inkjet print 6 x 9"

Graham Shutt

"Untitled", 1996, charcoal on paper, 25x19", photo credit: Mark Frey

Linda Thomas

Kathy Vargas, "Masks Children Wear, Piggy", 2014, hand-colored gelatin silver print, 20x24" image, 24 x 30" framed

Kathy Vargas

"Interior with Woman and Red Carpet"

Jordan Wolfson

 Tree #13, 2013, oil on canvas, 20 x 20"

Evelyn Woods

We also have works by:

"Arm's Reach"

Romey Stuckart

Atlas Cement near Olana (December 18,1997)

Susan Wides

Hut with Red Roof

Andrew Yates

Snowy Lake, Conneticut

"Snowy Lake, Conneticut, Winter 2003", 2003, archival digital print

Light on Floor

"Light on Floor", 2001, archival digital print

Green Pool at Darwell Woods, 2008

Green Pool at Darwell Woods, 2008

"Fisherman's Hut", 2010, archival digital print

"Fisherman's Hut", 2010, archival digital print

Suburb, Fairbanks, Alaska

"Suburb, Fairbanks, Alaska", 2005, archival digital print

Flooded Trees at Darwel

"Flooded Trees at Darwell", 2008, archival digital print

Andrew Yates bio

Andrew Yates

Andrew Yates (English, 1945-2011)

Natural phenomena and his immediate surroundings – coastal, rural, suburban, and city landscapes – supplied his direct subject matter and indirect inspiration. His studio interests centered on the interplay between four elements - the generative process, the literal constituent stuff of the work (material, mark, scale, shape, colour), its spatial, allusive or iconographic references, and the latent metaphoric or symbolic significance of the image.

Yates viewed his paints, cameras and computers as complementary means of art production; each medium was valued in its own right, and for its capacity to prompt rethinking in other media. Andrew Yates studied Fine Art at Hornsey College of Art in London UK, graduating in 1968. He continued to live in London for over three decades. He taught at several prominent UK Art Colleges; a career which culminated as Dean of the School of Art in Chelsea College of Art & Design (London).

In 2002 he gave up full-time academic commitments, and moved home and studio to the East Sussex coast (UK). He exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions, and his work is represented in public and private collections.