Born 1979 in Germany, moved to Spain when he was 6 months old, and moved to Seattle, WA when he was 16. Has resided in Laguna Beach, CA since 1999
With over 15 years experience as a professional artist, Andrew Myers’s work pushes the boundaries of artistic expression. Andrew strives to create unique, intelligent and original concepts. His work is in major shows and collections around the world.
For interviews and further reading please follow these links:
· 2003-2017 Festival Of Arts, Laguna Beach, CA.
· 2003-2006 Debilzan gallery, Laguna Beach, CA.
· 2006-2010 Sculpture Site Gallery, San Francisco, Group shows
· 2018-2019 Mass MoCA “Come To Your Senses”
· Palette to Palate, Laguna beach Art Museum
· Scope Miami
· Scope New York
· Art Hamptons
· Houston Fine Art Fair
· LA Art Show
· James Gallery, Pittsburgh PA GS
· Austin Art Projects, Palm Springs GS
· CES Contemporary
· The Gabba Gallery
· Extreme Materials II, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY.
· SEEDS Fine Art Exhibit
· Joanne Artman Gallery
· Art Palm Springs 2017
· West Palm Beach Antique, Jewelry and Art Showcase 2018, 2019
· Art Basel, Miami 2017
· Context Art Miami, Miami 2017, 2018
· Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary, West Palm Beach 2018
· Art Wynwood, Miami 2018
· Art Boca Raton, Boca Raton, FL 2018
· Art New York, NY 2018
· Andrew is displaying “Cream & Sugar” at MASS MoCA from June 2018 through May 2019 as part of the “Come To Your Senses” exhibition
Coast Magazine, Orange Coast Magazine, Laguna Beach Magazine, HotBook Magazine, Lamono Magazine Spain, Juxtapoz Magazine, Readers Digest, American Lifestyle, McGrath Magazine, Sculptural Pursuit, Coastline, The Forest Magazine,
Turnbull & Asser (UK)
Tender Greens (USA)
Daniel Mckenna (USA)
City of Laguna Beach (USA)
Design District, Dallas, Texas (USA)
Tiffany & Co (New York City, Honolulu, Hawaii)
Marriott Hotels Headquarters (Washington DC)
Many other private collections throughout the world.
1st place- world art creative, creativity center of creative philanthropy
1st place- art international (nationally)
1st place- biennial art extraordinaire (anually)
1st place- art matters, bios don't (2016)
1st place- no one's ever asked me where I went to school.org
1st place- The art world sucks (2003-forever)
1st place- the disillusionment of creative people due to social construct.
3rd place- humbleness matters
1st place- being in last place
1st place- great Canadian artist (who are not Canadian)
1st place- realizing art school never taught me what first place looks like.
- the first one I had (2002)
- the one at that gallery (2003)
-art show #3
-all the others (2004-2015)
-my next ones (2016-200x)
-Guggenheim (either one works) 2053
-MOMA (all of them)
-everyone of my friends, families and patrons homes.
-the ones after tomorrow
-the ones after those that your grandkids will see.
-the normal people that bought my art
-the famous people that bought my art
-the established companies that bought my art