Andrew Schoultz

Andrew Schoultz | the artist

The artist Andrew Schoultz
Born 1975, Milwaukee, USA.
Lives and works in San Francisco, USA, .
Style and technique of the artist: Drawing, Installation art, Mural Art – Muralism, Painting,

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With his work covering walls on streets and alleyways around San Francisco, Andrew Schoultz has been painting murals for the past several years like it was going out of style. He painted so many in fact, that I was surprised to learn that some of my favorites were painted by him years ago. Andrew has also created art and painted murals all across the country and at times outside of the US…

Andrew Schoultz
Sourcing inspiration from 15th Century German map making and Indian miniature paintings, Andrew Schoultz's frenetic imagery depicts an ephemeral history bound to repeat itself. In his mixed-media works, notions of war, spirituality and sociopolitical imperialism are reoccurring themes, which shrewdly parallel an equally repetitive contemporary pursuit of accumulation and power. Intricate line work, painting, metal leaf and collage twist and undulate under Schoultz's meticulous hand, ranging from intimately sized wall works to staggering murals and installations. While his illustrated world seems one of chaos and frenzy, Schoultz also implies a sense of alluring fantasy and whimsy – a crossroads vaguely familiar to the modern world…

Andrew Schoultz
"Artists in Dialogue: Andrew Schoultz and Paul Klee", on view at the museum from August 13th through January 8th 2012. Curated by John Zarobell, this exhibition creates a visual dialogue across a century, drawings by contemporary Bay Area artist Andrew Schoultz respond to the inventive works of Swiss-born Modernist Paul Klee, which are featured on an ongoing basis in SFMOMA's Djerassi Gallery. Schoultz worked with Zarobell to choose 19 pieces from the MOMA¬ís 200-something large Klee collection, then produced ten of his own drawings in response…

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