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Andy Wright


Andy skilfully produces work in a variety of mediums and styles that complement his choice of subjects that range from his serious, formal and much admired marine paintings to his more amusing and humorous but incredible intricate machines, many of which are transposed into pottery pieces.


One thing you can say about Andy’s serious paintings is that you certainly do not require an expert to stand by you to explain what on earth the picture is meant to be. However, you would be advised to set aside some time in order to take in all the subtle details that lurk within his unbelievable, yet somehow, possible mechanical devices and flying machines.


 Whilst serving in the Royal Air Force Andy's artistic talents were in much demand, consequently many paintings are held by service personnel. His painting commemorating the closure of RAF Manston was produced as a limited print. He has exhibited in galleries from Troon to Essex and also with Lloyds Private Banking but now his work is displayed at the Woodbridge Art Club.


Andy has become an established artist (almost famous!) but as a potter he is also a member of the Anglian Potters association.

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