May 22, 1978|
|Education||School of Visual Arts in New York City|
|Movement||Pop Surreal, Cartoon-Tainted Abstract Surrealism|
Andrews has said, when asked about possible work as an illustrator;
|“||...I’ve never actively pursued it. I submitted for American Illustration last year, but didn’t get in. I was aiming for book covers.||”|
On the subject of the diversity of his work, Andrews states that he is constantly looking for new subject matter as he does not want to become known for one subject. Andrews also stated when asked about 'good vs evil' in his work that he thinks more along the lines of dominant versus subordinate; that he is attempting to catch a moment of mystery or deviousness in his work.
|“||...I'm afraid of becoming labelled. I'm young and I'm early in my career, but things have been picking up, and I've become obsessed with this issue. Like, I don't want to be known as one of those people that paints wide-eyed girls. I've been trying to diversify my subject matter and not necessarily always include funny elements like I usually do.||”|