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Andrew Hare
Seattle, WA

About the Artist

Andrew Hare is a realist painter specializing in Architectural subjects. With a detailed focus on urban surroundings, Andrew Hare's paintings seek to capture the play of light, shadow and reflections on buildings, doorways, windows and unexpected objects. His vision combines real and imagined elements to create images of unforseen beauty in ordinary environments. Known for his large oil and acrylic on canvas paintings, Hare's work can be found in private collections across the U.S. and Europe.

In 1999, after 25 long years in the textile and apparel design business in Los Angeles and Seat…

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About the Artist

Andrew Hare is a realist painter specializing in Architectural subjects. With a detailed focus on urban surroundings, Andrew Hare’s paintings seek to capture the play of light, shadow and reflections on buildings, doorways, windows and unexpected objects. His vision combines real and imagined elements to create images of unforseen beauty in ordinary environments. Known for his large oil and acrylic on canvas paintings, Hare’s work can be found in private collections across the U.S. and Europe.

In 1999, after 25 long years in the textile and apparel design business in Los Angeles and Seattle, Andrew left the 9-to-5 world behind and started painting for a living. In his spare time he composes music and enjoys the alternate reality of performing as a studio and live musician with several Northwest bands.

Artist’s Work

Echo
Andrew hare

Echo

By Andrew Hare

Dance 2
Andrew hare

Dance

By Andrew Hare

Ephemera
Andrew hare

Ephemera

By Andrew Hare

Cle elum bakery
Andrew hare

Cle Elum Bakery

By Andrew Hare

Fire station 2
Andrew hare

Fire Station #2

By Andrew Hare

Love building
Andrew hare

Love Building

By Andrew Hare

Ex libris
Andrew hare

Ex Libris

By Andrew Hare

Selected Exhibitions

  • Solo show "Questioning Silence" ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    Seattle, WA, 2008