Andrew Morrow is contemporary Canadian artist living in Chelsea, QC, Canada. Morrow's work is characterized by a restless desire to both inhabit and extend Western historical figurative painting. His current practice exists at the intersection of relationality and art, motivated by a desire for connection and community, and grounded in principles of stewardship and accountability. In his work fragmented and archetypal figures populate shifting, uncertain landscapes, approaching, but never quite attaining the sublime. Reflecting an ongoing commitment to materially-based figurative painting, Morrow's practice includes small and large-scale drawings, paintings, and sometimes, installations.


Current and upcoming:

Stacks and Queues (with Karina Kraenzle and Cindy Stelmackowich), City of Ottawa Public Art Program, Ottawa, Canada, September 23-November 21, 2021

Give to Get Art Experience, OAG Art Auction, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada, May 27-May 29, 2022

Stacked (with Karina Kraenzle and Cindy Stelmackowich), Le Centre d'exposition Art-image, Gatineau, Canada, November 3-December 18, 2022

Untitled, solo exhibition, Galerie UQO in collaboration with gallery Director Marie-Hélène Leblanc, Fall 2024