Andrew S. Conklin earned a BFA in electronic design from the American Academy of Art, and an MFA in fine arts from the Academy of Art University. His work as a visual artist focuses on narrative painting and printmaking. Andrew’s work has been exhibited throughout the USA, including the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, The Terra Museum of American Art, and the National Academy of Design. His portrait subjects include two United States District Court judges, W. Arthur Garrity, Jr. and A. David Mazzone.
Other notable subjects include Dr. Theodore Ziolkowski, Dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University, and the Honorable Bruce Sundlun, Governor of Rhode Island. Andrew has taught at the New York Academy of Art, Parsons School of Design, and Harrington College of Design. The artist has authored articles on painting and drawing in national publications, including American Artist and The Artist’s Magazine, as well as New American Paintings, No. 29 and 83. He enjoys biking throughout the city.
Education: 2013 MFA Fine Arts, Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA :: 2000 BFA Electronic Design, American Academy of Art in Chicago, IL
DMA221, GDI106, FDN110, VCM103, GDI104
Current Professional Titles: President, Studiotronie, Inc.
Past Professional Titles: Program Coordinator, Foundations, Harrington College of Design
Areas of Expertise: Visual Arts, including traditional painting, drawing and printmaking
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