Joseph Andolini

Joseph Andolini says:

A bit about me. I grew up round Teddington and Twickenham, my family were in the restaurant and ice cream business in Twickenham and Richmond areas in the 70’s and 80’s, I worked in my family business helping out for a couple of years after I left school then I decided to go into the construction industry for a couple of years but in the end it wasn’t for me so I went into doing bespoke design hardwood floors which is where my creativity came from in the 90’s right up 2020 and whilst I was working I also took a course in film photography at the Richmond Adult College in 2002 to 2003 in the evenings to learn about medium format cameras, processing and developing in the darkroom, I focused on fashion, portraits and street photography using my Nikon FM2 and 35, 85mm prime lenses, some of my work was published in photography monthly and professional photographer over the years but I’ve always been creative in my life so I finally decided to follow my passion and do art as a living using some of my old black & white photographs combined with my art, I started doing art in February 2022 but only set up my website in January 2023. All my art is hand bespoke form beginning to end and none of my work is done on computer or photoshop.

My work represents a combination of collage, graffiti and photography expressed in mixed media styles. The significance behind each piece presents a unique form of authenticity that speaks to all ages and backgrounds. My day to day working on my art focuses on popular culture, fashion, movies, music and travel while also focusing on the process of producing innovative fine art.

I work with lots of different types of media using heavy body acrylic’s to build up textures, sprays, inks, and Film Photography.
All my work is done on canvas and wood and sealed using Windsor & Newton professional varnish.
My goal is to bring unique pieces of fine art that everyone can connect with.

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