andrew barlow fine art

About Andrew Barlow

 

 Born 1970, Harare, Zimbabwe.

Studied Fine Art at University of Stellenbosch, graduating in 1992 with a degree in Fine Arts (Painting).

 

Since 1992 to current have specialised in people and animal portraiture and illustration.

 

1994

Pencil, pen and wash illustrations for ‘Waders of Southern Africa’, Phil Hockey and Clare Douie, 1995, Struik Winchester. 

1999-2000

Illustration of 5 plates for ‘The Roberts Birds of Southern Africa, 7th Edition’, Hockey, Dean and Ryan, John Voelcker Bird Book Fund. 

1994-2011

Commissioned portraiture of Champion Racehorses and stallions. Notable commissions include Jet Master, Captain Al, Pocket Power, Jay Peg, Bunter Barlow , National Emblem and Trippi.

2000-2011

Auction of racing art and Stallion portraits at ‘J&B Met Cocktails and Racing’, Kenilworth, Cape Town 

2003-2008

Commissioned portraiture of polo ponies, pony strings and polo teams in South Africa and England. Clients include Clifford Elphic, Lila Pearson, George and Clare Mountbatten, Marques and Marchioness of Milford haven, Victor Vargas and Tony Pidgley. 

2008-2010

Commissioned portraits of racing silks, Clients include Mary Slack and Gaynor Rupert. 

Exhibitions.

2001

‘Equus’, Group Exhibition, Dorp Street Galley, Stellenbosch 

2004

‘Working Dogs, Sporting Dogs and Other Faithful Companions’, Group Exhibition, Frost and Reed, New York. 

2005

Solo Exhibition of Portrait Paintings and Drawings, Kurland Pavilion, Plettenburg Bay. 

Teaching

2004

1st Year Drawing, Stellenbosch Academy of Photography and Design, Stellenbosch.

 

 

 
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