Andrew Tift is a figurative artist specialising in portraiture. Having grown up in Walsall, where he still lives, Andrew has continued to find inspiration through the Gallery’s collections and exhibitions. Regular visitors will be familiar with many of his works including his extraordinary portraits of Kitty Garman.
For this major solo exhibition, Andrew will present a range of paintings, drawings, photographs and sketchbooks which combine his love of portraiture with more recent experimental works. Consistent throughout all of his work is a fascination with people, exquisite attention to detail, a connection with art and artists of the past and considerable technical skills.
This exhibition will celebrate the artist’s work to date and demonstrate the breadth of this recent practice.
A publication will accompany the exhibitions with an essay by Charlotte Mullins.
Thursday 24 May, 6-8pm
Join us for the opening of our new exhibition.