Andrew Tift

Andrew Tift, Madonna and Child, 2016,
acrylic on canvas, 153 x 122cm. Courtesy of the artist

The New Art Gallery Walsall is delighted to present a major solo exhibition by Walsall artist Andrew Tift. The exhibition brings together brand new works combined with selected works from the artist’s past practice and will comprise paintings, drawings, sketchbooks and for the first time, a series of photographs.


Focusing around the genre of portraiture, it is a consciously eclectic show bringing together works ranging from more formal commissioned portraits and personal projects with specifically chosen sitters to more experimental work, in which the artist has challenged himself, pushing the boundaries of portraiture and reflecting on enduring themes such as the cycle of life, the passing of time and the persistence of memory.


This exhibition celebrates the artist’s work to date and demonstrates the breadth and quality of this practice.



A fully illustrated publication will accompany the exhibiton with an essay by Charlotte Mullins. It is available for £20 from the Gallery Shop.


Limited edition print

A limited editiion print by the artist has been produced to accompany the exhibition and is also available in the Gallery Shop. Edition of 50 – Special Exhibition Price £150


In Conversation

Thursday 26 July, 6.30-8pm

Join the artist for a talk about his work.

Please book at the Gallery reception or call 01922 654400.


Adult workshop  –  SORRY FULLY BOOKED

Drawing Masterclass with Andrew Tift

Saturday 14 July, 10am-4pm


Join Andrew Tift for a one day workshop exploring his method, materials and practice, followed by an introduction to self portrait pencil drawing. All materials provided. No previous experience required. Lunch not included.

£35 / £30 concessions, students, unwaged, 60+ (per session).  Places are limited and must be booked and paid for in advance on 01922 654400.



Andrew Tift Immortalise Exhibition Guide















Andrew Tift Immortalise exhibition Extended Commentaries guide















Andrew Tift discusses his work and his new exhibition Immortalise