Andrew Hewkin | Biography
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Andrew Hewkin has travelled the world for the last forty years to paint over fifty seven countries from The Americas,including
The Islands of Hawaii and Cuba ;South America including, Mexico, Guatamala, El Salvador, Honduras,Belize and The Amazon
;and most of the West Indies ,The Middle East from Egypt to The Lebanon, Syria ,Turkey all of Europe and The Greek Islands .
The Far East including India,Nepal ,Indonesia, Thailand,China ,Sri Lanka,The Maldives and Vietnam;The North, East,West and South Africa
including the islands of Lamu, Zanzibar and Maritius.

He has lived in the South of France, Jamaica and Mustique where he resided for three years. He is collected worldwide by mainly private collectors and collections and has previously been commissioned by Baring securities, Dunhill International,Cartier, British Airways,The BBC, Playboy magazine, Thomas Cook, designed the holographic logo for the end of the 1st gulf war concert to be beamed over Tokyo harbour 1991, Gibson Guitars, (to paint
a giant 10 foot Les Paul guitar for Brian May of Queen), and SG Gibson for The Automatic,for and on behalf of The Prince’s Trust. He has exhibited in London every year from 1974, more recently in Munich, Zagreb, Vienna, Marbella, South of France, Cape Town
and regularly in Barbados including a retrospective at Sandy Lane in 2003.

This year, Andrew has been working on new paintings for his Barbados, St Peter’s Bay Exhibition which opens in December 2013 and runs through to February 2014. It will be his first show there in ten years. Some selected canvas’s will accompany the exhibition to introduce his work to unfamiliar collectors. He will be present at the opening and for the duration of the exhibition.

Read what his collectors’ have to say