A Window to Our Precious World
Andrew considers himself extremely fortunate to be able to thrive in the constantly changing art world. Never changing his realistic style or subject material over the years has shown how dedicated he is to his work and his love of landscape. Preservation of our world and the beauty that surrounds us is what this artist wants to convey with every brushstroke. To be able to evoke one’s memory of a hike, family camping trip, or special place visited is the vision that Andrew has with his work. He hopes each painting will be a window to our precious world and a reminder that we should never take it for granted. The opportunity he has been given to make a living and convey an important message at the same time is what drives him to the next canvas.
New! Cotton Wood Colours 18 x 42 (3 Panels)
About Andrew Kiss
Born in Hungary in 1946, Andrew and his family immigrated to Canada in 1957 after escaping the turmoil of the Hungarian uprising against the Russian invasion. After arriving on the East Coast of Canada, their journey eventually led them to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Although Andrew spent his early adulthood employed as a topographical draftsman, his love of art was always with him. He began working with oils and painting his surrounding landscape. A move to the interior of BC gave him more inspiration with the vast mountains, lakes, and wildlife. In the early 1980’s he started to paint wildlife and sell his works through small local shows and galleries. This self taught artist was starting to see his talent evolve through developing his own recognizable style.
Welcome to a journey of discovery through the magnificent mountains of Western North America.
A black bear browsing on berries, a moose in the morning mist, a wold walking through a winter wonderland.
Each of the twenty-six paintings is dedicated to a letter of the alphabet.
Andrew Kiss shows his art at Art Country Canada in Canmore, Alberta, Picture This Framing and Gallery in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Gallery 421 in Kelowna, BC, The Artym Gallery in Invermere, BC, Adele Cambell Gallery in Whistler, BC, Le Balcon D’art, Saint Lambert, QC and Sunti World Art Gallery in Whitefish, MT.