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Andrew Schultheis
updated: 09/24/2012
website: www.andrewschultheis.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
Artwork Title
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Quantrex
The Last Fantasy
Sfindex
Spectral Pond
Neuroin
The Beach
Polly
Endless Sleep
Sloopy Poopy
ESP Machine
Wuzzy
Original Nothing People
Udanax
Amputee
Dizzi
 
Portfolio Keywords:  dreams, memory, biomorphic, collage, figurative, psychological, optical, narrative, obsessive
 
 
Quantrex by Andrew Schultheis
Quantrex
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
17" x  14" 
The Last Fantasy by Andrew Schultheis
The Last Fantasy
Oil Pastel on Paper
2009
29.5 " x  41.5 " 
Sfindex by Andrew Schultheis
Sfindex
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
17" x  14" 
Spectral Pond by Andrew Schultheis
Spectral Pond
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
14 " x  17 " 
Neuroin by Andrew Schultheis
Neuroin
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
24" x  18" 
The Beach by Andrew Schultheis
The Beach
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
17" x  14" 
Polly by Andrew Schultheis
Polly
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
17" x  14" 
Endless Sleep by Andrew Schultheis
Endless Sleep
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
30" x  22.5" 
Sloopy Poopy by Andrew Schultheis
Sloopy Poopy
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
17" x  14" 
ESP Machine by Andrew Schultheis
ESP Machine
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
17" x  14" 
Wuzzy by Andrew Schultheis
Wuzzy
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
24" x  18" 
Original Nothing People by Andrew Schultheis
Original Nothing People
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
22.5" x  30" 
Udanax by Andrew Schultheis
Udanax
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
24" x  18" 
Amputee by Andrew Schultheis
Amputee
Oil Pastel on Paper
2011
22.5" x  30" 
Dizzi by Andrew Schultheis
Dizzi
Oil Pastel on Paper
2012
17" x  14" 

Artist Statement

How do memories reveal themselves? Images arise in the mind but pieces can be missing. The empty spaces fill up with other memories. Colors camouflage the content. Images blend into one another. The sought after memory remains fragmented and distorted.

Meanings take time to unfold. Scrambled scraps of information start to tell a story. The images are unstable, holes rip through them. Hidden meanings erupt. Shadowy images overlap. A single image forms of a memory developing and dissolving concurrently.

Artist Bio / CV
Andrew Schultheis was born in Taipei, Taiwan.  He grew up in Northern Virginia in the United States. After high school he moved to New York City to study Film and Television at NYU. After college he began focusing on making drawings. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY where he continues to do so.