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Andrea Kowch

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Andrea Kowch has been described as “a powerful voice emerging, demonstrating a highly sensitive consciousness that informs a culturally-laced symbolism.” Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1986, she attended the College for Creative Studies on scholarship, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in 2009. Her paintings and works on paper are rich in mood, allegory, and precision of medium, reflecting a wealth of influences from Northern Renaissance and American art to the rural landscapes and vernacular architecture of her native Michigan.

The recipient of many honors early on in her career, commencing in 2003, at age 17, with seven regional Gold Key awards and two national Gold Medal awards from the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, her acceptance into these juried national exhibitions earned her representation at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. in 2003 and at the Diane von Furstenberg Gallery in New York in 2004. By 2005, she was granted a National ARTS in the Visual Arts Award from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (now the National Young Arts Foundation), an honor that ranks recipients in the top 2% of American talent. The winning entries were exhibited at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, Miami. In 2008, Kowch received the Best of Show Purchase Award from the Northbrook Library’s annual juried international exhibition, and in the same year received an Illustration Faculty Award from the College for Creative Studies.

Kowch has since gone on to garner multiple Best of Show awards in various juried exhibitions of regional, national, and international caliber, and has exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries, including the Muskegon Museum of Art, where her solo retrospective Dream Fields debuted in 2013, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville, the Grand Rapids Art Museum, ArtPrize, Art Basel Miami, the Los Angeles Art Show, ArtHamptons, and SCOPE NYC, who, in 2012, named Kowch one of the top 100 emerging artists in the world. She has also been featured in and graced the front covers of several national and international publications, including AmericanArt Collector, The Artist’s Magazine, Artension (FRA), Direct Art, Spectrum, Revue, Womankind (AUS), Cent Magazine (UK), Hestitika (ITA), Hi-Fructose, and Southwest Art’s annual “30 Under 30” competition whose winners take center stage in their Artist Spotlight issue. Kowch’s work can be found in public and museum permanent collections, among them the Muskegon Museum of Art, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Northbrook Library, Northbrook, Illinois, and the Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, New York; and in significant private collections worldwide.

Kowch resides and works in Michigan where she paints full-time and enjoys giving back to the creative community by serving as an adjunct professor at the College for Creative Studies, and juror of various art exhibitions. She is represented exclusively by RJD Gallery in New York.

Andrea’s CV

EDUCATION

2009 (High Honors)

– BFA, Summa Cum Laude, Illustration, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
– Visual Arts Certification, Summa Cum Laude, Art Education, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015 – RJD Gallery, Across A Rural Skyline, Sag Harbor, NY
2013 – Muskegon Museum of Art, Andrea Kowch: Dream Fields, Muskegon, MI
2013 – RJD Gallery, Enchanted Expressions, Sag Harbor, NY
2012 – Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Metamorphosis of Mood, Sag Harbor, NY
2011 – Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
2010 – Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Andrea Kowch: American Magic Realism, Sag Harbor, NY

GROUP GALLERY AND GROUP MUSEUM EXHIBTIONS

2016

RJD Gallery , Women Painting Women
RJD Gallery , ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton, NY
RJD Gallery , The Princess and The Provocateur, Sag Harbor, NY
Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan Made, Grand Rapids, MI

2015

-RJD Gallery, Women Painting Women, Sag Harbor, NY
-RJD Gallery, Looking Forward Into the Past, Sag Harbor, NY

2014

-RJD Gallery, Women Painting Women, Sag Harbor, NY
-Musem of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville, Get Real: New American Painting, Jacksonville, FL (September 13-January 4, 2015)
-RJD Gallery, Transcendental Feminine Fantasy, Sag Harbor, NY
-RJD Gallery, Paws and Reflect, Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Benefit, Sag Harbor, NY
-LA Art Show, International Fine Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA

2013

-RJD Gallery, Women Painting Women, Sag Harbor, NY
-ArtHamptons 2013, International Fine Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
-RJD Gallery, Down the Rabbit Hole, Sag Harbor, NY
-RJD Gallery, Loyal Subjects, Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Benefit, Sag Harbor, NY
-Grand Rapids Art Museum, GRAM Selects ArtPrize 2012: Encore!,Grand Rapids,MI

2012

-Grand Rapids Art Museum & Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, Real/Surreal, Grand Rapids, MI 
-ArtHamptons 2012, International Fine Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Group Exhibition, Sag Harbor, NY

2011

-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Select Limited Edition Prints, Sag Harbor, NY
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Southampton Animal Shelter Benefit, Sag Harbor, NY
-ArtHamptons 2011, International Fine Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Group Exhibition, Sag Harbor, NY

2010

-101/exhibit, RJD/101 Group Show II – Art Basel Selections, Miami, FL
-Art Basel Miami 2010, International Fine Art Fair, Miami, FL
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, Big Art, Small Canvas, Sag Harbor, NY
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, RJD/101 Group Show, Sag Harbor, NY
-ArtHamptons 2010, International Fine Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
-Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, The Art of Consciousness, Sag Harbor, NY
-Art House (Traveling Exhibition), The Sketchbook Project, Brooklyn, NY; Los Angeles, CA; St. Louis, MO;
Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Boston, MA

2009

-Northville Art House, Continuance: The Persistence of Personal Vision, Northville, MI
-Russell Industrial Center, I Hate Lucy: The Trials and Tribulations of Love, Detroit, MI

2008

-College for Creative Studies, Senior Student Exhibition, Detroit, MI

JURIED EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)

2014

-Art Kudos international Juried Exhibition, Global (First Place, Best of Show)

2012

-Grand Rapids Art Museum, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI
-Muskegon Museum of Art, 84th Regional Exhibition, Muskegon, MI (People’s Choice Award)

2011

-Art Kudos International Juried Exhibition, Online (Best of Show)

2009

-The Mustache Gallery, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI
-College for Creative Studies, Student Exhibition, Detroit, MI
-Art Kudos International Juried Exhibition, Online

2008

-Northbrook Public Library, Caught In the Act, Northbrook, IL (Best of Show)

2007

-Northbrook Public Library, The Five Senses, Northbrook, IL
-College for Creative Studies, Student Exhibition, Detroit, MI
-Art Kudos International Juried Exhibition, Online

2006

-College for Creative Studies, Student Exhibition, Detroit, MI

2005

-The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, NFAA Award Winners in Visual Arts, Miami, FL
-College for Creative Studies, Student Exhibition, Detroit, MI

AWARDS/HONORS/SCHOLARSHIPS

2014

-First Place, Best of Show, Art Kudos international Juried Exhibition, Global (1 Chosen Worldwide)

2012

-People’s Choice Award, Muskegon Museum of Art, 84th Regional Exhibition
(1 Chosen Statewide)
-Finalist, SCOPE NYC “2011 Year in Review”, International Competition
(100 chosen worldwide)

2011

-First Place, Cover Feature, Direct Art Magazine, International Competition
(1 chosen worldwide)
-First Place, Best of Show, Art Kudos International Juried Exhibition
(1 chosen worldwide)

2008

-First Place Purchase Prize Winner, Northbrook Public Library International Juried Exhibition, “Caught in the Act” (1 out of 90 accepted artists worldwide)
-CMYK Magazine, Aspiring Creatives Competition (25 chosen nationwide)
-Illustration Faculty Award Recipient, College for Creative Studies (10 chosen department-wide)

2005

-National YoungArt Award Winner in Visual Arts, National YoungArts Foundation (previously known as National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA)) (20 chosen nationwide)

2004

-College for Creative Studies, Walter B. Ford II Scholarship (8 chosen)
-First alternate for Award of Excellence full-tuition scholarship

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI
Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI
Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, NY
Northbrook Public Library, Northbrook, IL

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Worldwide, spanning the United States, Canada, England, Ireland and Switzerland

BOOKS AND EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

2015 – Fenner, Cathy and Lauren Panepinto, Women of Wonder: Celebrating Women Creators of Fantastic Art, Underwood Books, May
2014 – Thompson, Ben, and P. Scott Brown, Get Real: New American Painting, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Jacksonville, September
2013- Connell, E. Jane, and Eric Ernst, Andrea Kowch: Dream Fields, Muskegon Museum of Art, August
2010 – Andrea Kowch: American Magic Realism, Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery, July

MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS

2016

-Max Gillies, “Feathers, Fur & Fins: Animal Art is Thriving”, Fine Art Connoisseur, October (Print)
-Liz McCray, Bl!sss Magazine, “Andrea Kowch”, Issue 109, September (Print + Web)
-Louise B. Hafesh, “Gothic Dreams, Day & Night”, The Artist’s Magazine, (Front Cover), July/August (Print)
-“Off the Easel: Andrea Kowch”, American Art Collector, Issue 129, July (Print)
-“ArtHamptons Holds Ninth Fair”, The Southampton Press, Arts & Living, 30 June (Print + Web)
-The East Hampton Press, On The Town, 29 June (Print + Web)
-“ArtHamptons”, The Independent, Arts & Entertainment, Vol. 23, No. 45, 29 June (Print)
-“Across a Rural Skyline: Andrea Kowch”, The Southampton Review, Vol. 10, Issue 1 (Front Cover), Winter/Spring
-“The Loneliness of the Human Soul”, Juxtapoz, Painting, 4 May (Web)
-Katy Cowan, “Powerful and Symbolic Paintings That Explore the Mysteries of the Natural World”, Creative Boom, 11 May (Web)
-“Artist Spotlight: Andrea Kowch”, Booooooom, 5 March (Web)
-“Collector Profile: Richard J. Demato”, Fine Art Connoisseur, Vol. 13, Issue 1, February (Print)

2015

-Keith Lesmeister, “We Could’ve Been Happy Here” (Short Story/Fiction), Slice Magazine, Issue 17, Fall 2015/Winter 2016 (Print)
-Patricia Zemanek, “Andrea Kowch: An Eclectix Artist Interview”, Eclectix, Interview 60, 28 October (Web)
-“Dreamscape”, Hamptons Magazine, Culture Spotlight, Vol. 37, Issue 12, September (Print)
-“Field of Dreams”, Beach: Modern Luxury, The Hamptons, Art News, Vol. 3, Issue 6, September (Print)
-Drew Moss, “Andrea Kowch Talks ‘Across a Rural Skyline’”, Long Island Pulse, 27 August (Web)
-Joshua Rose, “Special Preview: Across a Rural Skyline”, American Art Collector, Issue 118 (Front Cover), August (Print)
-John O’Hern, “A Sag Harbor Treasure: A Look Inside the New York Home of Richard Demato”, American Art Collector, Issue 117, July (Print)
-Jacopo Manfren, “A Rural Gothic: Andrea Kowch”, Visionarios, Issue 4, March (Digital)
-Lesley Frenz, “Storytelling: Andrea Kowch”, The Artsy Forager, 16 February (Web)

2014

-Jeffrey Carlson, “New American Painting Looks Real”, Fine Art Connoisseur, Fine Art Today e-Newsletter, 4 December (Web)
-Miroir Magazine, “Radiance” Issue, 4 December (Print + Web)
-“Get Real”, American Art Collector, Issue 110, December (Print)
-“The Figure in Art”, American Art Collector, Issue 110, December (Print)
-Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Vol. 21, Underwood Books, November (Print)
-Antonia Case, “The Grand Act of Life”, Womankind Magazine, Issue 2, November (Print)
-Lily Kuonen, “Get Real” Examines Contemporary Realist Painting at MOCA Jacksonville”, Burnaway Magazine, 16 October (Print + Web)
-Denise M. Reagan, “Students ‘Get Real’ experience at MOCA Jacksonville”, UNF Inside, 3 October (Web)
-Charlie Patton, “New MOCA exhibition highlights the work of young American realist painters”, The Florida Times-Union, 12 September (Print + Web)
-“MOCA-J’s ‘Get Real’ Exhibit Captures Contemporary Trend”, Metro Jacksonville, MetroJacksonville.com,
10 September (Web)
-Joanelle Mulrain, “Contemporary Realism, ‘Get Real: New American Painting’ at MOCA”, EU Jacksonville,
7 September (Print + Web)
-Tom McMeekin, “Andrea Kowch’s Paintings of Surreal Rural Scenes”, Monde Mosaic, 5 September (Web)
-American Art Collector, Issue 107, September (Print)
-Elizabeth Maskasky, “Andrea Kowch’s Haunting Paintings of Rural Life”, Hi-Fructose, The New Contemporary Art Magazine, 25 August (Web)
-Maureen Doallas, “Artist Watch: Andrea Kowch”, Escape Into Life, 19 June (Web)
-Pat Rogers, “Hamptons Exhibition Foreshadows MOCA Show of Contemporary Realism Painters”, Hamptons Art Hub, 13 April (Web)
-Lori Morris, “Hair Imitates Art: Mauro Basso Uses Oribe Products to Recreate Andrea Kowch Paintings”, Oribe Hair Care, Oribe.com, 7 April (Web)
-Lori Morris, “A Conversation with Andrea Kowch”, Oribe Hair Care, Oribe.com, 4 April (Web)
-Stacy Dermont, “Honoring Dan’s Papers Cover Artist Andrea Kowch”, Dan’s Papers, The Montauk Pioneer Special Issue (Front Cover), 20 March (Print + Web)
-Eric Rogers, “Andrea Kowch”, Beautiful Surface, 9 March (Web)
-Editors, “Animals in Art”, Artsy, 8 February (Web)
-Joshua Rose, “100th Issue: A Look Back at How We’ve Arrived at this Momentous Occasion”, American Art Collector, Special Issue, Issue 100, February (Print)

2013

-Tyler Coates, “Dreamlike Paintings of Women in Midwestern Landscapes”, Flavorwire, 29 October (Web)
-OneFive4Gallery, “The Narrative Magical Realism of Artist Andrea Kowch”, 10 Point Profile, 23 September (Web)
-Deanna Elaine Piowaty, “Magic Realism Painter Andrea Kowch: What the Wind Blew”, Combustus Magazine, 22 September (Web)
-Lindsay Patton-Carson, “Midwestpiration, Wyeth Meets Hitchcock: Q&A with Andrea Kowch, Artist”, Revue Magazine, The Arts Issue, Vol. 25, Issue 9 (Front Cover), September (Print + Web)
-American Art Collector, Issue 95 (Front Cover), September (Print)
-Direct Art, Vol. 20, SlowArt Productions, September (Print)
-Lisha Arino, “Muskegon Museum of Art exhibit to highlight work of young Michigan artist”, The Muskegon Chronicle and MLive, 14 August (Print +Web)
-Joshua Rose, “An Invitation”, American Art Collector, Issue 94, August (Print)
-Alex Goetzfried, “ArtHamptons: An Art Fair With ‘Legs’”, The Southampton Press, Arts & Living, 11 July (Print)
-Joshua Rose, “Hamptons Bohemia: July Art Fair Preview”, American Art Collector, Issue 93, July (Print)
-Marco De Crescenzo, “Il Simbolismo Bucolico”, Hestetika Magazine, Issue 9, March (Italy) (Print)

2012

-Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Vol. 19, Underwood Books, November (Print)
-Jillian Steinhauer, “Slimming Down the Shortlists: A Look at 10 ArtPrize Finalists”, Hyperallergic, 28 September (Web)
-Chris Clark, “ArtPrize 2012 Public Top 25 Short List”, The Grand Rapids Press and MLive, 24 September (Print + Web)
-Joseph Becherer, “GRAM’s ArtPrize Exhibition is ‘Transformational’”, MLive, 18 September (Print + Web)
-The Current, “Metamorphosis of Mood”, The Sag Harbor Express, 23 August (Print)
-Joshua Rose, “Metamorphosis of Mood”, American Art Collector, Issue 81, July (Print)
-Kevin Berlin, “Berlin on Art”, Social Life Magazine, Issue 2, June (Print)
-Pat Rogers, “Andrea Kowch Scores a Win at SCOPE Art Fair”, Hamptons Art Hub, 18 March (Web)
-Joshua Rose, “Andrea Kowch: Deeper Narratives”, American Art Collector, Artist Focus, Issue 75, January (Print)

2011

-Tom Slowinski, “Andrea Kowch: Ambiguous Narratives”, Direct Art, Vol. 18 (Front Cover), SlowArt Productions, September (Print)
-Bonnie Gangelhoff, “Emerging Artists: 21 Under 31 Winners”, Southwest Art, Vol. 41, No. 4 (“21 Under 31”, Annual Emerging Artist Spotlight Issue), August (Print)
-Steve Parks, “Art: Andrea Kowch Show in Sag Harbor”, Newsday, 27 July (Print)
-Hassan Kinley, “Exhibitions: RJD Gallery presents Paintings by Andrea Kowch”, Karin + Raoul Magazine, Art & Lifestyle for Entrepreneurs, July (Web)
-“ArtHamptons 2011”, Whitewall Magazine, Contemporary Art & Lifestyle, July (Web)
-The Current, “American Gothic”, The Sag Harbor Express, 14 July (Print)
-Joshua Rose, “The Wonder of What Was”, American Art Collector, Issue 69 (Front Cover), July (Print)
-Celeste Noel, “Inspired by Artist Andrea Kowch”, Punk Soul Poet: Art & Literary Magazine, 19 May (Web)
-Claus Brusen, “Real Unreal”, Cent Magazine, The Seeing Stories, Telling Pictures Issue, Guest Edited by Minnie Weisz, Issue 17, April (UK) (Print)
-“Andrea Kowch”, The Jealous Curator, 28 February (Web)
-Alia E. El-Bermani, “Andrea Kowch”, Women Painting Women, 25 January (Web)

2010

-Patrizia Miliani, “Twelfth Dream”, DDMagazine, Daydreaming Project, Issue 11, December (Italy) (Web)
-Joshua Rose, “Art Basel Selections”, American Art Collector, Issue 62, December (Print)
-Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Vol. 17, Underwood Books, November (Print)
-“Show sells out in Sag Harbor”, American Art Collector, Issue 61, November (Print)
-The Current, “Views of an Altered America”, The Sag Harbor Express, 15 July (Print)
-Frank DeFrank, “Sterling Heights Artist Readies for New York Exhibit”, The Macomb Daily News, 10 July (Print)
-Joshua Rose, “A Hamptons Collaboration”, American Art Collector, Issue 57, July (Print)
-Joshua Rose, “Dreamlike States”, American Art Collector, Issue 56, June (Print)
-“Sisters, Farms, and Supernatural Forces”, Artonfix, 2 May (Web)
-Elise D’Haene, “Richard Demato Presents Three Artists”,The East Hampton Star, 11 March (Print)
-Annette Hinkle, “Art as Allegory: Narratives in (and out of) the Frame”,The Sag Harbor Express, 10 March (Print)

2009

-Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Vol. 16, Underwood Books, November (Print)
-Bondo Wyszpolski, “Three Brains are Better Than One”, Easy Reader News, 4 June (Print)
-Robert del Valle, “Speaking of Stupid Cupid”, Real Detroit, Stage & Canvas, 11 February (Print)

2008

-Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Vol. 15, Underwood Books, November (Print)
-CMYK Magazine, Aspiring Creatives Issue, Juried by Mark Zibert, Issue 40, April (Print)
-Elijah Shifrin, “Andrea Kowch: Landscapes and Outdoor Scenes—A Descent into Memory”, Art & Critique, 12 April (Web)
-Elijah Shifrin, “Andrea Kowch: Book Covers—The Crucible; Sleepy Hollow”, Art & Critique, 8 April (Web)
-Elijah Shifrin, “Andrea Kowch: Magical Realism and Real Problems”, Art & Critique, 4 April (Web)
-Christy Strawser, “Murals Brighten Walls at Warren Mott”,The Macomb Daily News, 30 November (Print)

TELEVISION/MEDIA

2016

-Paul Briles, “Andrea Kowch: The Courtiers”, Culture Video, Andrea Kowch Studio, Romeo, MI. 30 June.

2015

-Walker Vreeland, Interview with the Artist, Episode 57, Radio/Podcast Interview, 102.5 WBAZ-FM, Bridgehampton, NY. 10 September.

2014

-Paul Briles and Kate Briles-Lees, Alumni Profile, Video Interview, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI, 12 February

2013

-Rachel Ruiz, “New Exhibits at Muskegon Museum of Art,” TV feature, Wood TV8, eightWest, Grand Rapids, MI, Sepember
-Genetica Multimedia, Andrea Kowch Tribute: Il Simbolismo Bucolico, Video and Photography Tribute, Mauro Basso, Bolzano, Italy, Sepember (also two episodes of Behind-the-Scenes: Making of 1/2 and Making of 2/2)
-Andrea Kowch, RJD Gallery Artist Spotlight 2013, Video Interview, RJD Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY, August

2012

-Alexander Paschka, GRAM ArtPrize Artist Profile, One Minute Movie: Andrea Kowch, Video Interview, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI, September

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/ARTIST LECTURES

September 2014-present
-Adjunct Professor, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI

2016
-Artist Presentation, Michigan National Portfolio Day, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. 30 October.
-Panel Speaker, First-Year Connexion Conference, Alumni Panel Discussion, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. 18 March.

2015
-Juror, Scholastic Art Awards (Oakland and Wayne Counties), College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. January.

2014
-Panel Speaker, Women Painting Women, Panel Discussion, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL, October 23
-Keynote Speaker: Southeastern Michigan Scholastic Art Awards, Regional Award Ceremony, Detroit Film Theater, Detroit, MI, February 12

2013
-Artist Presentation, Andrea Kowch: Dream Fields, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI, August 15
-Keynote Speaker, Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, Regional Award Ceremony, Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, Clinton Township, MI, January 28
-Invited Juror, Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original, Ann Arbor, MI, February 9
-Invited Juror, Scholastic Art Awards (Oakland and Wayne Counties), College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI, January 19
-Invited Juror, Scholastic Art Awards (Macomb, St Clair, Lapeer Counties), Macomb Community College, Clinton Township, MI, January 5

2012
-Artist Presentation, Wendell W. Anderson, Jr. Auditorium, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. March 29

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