Andrea Kowch Video Tribute

Andrea Kowch Video Tribute

il-simbolismo-bucolico-teamIn a late summer day, on the lawns of Renon, we had fun while recreating the atmosphere of Andrea Kowch’s works.

That was a tribute to the talent of a young American artist that had inspired skillful hands and fancy mind of an outstanding hair-stylist. All this is about the bucolic symbolism.

The last days of August in Bolzano are often full of first signs of autumn’s arrival. Even an insignificant rainstorm can lower the temperature, forcing us to pull our blankets out of the closet.

Undoubtedly, those who still hoped to enjoy some dip in a pool, would remain frustrated. But if you have in mind realization of a photo shoot inspired by an artist who’s a lover of cold rarefied atmospheres, then the last days of August in Bolzano are ideal for you.

Indeed, some months ago, while surfing the web at one of my rare free moments, I came across Andrea Kowch’s works. This young painter and illustrator from Michigan is able to catch the American rural spirit to further adopt it within her images, distinguishable by their restrained dynamism.

Thus, while looking on these sentimental images, a splendid photo shoot idea came to my mind — to reproduce some of Andrea’s most impressive works by means of photography, paying special attention to the characters’ hairstyles in our interpretation.

For Monday, August 26, weather forecasts had announced rain in the morning and sunny intervals in the afternoon — just perfect to carry out our photoshoot. So, early in the morning, the whole team gathered at the salon to prepare the models. In the meanwhile, guys from Genetica Multimedia had reached the location to make arrangements on the set.

The location was fantastic: a historic farm in the area of Longostagno, on Renon — one of the mountains surrounding Bolzano. Here, among all those barns of the 50s, shabby carts and in a wonderful frescoed “Stube” — the magic was born. The works were going so well that, at some moment, we had an illusion of being in Michigan for real.

Curious to see the outcome? Take a look at the pictures and get pervaded by bucolic symbolism.


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In My Mind – Limited Edition Framed Print

36 x 48 in | 91.4 x 121.9 cm



30" x 40" / 76.2 x 101.6cm
Acrylic on Linen

Winter Solstice

30" x 40" / 76.2 x 101.6cm
Oil on Linen


56" x 37" / 142.2 x 94cm
Charcoal and Water on Deep Mounted Canvas


38" x 56" / 96.5 x 142.2cm
Charcoal and Water on Deep Mounted Canvas

Expectation – Limited Edition Unframed Print

10 x 10 in, 25.4 x 25.4 cm


Winter Storage

48" x 54" / 121.9 x 137.2cm
Oil on Canvas

Talking to a Hummingbird

20" x 16" / 50.8 x 40.6cm
Watercolor on Aqua board

When the Love Blooms

Watercolor on Aquaboard


9" x 12" / 22.9 x 30.5cm
Watercolor on Aquaboard

Revoada (Diptych)

12" x 48" / 30.5 x 121.9cm
Watercolor on Aquaboard

The Ecolosion of a Butterfly

12" x 24" / 30.5 x 61cm
Watercolor on Aquaboard

In Full Bloom

16" x 20" / 40.6 x 50.8cm
Watercolor on Aquaboard

Shades of Black

8" x 8" / 20.3 x 20.3cm
Watercolor on Aquaboard

Singer Sewing Machine

36.5" x 50" / 92.7 x 127cm
Charcoal on Stonehenge Paper

Yashica Movie Camera

24" x 34.5" / 61 x 87.6cm
Charcoal on Stonehenge Paper

Vintage Cash Register

42" x 36.5" / 106.7 x 92.7cm
Charcoal on Stonehenge Paper

Vintage Scuba Helmet

38" x 27" / 96.5 x 68.6cm
Charcoal on Stonehenge Paper

Rooney (Juvenile Great Horned Owl)

15" x 22" / 38.1 x 55.9cm
Charcoal and Water on Deep Mounted Canvas

Wonton (Eastern Screech Owl)

22" x 15.5" / 55.9 x 39.4cm
Charcoal and Water on Deep Mounted Canvas

Wynter (Snowy Owl)

22" x 22" / 55.9 x 55.9cm
Charcoal and Water Mounted on Deep Canvas

Vernal Bloom

30" x 30" / 76.2 x 76.2cm
Oil on Canvas

1917 Indian Motorcycle – Limited Edition Unframed Print

44 x 88 in | 111.8 x 223.5 cm


Without Measure

20 x 24 in | 50.8 x 61 cm


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