Cambridge Corners

26 APRIL - 15 MAY 2013

Private View:
Friday 26 April 5-8pm

Introduction by the Mayor,
Cllr Sheila Stuart at 5:30pm

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10% of all sales at the Private View on 26 April 2013 will be donated to CAMTAD, the local charity that helps people overcome the challenges of hearing loss

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Our thanks to Cambridge Mayor Cllr Sheila Stuart and Consort Bruce Stuart for officially opening the exhibition and raising awareness of the role of Camtad

This series of 24 paintings of varying sizes captures the quiet streets of Cambridge, and in particular the Victorian residential streets of Petersfield.

Gallery images below include dimensions of each painting, followed by dimensions including frame (HW).

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Andy Newman Cambridge Corners web price list.pdf

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Andy Newman is the son of a US Foreign Service officer, who lived in France and Italy as a child, did his A-Levels at St Paul’s in London and then read history at Trinity College, Oxford. He returned to the United States to obtain a law degree at Georgetown in Washington, DC and then practiced law in Washington for the next fifteen years.

He began painting at the weekends in the late 1980s, eventually decided it was the career for him, and left his law practice at the end of 1994 to paint in earnest. Since then, he has had or participated in many exhibitions in the United States, Canada, the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Macau, and his work is held in various public and private collections. His first exhibition outside the United States was at Cadogan Contemporary in London in the spring of 1992.

Andy has worked in several genres – figures, interiors, abstracts, landscape, and in particular streetscapes with a strong architectural focus. Indeed, it is architecture which provides the foundation for this exhibition – “Cambridge Corners” – and Cambridge lends itself well to his compositional preoccupations. Andy first came to Cambridge over forty years ago, and has been back on many occasions since, to visit any number of friends.

“To have the opportunity to make Cambridge the exclusive subject of a discrete body of work has been a challenge, and a pleasure”