Andrew Bolam

Grace 16x16 Acrylic

Resilient 16x16 Acrylic

Resolved 48x48 Acrylic

Fearless 71x39 Acrylic

Unstoppable 42x54 Acrylic

Immovable 62x52 Acrylic

The Last Full Measure 45x45 Acrylic

Fortitude 36x48 Acrylic

Mesmerize 48x48 Acrylic

Dedication 48x54 Acrylic

Her Cautious Approach 40x40 Acrylic

Guardian 72x44 Acrylic

His Unwavering Belief 40x40 Acrylic

Ascendant II 16x16 Acrylic

Peace Maker 12x12 Acrylic

Immovable 12x12 Acrylic

Sage 16x16 Acrylic

Can Long Endure 46x46 Acrylic

Senex 30x30 Acrylic

Absolution Study 16x20 Acrylic

Propitiation Study 16x16 Acrylic

Expiation Study 16x16 Acrylic

The Sage King by Andrew Bolam 60x60 Acrylic

Cross Examination 72x44 Acrylic

The Poet 48x54 Acrylic

Anchorman 72x60 Acrylic

Face Of A Nation II 21x21Oil

Imagine The Infinite 44x48 Oil

Numinous 42x48 Oil

Sentinel 18x18 Oil

Resilience 20x24 Oil

Grazing 18x24 Oil

Old Friends 24x20 Oil

Homestead 18x18 Oil

Andrew Bolam

Andrew is an English-born painter who currently resides along the shores of Lake Tahoe, CA. He was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in Northern England in 1971. He was educated at the Newcastle College School of Art and Design in England, where he received a degree in graphic design.  His career as a professional artist began as an illustrator in Los Angeles in 1990, where he refined many of the techniques he now employs in his work. The lack of creativity and the constraints of graphic design eventually drove him from that career, however at which time he relocated to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1995 and returned to his first love of painting landscapes. It was there, amidst the awe-inspiring peaks and valleys of the Sierra, that Bolam unearthed a newfound passion for painting. Collectors began to take notice, and soon he was painting full time to supply demand for his work.

Although a studio painter his work is firmly rooted in experience. A passionate traveler and explorer, field work is the essence of his painterly oil. Whether neck deep in muddy water in a Utah slot canyon or road side in rural Montana, Bolam can be found, sketch book in hand, chasing his muse. Bolam confesses "I have so much affection for the American west that I can hardly keep up with my desire to paint what I see." His subject matter is diverse as his travels. He paints a broken down old barn in the California foothills, a soaring Rocky Mountain peak or the last touch of sunlight on the Colorado plateau.

Recently, Andrew embarked upon a new series of works inspired by his travels around the American west and studies of Native American art and artifacts. These arresting paintings blend art, culture and history into new works of art that display depth, texture and nuance.

"I blend my personal history and interests with a deep love for the American west and a profound respect for its culture and people onto canvas."

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