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Raymond Angulo

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  • Open 24 7 artwork by Andy Eccleshall - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Open 24 7 artwork by Andy Eccleshall
  • Open 24 7 artwork by Andy Eccleshall - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Andy Eccleshall, born in Stafford in England, has been a professional artist for 32 years.

He began his artistic career at the age of 16 specializing in architectural illustration and landscape painting. The local landscape would serve as the visual inspiration for Andy’s early years and journey in art: mist-covered pastures in the fall, dramatic scenery of the Penine Hills, pastoral rolling landscapes with features centuries old. The crisp light would generate a life long interest in contrast and color.

After several years as a fine artist and illustrator, Andy returned to education in 1992 at the Exeter Faculty of Arts and Design in southern England.

In 1994 he moved to the US as a muralist, starting his own company in 1996 in Connecticut. He continued as a fine artist during this time, experimenting with various artistic styles and learning to represent the different light of this new home. Traveling extensively during the first few years in the States, Andy was dazzled by the enormous contrasts in the landscapes across the country, the indescribable beauty of the changing atmosphere, and the seasons against the never ending and ever changing landscape.

Andy settled in Seattle in 2000 with his family, where he continued to develop as a fine artist producing atmospheric landscapes in a realist style, striving to capture how a scene feels as well as how it looks.

Andy Eccleshall

Open 24 7

  • 2001-present
  • 40 x 60 inches
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
  • Origin: USA
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Provenance: Gifted to the owner by a close friend. Authenticity recently confirmed by artist
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • Comments:

    US artist Andy Eccleshall has recently advised the owner he painted this work in the early 2000's. 

    At 40in h x 60 in wide it is a large work. Buyer to pay packing and shipping costs.

     Documentation that accompanied purchase of this painting advises it was inspired by a road trip the artist took across the US in 1998.

    The journey took him through Utah and a "town" called Hanksville.He was out of film in his camera and had to rely on the impression the place left in his memory to paint it.  The town was at the junction of two roads and there is not a lot there.

    The heat and the silence left quite an impression and it was as though everyone had just got up and left.

    As the artist pulled up he saw the sign on a derilict gas station read "Open 24/7"

  • Price: $6,000.00 USD
  • Seller: Raymond Angulo, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 5612
  • Artplode Seller ID: 13037

About Artist:

Andy Eccleshall, born in Stafford in England, has been a professional artist for 32 years.

He began his artistic career at the age of 16 specializing in architectural illustration and landscape painting. The local landscape would serve as the visual inspiration for Andy’s early years and journey in art: mist-covered pastures in the fall, dramatic scenery of the Penine Hills, pastoral rolling landscapes with features centuries old. The crisp light would generate a life long interest in contrast and color.

After several years as a fine artist and illustrator, Andy returned to education in 1992 at the Exeter Faculty of Arts and Design in southern England.

In 1994 he moved to the US as a muralist, starting his own company in 1996 in Connecticut. He continued as a fine artist during this time, experimenting with various artistic styles and learning to represent the different light of this new home. Traveling extensively during the first few years in the States, Andy was dazzled by the enormous contrasts in the landscapes across the country, the indescribable beauty of the changing atmosphere, and the seasons against the never ending and ever changing landscape.

Andy settled in Seattle in 2000 with his family, where he continued to develop as a fine artist producing atmospheric landscapes in a realist style, striving to capture how a scene feels as well as how it looks.







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