Andy Reeve’s art is unique in that it encompasses a variety of techniques and mediums. Painting, sculpture, conceptual art, and site specific work are all used by the artist.
A graduate of Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) in 2012 with a degree in Fine Art, Reeve received the Vernon Crowther prize for painting awarded by late noted artist Roger Ackling, and Sylvia Ackling. Although he specialised in painting, Reeve is mostly self-taught in all areas of his work. It is through the continuing process of creating that allows him to develop his ideas into what has been described as “eye and ear-catching” works of art.
Since graduating, Reeve has been selected for a number of shows including the Recent Graduates Exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair, London (2012), Fringe Arts Bath, Bath (2013), and Correspondence, which formed part of the Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (2014).
His work is held in a number of private collections including NUA’s Chancellor, celebrated actor John Hurt, as well as the permanent collection of Norwich University of the Arts.