Andrew Radkowsky is an artist without time and borders. The grammar of his work is based upon his frenetic cultural and artistic background. Andrew’s vision goes beyond the classical and traditional, past and present. His work presents a vision of the future where the three fundamental levels of art: the human figure, nature, and architect adopt a new physiological form.
The four major ethnological mechanisms to Andrew’s work are the hierarchy of Ukrainian iconography as he has attended Ukrainian Orthodox churches in Yorkshire. Secondly, the profligacy of the pop culture in Northern Europe. The third is the classicism of the Italian Renaissance movement and the fourth is the complexity of sacred Indian art of the Hindu Pantheon, Buddhist thankas, Moghul miniatures and Master handicrafts of Kumaon.