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"Andrew Denman: A Different Animal" Solo Exhibition at Astoria Fine Art
Stacked Cardinals by Andrew Denman

Artist Andrew Denman will be having a major Solo Exhibition at Astoria Fine Art in Jackson Hole, WY, from July 21st- 31st, 2017. Andrew Denman: A Different Animal will showcase some twenty new paintings exploring animals in a symbolic and conceptual context, presenting the wildlife we think we know with a mix of reverence and whimsy that is contemporary, bold, and uniquely Denman. Subjects range from wild animals to familiar domestics, some presented as iconic and dizzying totems, others against backdrops of fanciful patterns, and still more with dramatic incorporations of precious metal leaf..


  • What: Andrew Denman: A Different Animal
  • Where: Astoria Fine Art
                   35 East Deloney Avenue
                   Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001
  • When: July 21-31, 2017
                   Artist's Talk and Facebook Live Event, July 21st. More details coming soon...
  • Contact: Greg Fulton, Managing Partner
                   Phone: (307) 733-4016
                   Fax: (307) 733-7973
                   E-mail: info@astoriafineart.com
                   Website: www.AstoriaFineArt.com
"Masterpieces in Miniature" Exhibition & Charity Fundraiser:
Costa's Hummingbird by Andrew Denman

In May of 2017, Andrew Denman will again participate in the prestigious invitational "Masterpieces in Minature" show at Picture This! framing & gallery in Alberta, Canada. Each year, a select group of artists contribute original art to this much anticipated show, where a portion of proceeds go to support the Arts in Medicine Program and Wellspring Edmonton's Art Therapy Program, which provide art supplies to children with cancer. Wildlife art masters Robert Bateman and Terry Isaac are among many well-known regular particpants in this event. Andrew is pleased to join with Picture This! and his fellow painters to support such a worthy cause.

Andrew Denman will be represented in the show by "Infinity," which features a colorful Costa's hummingbird perched on the Native American symbol for hummingbird. View the full image by clicking the thumbnail to the right or visiting the "Available at Special Events" page of this website.

  • What: Masterpieces in Miniature: Art Exhibiton
  • Where: Picture This! framing & gallery
                   959 Ordze Road
                   Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
  • When: May1-31, 2017
                   M-Fri: 10-6, Thurs: 10-9, Sat: 10-5
  • Contact: Picture This! framing & gallery
                   Phone: (800) 528-4278
                   E-Mail: info@picturethisgallery.com
                   Website: www.PictureThisGallery.com
New Representation, Huey's Fine Art:
Orioles by Andrew Denman

Andrew Denman is happy to announce a new partnership with Huey's Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Huey’s Fine Art story began in the Spring of 2003 when artist Keith A. Huey opened his first gallery in scenic Jackson Hole, WY. He relocated to beautiful downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2005 and now represents over 20 of Americas finest painters and sculptors. Offering the discriminating collector fine choices in western, Western Bronze, Wildlife and Landscapes from important artists such as Phil Beck, Brent Cotton, Clyde Aspevig, Scott Christensen, Michael Godfrey, Robert Moore, Ed Natiya, Rock Newcomb, John Seerey-Lester, Mark Eberhard, and Andrew Denman, among others. Artworks by Huey’s stable of top notch talent reside in the permanent collections of The White House, The National Gallery of Art, The Smithsonian, The National Academy of Design, The Eiteljorg Museum, The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, The Nation Museum of Wildlife Art, and more.

Andrew Denman is pleased to join the Huey’s Fine Art team and enter into the exciting Santa Fe art market alongside so many esteemed contemporaries. Huey’s Fine Art is among the most highly regarded galleries in Santa Fe’s sprawling and highly competitive art scene. Dedicated, knowledgeable, professional, and enthusiastic husband and wife owners Keith and Rose Huey look forward to assisting you with your collecting needs.


  • What: New Representation
  • Where: Huey's Fine Art
                   129 West Palace Avenue
                   Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501
  • When: Ongoing. Regular Gallery Hours apply.
                   To view available work click HERE
  • Contact: Huey's Fine Art
                   Phone: (505) 820-6063
                   E-mail: hueysfineart@yahoo.com
                   Website: HueysFineArt.com
Holiday Small Works Show, Huey's Fine Art:
Cottontail by Andrew Denman

Andrew Denman is pleased to participate in the annual Holiday Small Works Show at Huey’s Fine Art in historic downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Huey’s is among the most highly regarded galleries in Santa Fe’s sprawling and competitive art scene. Their stable of artists includes some of the biggest names in Western, Wildlife, and Landscape Art, offering a carefully curated selection of work for today's descriminating collector. Knowledgeable, professional, and personable husband and wife owners Keith and Rose Huey look forward to assisting you with your collecting needs this Holiday Season and year round.


  • What: Holiday Small Works Show
  • Where: Huey's Fine Art
                   129 West Palace Avenue
                   Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501
  • When: December 1- December 31, 2016. Regular Gallery Hours apply.
                   To view the online Exhibition Catalogue click HERE
  • Contact: Huey's Fine Art
                   Phone: (505) 820-6063
                   E-mail: hueysfineart@yahoo.com
                   Website: HueysFineArt.com
Western Visions 2016, National Museum of Wildlife Art:
Bewick's Wren by Andrew Denman

Every year wildlife artists and art collectors the world over descend on the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the Western Visions Wild 100 (formerly Miniatures & More). This gala event is the Museum's biggest fundraiser of the year and a terrific opportunity for collectors to snag small, affordable pieces by some of wildlife and western art's most sought after painters and sculptors. With only a select one hundred artists participating each year, this event represents even more the cream of the crop than in years past.

Andrew is pleased to participate in this prestigious exhibition for a tenth consecutive year. This year's offerings include "Patterns of Speech," a painting of a mockingbird, "The Wood Sprites" a small quadtych featuring bushtits, and "Winter Weave" a tiny graphite and nero pencil drawing incorporating white gold leaf. All pieces are available by bid, either in person or by proxy.

To see more work by Andrew Denman available through Western Visions and other limited time exhibitions, please visit the Special Events Page.
  • What: Western Visions Minatures & More Show & Sale
  • Where: National Museum of Wildlife Art
                   2820 Rungius Road
                   Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001
  • When: September 9- October 9, 2016
                   Silent Bid Auction closes September 16, 2016. After the 16th, any unsold work will remain available for fixed price purchase until October 9th.
                   Regular Museum Hours and Admission Apply.
  • Details: For Sales & Bidding Guidelines, click HERE
                   To register for events or proxy bidding, click HERE
                   To see Work by Andrew Denman click HERE
  • Contact: Amy Goicoechea, Western Visions Coordinator
                   Phone: (307) 732-5424
                   Fax: (307) 733-5787
                   E-mail: agoicoechea@wildlifeart.org
                   Website: www.WesternVisions.org/WesternVisions/
New Work for Fall Arts, Astoria Fine Art:
Elk in Winter by Andrew Denman As always, Fall is a busy time in Jackson Hole Wyoming. With the citywide Fall Arts Festival and the famous Western Visions Wild 100 at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the local galleries pull out all the stops to bring in the wildlife and western art collectors. Astoria Fine Art, currently celebrating its 10-year Anniversary, is certainly no exception. Brand new work by their stable of top notch artists will be on view. Andrew Denman is pleased to offer several new pieces hot off the easel, including "The Pioneers" (detail pictured at right) and "The Rangemasters," both large pieces certain to capture attention. Click HERE

to view available work by Andrew Denman at Astoria.

Astoria Fine Art, located on the Town Square in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is one of the West's premier fine art galleries. Currently featuring original works by artists, both contemporary and historical, from twenty states and five countries, their selection is unsurpassed in variety and quality. Managing Partner Greg Fulton and his knowledgable and enthusiastic staff are excited to serve your art collecting needs.

  • What: New Work at Astoria Fine Art
  • Where: Astoria Fine Art
                   35 East Deloney Avenue
                   Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001
  • When: September, 2016. Regular Gallery Hours Apply.
  • Contact: Greg Fulton, Managing Partner
                   Phone: (307) 733-4016
                   Fax: (307) 733-7973
                   E-mail: info@astoriafineart.com
                   Website: www.AstoriaFineArt.com
Your Modern Wild Artist Workshop, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum:
Denman at ASDM

Andrew Denman is back by popular demand after his first ASDM workshop, which was held last year in conjunction with his national touring exhibition, “The Modern Wild." If you missed out last fall or simply want a refresher course, join him for three days of hands-on instruction in painting wildlife with acrylics. Workshop participants will be guided through the process of creating a painting, from reference gathering, to creating a composition, underpainting, building up detail, glazing, and final highlighting. Denman will focus on the pre-work necessary to ensure a successful painting and effectively approaching challenging textures such as feathers and fur. Students may bring their own reference photos, but the instructor will have additional photos on hand at the workshop.

  • What: Andrew Denman 3-Day Workshop: Your Modern Wild
  • Where: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Art Institute
                   2021 N. Kinney Road
                   Tucson, AZ 85743
  • When: October 20- 22, 2016
                   9am- 3pm
  • Contact: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Art Institute
                   Phone: (520) 883-3024
                   E-Mail: arts@desertmuseum.org
                   Website: DesertMuseum.org
                   Review & Register for Classes Online Course Catalogue
Denman Featured Acrylic Painting Instructor, SKB Workshop, 2016:
Denman at SKB Workshop

Andrew Deman (pictured at right with fellow artist Cathy Ferrell) will be a guest instructor at this year's Susan Kathleen Black (SKB) Foundation Workshop in Dubois, WY, where he will be giving painting demonstrations and artist critiques. Denman's main role this year will be as an acrylic painting instructor. This year, in celebration of the Workshop's 15th Anniversary, there will be more top notch featured instructors than ever before, each offering their intensive lessons for just one full day of a very full week-long artistic experience. This year's workshop is already sold out, but please visit the foundation online and sign up for their newsletter to be among the first to be notified of next year's workshop and other events.

The SKB Foundation, created for the advancement of art education, was initially established in 2001 as a memorial fund by James E. Parkman in honor of his wife, Susan Kathleen Black, who died unexpectedly just before Christmas 2000 after a lengthy illness. Susan Kathleen was a devoted artist and student who took every opportunity to learn from master artists and skilled experts to develop her own talent. In early 2003 the memorial fund was granted 501 (c )(3) status and became the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc. Its mission is to continue to fund art education for a broad range of art programs throughout the nation, while giving artists of all ages the opportunity to develop their skills and achieve their goals as artists. In addition to numerous ongoing school programs, the Foundation hosts an annual workshop for professional and aspiring artists at the Headwaters Conference Center each fall in Dubois, WY.


  • What: Denman Guest Instructorship SKB Annual Workshop 2016
  • Where: Headwaters Conference Center
                   20 Stalnaker St
                   Dubois, Wyoming 82513
  • When: September 19-23, 2016
  • Contact: Pam Dean Cable
                   Phone: (719) 748-7778 For Workshop Registration
                   E-mail: PamCable@susankblackfoundation.org
                   Website: www.SKBWorkshop.com


Welcome to the online home for artwork by Andrew Denman, a California –based, internationally recognized, award-winning contemporary wildlife artist. Denman primarily paints wildlife and animal subjects in a unique, hallmark style combining hyper-realism with stylization and abstraction. His dynamic and original acrylic paintings can be found in museum collections on two continents and in numerous private collections in the USA and abroad. His clear voice, unique vision, and commitment to constant artistic experimentation have positioned him on the forefront of an artistic vanguard of the best contemporary wildlife and animal painters working today.
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