Andy Woll







Born in 1984 in Los Angeles, California. Lives in Los Angeles.


Andy Woll is an expressive painter whose work oscillates between abstraction and representation. The subject of many of his paintings over the past few years has been either Mount Wilson in Los Angeles, horses in full profile, and Diego Velázquez’s paintings of Infanta Margaret Theresa from the 17th century. He has compulsively painted these subjects in recent years, taking inspiration from artists who returned to similar subject matter throughout their careers such as Paul Cezanne’s with Mont Sainte-Victoire and eighteenth century painter, George Stubbs famed for his horse portraiture. By fixing the subject matter Woll experiences the freedom to explore other aspects of painting, such as color, mark-making, and differing levels of abstraction.

Andy Woll received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He has been exhibited at the Night Gallery, Smith Gallery, Gallery 3209, Vincent Harkiewicz Gallery, and Bonelli Contemporary all in Los Angeles; and Denny Dimin Gallery, and Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York City. In 2007 Woll was awarded the Saul and Sally Fifer Bernstein/Friends of Joe Mugnaini Award for works on paper. He has been reviewed or featured in publications including Cultured Magazine, Artnet News, Two Coats of Paint, and dayoutlast.

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Strange Animal
01.31.2020 - 03.07.2020
Western Wear
02.15.2018 - 03.25.2018
A Green Horse
Hong Kong
01.28.2023 - 03.11.2023
February 27, 2020 Artists, Press

Andy Woll in Two Coats of Paint

Taylor Anton White and Andy Woll’s solo exhibitions opened at two galleries next door to each other in Tribeca, White’s at Monica King Contemporary and Woll’s at Denny Dimin Gallery. Their bodies of work are outwardly different, but they are both visually as well as substantively compelling and have enough common ground to merit a comparative look.

February 27, 2018 Press

Western Wear in artnet news

This Artist Created 150 Abstract Paintings About LA’s Mount Wilson—See Them Here Andy Woll is best known for his depictions of gestural mountain ranges. By: Henri Neuendorf Posted on: February 22, 2018 Read on artnet news. Andy Woll “Western Wear” Denny Gallery, New York What the Gallery Says: Andy Woll is an expressive painter working between abstraction and representation. The subject of many of his paintings over the past few years has been Mount Wilson, a peak that is identifiable…Read More


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