Andrew Kochie (Studio 3W6)

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No.492 'Rose' December 23, 2016
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No.571 Lullaby April 20, 2017
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No. 356 'Santa Fe' April 15, 2016
No. 341 'Massacare Cave Textile Fragment' 2015
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No.570 Redacted Love Letter 2017
No.133 Old Yeller
No.520 2016
No.358 'Rest' Dec 25, 2015
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The paintings of Andrew Kochie are a synthetic blend between abstract and trompe l'oeil illusion. Ranging between abstract minimalism to hard edge geometric abstraction, each piece reflects a balance of classical geometry creating fiery optical effects on handmade panels.

"I came from a trained background of making violins, violas, and cellos. On occasion I would have the privilege of handling some of the worlds finest instruments. One thing that always pleased me more than the sound, was the delicate fire of light and color which would move underneath the varnish. This 3 dimensional space of illusion became a passion and continues to drive my work today as I create artwork on flat surfaces that has the illusion of depth.

I feel my work is pushing abstract art into a new elegant form. As my body of work continues to expand I keep discovering subtle elements and techniques that continually push the boundaries visually. My work is now seen across the world in many private collections and corporate offices."

Using special pigments and varnish effects, many of the paintings show color changing attributes when viewed at different angles.

This award winning artist was a finalist for the 2016 Hunting Art Prize and has won the Award of Excellence at Conception Dallas on Oct 24, 2015 at South Fork Ranch. Many of his works have been seen around the world on the social media site imgur.com where several original works are on display in their corporate headquarters. His work also highlights the design of the new Duvel Art Glass featured in the December - January 2016 edition of Arts & Culture Texas Magazine.

"I believe in giving back to the community around me and establishing strong bonds with people who are making a difference."

Based in Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Andrew works full time in the historic 1888 Continental Gin Building alongside a long history of Dallas based artists.

"I love the building I work in, it's history, and the incredible community we have. The established excellence of artists has reflected in my own work and inspired others. I feel we foster a valuable vision for the arts in North Texas and Deep Ellum."

Rob Aikey (3W2)
Jay Bailey (3E3)
Connie Roschlau Ball (2W8)
Cindy Brewer (3C6)
Teresa Bristol (3C6)
Fannie Brito (2E1)
Julie Brown (2C5)
Francene Christianson (2W3)
Djay Chung (3E1B)
Monica Cowsert (3W8)
Andrea Foley (2W3)
Marianne Gargour (2W1)
Sarah Greenman (3W3)
Andrea Guay (2C6)
Stacie Hernandez (3E2)
Walter Hofheinz (2E2)
Richard Hogan (1W6)
David Hoyt (2C1)
Alison Jardine (1C2)
Jennifer Kaufman (2C2)
Jenny Keller (2C3B)
David Klucsarits (2W6)
Andrew Kochie (3W6)
Brittany Lyons (2E1)
Kathy Mackey (2W7)
Marcia Reilly (2C5A)
Ty Milner (3C5)
Donna Moran (3C6)
Marsha Moser (1C4)
Bob Nunn (1C4)
Carol Pankratz (2E1)
Kaila Parrish (2E2)
Jan Partin (2C3B)
Susan Paulson Clark (3C6)
Kim Petty (3C7)
Tanya Slate (3W4)
Robert Strauss (3C2)
MarySue Foster (2W1)
Michael Sutton (1W5)
Carroll Swenson-Roberts (2C2)
Edith Torres (2E1)
Elizabeth Wilson (2W5)
CONTINENTAL GIN BUILDING STUDIOS
3309 ELM STREET DALLAS, TEXAS 75226
(214) 579-9724