Andrea Warnick

Andrea Warnick

Candian artist Andrea Warnick is located in Montreal, Quebec. Warnick studied New Media at Ryerson University School of Image Arts in Toronto and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She works in a variety of media including sculpture, photography and digital print. Fascinated with the industrial urban landscape, particularly found in Hamilton, Ontario, where she grew up. She spent many months photographing and documenting the industrial sectors of Hamilton and Montreal. These documented photographs of factories capture the beauty of industry stripped to its naked truth. This collection is part of an ongoing art project exploring the forms and functions of industrial facilities. From these photographs she has created large-scale prints. Bold in arbitrary colour they explore the vitality and expressive nature of often unnoticed industrial structures. Andrea has exhibited her work in Montreal and Hamilton. She has published pieces in the US and Canada, including the ArcelorMittal 100th Anniversary Book and the University of New Orleans periodical. She was one of three artists selected to exhibit her prints for the ArcelorMittal Community Strength Celebration in 2011. Her works can currently be viewed in downtown Hamilton as part of the Traffic Box Public Art Project.
Candian artist Andrea Warnick is located in Montreal, Quebec. Warnick studied New Media at Ryerson University School of Image Arts in Toronto and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She works in a variety of media including sculpture, photography and digital print. Fascinated with the industrial urban landscape, particularly found in Hamilton, Ontario, where she grew up. She spent many months photographing and documenting the industrial sectors of Hamilton and Montreal. These documented photographs of factories capture the beauty of industry stripped to its naked truth. This collection is part of an ongoing art project exploring the forms and functions of industrial facilities. From these photographs she has created large-scale prints. Bold in arbitrary colour they explore the vitality and expressive nature of often unnoticed industrial structures. Andrea has exhibited her work in Montreal and Hamilton. She has published pieces in the US and Canada, including the ArcelorMittal 100th Anniversary Book and the University of New Orleans periodical. She was one of three artists selected to exhibit her prints for the ArcelorMittal Community Strength Celebration in 2011. Her works can currently be viewed in downtown Hamilton as part of the Traffic Box Public Art Project.

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