Andy Reeve

Art is just a simple way of wasting time until one's death, whenever that might be.


Andy Reeve is a contemporary artist living in Norwich, UK.


A graduate of the Norwich University of the Arts (Fine Art - 2012), recent exhibitions include the Norwich 20 Group at Mandell's Gallery, Norwich (2014-15).


His work also featured in Correspondence held alongside the Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (2014) and the inaugral ArtCrasher Live! exhibition held at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco, California, USA (2014).


A panel of experts, including artist Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA), selected Reeve's work for The Other Art Fair, London (2013).


His degree show work was awarded the Vernon Crowther Prize for Painting by Sylvia, and Roger Ackling (1947 - 2014), and was selected for the Recent Graduates Exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London (2012). In addition to this one of the four pieces was purchased for the Norwich University of the Art's permanent collection and another by Chancellor of NUA, Sir John Hurt CBE.



To Love


Found object (framed painting), découper, oil




To Love was made for the What Is The Point? exhibition at Adam Street Private Members Club, London, UK. Each of the selected artists created a unique artwork made in response to the exhibition title.


Private Collection