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Andrew Houle "Bunghole Liquors" - Archival Print, Limited Edition of 25 - 12 x 12"


Bunghole Liquors Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 12 x 12 inches

Hand-signed and numbered by artist Andrew Houle in a limited edition of 25

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of authenticity


ANDREW HOULE

“This private commission completes a Salem, MA trilogy for an amazing collector. Loved the composition and use of architecture to create directional lines for the viewer along with the blend of colors that emerged in this one. Local residents will spot that pedestrian guardrail in front of Tache Real Estate that always looks like it’s had one too many. It somehow came together to all feel very ‘Salem’ to me if that makes sense.” - Andy

Andrew Houle has lived in Beverly, MA since graduating from Montserrat College of Art in the year 2000.  While studying primarily illustration, a love for oil painting co-existed throughout his formative years, leading to a split body of professional work with a career in comic books and also exhibiting in galleries. 

Houle shifted focus in early 2005 to what has been described as American Realism; capturing the surroundings north of Boston in an eclectic body of work highlighting blue-collar landmarks and iconic Cape Ann light. Recognizing influences from Hopper and Rockwell, Houle has worked towards creating a personal narrative through his paintings connecting the viewer to his or her community. His work can be found throughout the country in private collections and represented by galleries throughout New England.

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