Andrew John Cecil

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Andrew John Cecil grew up in the American West and spent many of his formative years living and working in Montana. He studied sculpture at Texas Christian University, receiving a BFA, and advanced studies at Cranbrook Academy of Art, receiving an MFA. Cecil has exhibited nationally and internationally for the last 25 years. His work has been described as “haunting memories, flashbacks of years of travel down road, river and ravine.”

2009, Cecil was invited to participate in the “Urban Forest Project” Albuquerque, an outdoor exhibition of banners designed by regional artists to celebrate the initiative to plant 75,000 trees in the City of Albuquerque.

2007, Cecil was one of six artists from the western United States invited to exhibit in “Currently West” at the Koumi Machi Kougen Museum of Art, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.

2005, Cecil was one of sixty sculptors accepted to exhibit at the Toyamura International Sculpture Biennale, Abutagun, Hokkaido Japan.

2004, Cecil was named to the North American Sculpture Society as an Artist Member.

2001, Cecil received the Magnifico Honors Award, in recognition of his artistic achievement and for his contributions to the Albuquerque Arts Community.