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Andrew Hasler has an instinctive feel for is medium and subject. He is able to faithfully convey the character of his subject whilst at the same time making no compromise on the sculptural form. The shapes and colours that he achieves and the perfect finish are a testament to his meticulous and thorough practice.
After leaving school Andrew served an apprenticeship restoring the coachwork on Rolls Royce motorcars, some of which belonged to the royal family.
He left the Rolls Royce garage to pursue his art career full time. It was when he started scuba diving that the wealth of marine wildlife and underwater scenes captured his imagination and he hasn’t looked back since. He began exhibiting his marine works in 1999 and his reputation has steadily increased.
In 2004 his work was accepted for the Daily Mail’s ‘Not the Turner Prize’ where he was amongst the finalists who were invited to exhibit at the Mall Gallery in London.

Annual Exhibition, Royal Society of British Artists, Mall Galleries, London, 2013
Gallery Different, London, 2013
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 2008
Society of Wildlife Artists, Mall Galleries, London, 2001
Wildlife Art Society, Bristol, 2000
Society of Wildlife Artists, Mall Galleries, London, 1996
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 1993

208 artists, 1376 artworks
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