About Andi Warner

 

After nearly twenty years of dabbling in oil and acrylic, I started taking my art more seriously and setting goals for myself.  I studied watercolor and began to show and sell my work.  Since then I have taken classes in a variety of mediums, received awards for my work  and shown work in juried and non-juried shows.  I am a member of Collective Marks, the Attleboro Arts Museum, the Monotype Guild of New England (co-exhibition chair), the Rhode Island Watercolor Society (artist member) and the New Bedford Art Musem.  Below is a partial list of places my work has been shown.  

 

Attleboro Arts Museum 

Zullo Gallery 

Nave Gallery 

Rhode Island Watercolor Society 

Photofabrication Engineering, Inc. (commissioned)

Falmouth Art Center

Legacy Exhibition at the Gov. Ames Estate 

Brickbottom Gallery

Pawtucket Arts Collaborative

Gateway Gallery at Great Bay Community College

Spring Bull Gallery

Galleries at Kimball Jenkins Estates 

Hopkinton Center for the Arts

Saco Museum

Lynn Museum/LynnArts

New Bedford Art Museum

ArtSpace Maynard

Art League Rhode Island

After losing my husband, in February of 2016, due to

complications of Wolfram Syndrome, I decided

to donate all proceeds from sales of my art to the Snow Foundation, a foundation working to find a treatment and cure for Wolfram Syndrome.  To learn more, please visit http://www.thesnowfoundation.org