Hoogenboom, Andy

A professional musician from the age of fourteen, Andy played with several bands including Blues Incorporated during the late 1950s and early 1960s, a time when he met and played with the musicians who were soon to form The Rolling Stones. When the Stones were recording their Bridges From Babylon album, he made a series of artworks based on sketches of his old friends making music. Since moving to the USA in 1996 Andy became fascinated by printmaking. Music and nature feature in much of his print work, and he has had the rare opportunity to make drawings at rehearsals of both the American Symphony Orchestra and the New York Housing Authority Orchestra. Jazz was a great love and several jazz musicians feature in his work. Andy Hoogenboom was the Vice President of the New York Society of Etchers. His work is in museums and private collections in the USA and abroad, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Kathy editioned for Andy from 2005 to 2007. 

UP ON THE ROOF, 2005

UP ON THE ROOF, 2005

Soft ground etching I: 8” x 6” P: 15.5” x 10.5”

Bassist, 2007

Bassist, 2007

Aquatint I: 23.5" x 17.5" P: 29.25" x 22.25"

Violinists, 2007

Violinists, 2007

Etching with drypoint I: 9" x 11.5" P: 15" x 17.75"

No Title, 2007

No Title, 2007

Aquatint I: 19: x 15.5" P: 26.75" x 22.25"

Snow Leopard from "A Day at the Zoo", 2007

Snow Leopard from "A Day at the Zoo", 2007

Soft ground etching I: 15.5" x 21.5" P: 22.75" x 29.5"

No Title, 2005

No Title, 2005

Aquatint I: 16.75" x 12" P: 22.5" x 16.75"