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Biography . About My Work . Some Past Exhibitions

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Biography

Andrew McNeile Jones graduated from Oxford University’s Ruskin School of Art, with a first in Fine Art, in the 1980’s. He then trained as a filmmaker, working in all areas of the film and television business. He produced and directed dramas, documentaries and commercials. He shot in many countries around the world, and won numerous awards for his productions.

In 2002 decided to leave the film business in order to be able to concentrate on his art.

He now lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and young family. He has exhibited regularly since 2003, and his work is in numerous private collections around the UK, and various points from California to St. Petersburg

In 2007, he won first prize in a Fine Art Trade Guild competition.
In 2008 he won second prize in the 'Artists and Illustrators' Artist of the Year competition, in the Still Life category, and in 2009 was a finalist with International Artist magazine.

In 2009, he was commissioned to produce some paintings and drawings for Harrods department store, which now feature on some of their products.

His work is to be seen regularly at the major art fairs in London and across Europe.


He is one of the featured artists with Go Figurative, based in North London.

He has also exhibited with The Art Gallery in Tetbury for some years.

And since 2011, he has exhibited with the French gallery, Anagama, based in the antiques quarter of Versailles.



He has been profiled in a number of publications, including Art Of England, Homes and Gardens, Art Business Today, as well as being interviewed on BBC Oxford.




Some Past Exhibitions

(2016: 12 month sabbatical, building a house)


2015:

Autumn solo show, Galerie Anagama, Versailles, Paris

Affordable Art Fair, Battersea



2014:

'The Cloths of Heaven' : solo show at Go Figurative, Hampstead, London

No Barking Biennial - group show at the Espacio gallery, Bethnal Green, London

Affordable Art Fair: Battersea, Hampstead



2013:

'Enlighten Me': solo show with Go Figurative, Old Street, London

Affordable Art Fairs: Battersea, Hampstead

Art for Youth

Discerning Eye, The Mall Galleries


2012:

Affordable Art Fairs: Battersea (March), Hampstead (October)

Galerie Anagama: two-person Summer show, and Winter group show

Art for Youth, London

Bloomsbury Art Fair

Manchester Art Fair


2011:

Affordable Art Fair, Milan

Affordable Art Fairs (UK): Battersea (March), Bristol (May), and Hampstead (October)

The Listed Property Show, Olympia

'Silent Light' solo show, Notting Hill Gate, London

Art for Youth, London


2010:

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels

Affordable Art Fairs (UK): Battersea (March) and Bristol (May)

Real Art Show, Chelsea

Real Art Show, Hampstead

Real Art Show, Broadgate

Art For Youth, Oxford and London

Edinburgh Art Fair


2009:

Solo show at Creative Art Gallery, Woodstock

Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

Art for Youth, Oxford

Art for Youth, the Mall Galleries, London

Cork Street Open Exhibition

Cambridge Art Fair

Utrecht Art Fair

Edinburgh Art Fair

'International Artist' magazine, open competition, finalist.


2008:

Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

Artspace 2008, Barn Galleries, Henley-on-Thames

Northern Art Show, Harrogate

'Artists and Illustrators' Artist of the Year, second prize (Still Life category) and winners show at Art in Action, Waterperry

Autumn Show, Broadway Modern Gallery

Art in Woodstock 2008



2007:

Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

Artspace 2007, Barn Galleries, Henley-on-Thames

Art in Woodstock, part of the 'Wake up to Woodstock' festival

First Prize, 'Art Business Today' competition


2006:

Artspace 2006, Barn Galleries, Henley-on-Thames

Henley Festival, Henley-on-Thames

Oxford Art Society Open Exhibition, Oxford


2005:

Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford: group show

‘Food for the Eye’ exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London

‘Passionately Pink’ Breast Cancer fund raising exhibition, Ware, Herts


2004:

Nature in Art, Gloucester: ‘The Art of Travel’

Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville: ‘Time & Space’

Salon des Arts, London: ‘Challenge the Nail’



2003:

Michael Naimski Gallery, Hammersmith: group show

Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville : ‘Five Counties’ competition exhibition (prizewinner)

Gallery 47, Bloomsbury: ‘Fusion’ Exhibition