John Andro was born in Arleta, California in 1959. He was born into an artistic family and has been a focused artist throughout his lifetime.
Expression comes from living a full life. Expression comes in multiple forms for this artist and is the residue of his full life; this is evidenced by his thirty foot stainless steel sculptures to large oil paintings to small hand drawings or sculptures from found objects. Expression moves first and picks the medium.
John Andro was trained first as a young graphist artist by Hal Reed, Walt Disney's protege. He than lived in a trailer in a small artist community in the hills of Tujunga where he lived a devoted and reclusive life. There he moved his gift of expression forward showing in galleries and winning multiple art competitions. He has been awarded multiple commisions including "Alegria", a sculpture adjacent to the federal building in Los Angeles, and "The Dance" located at the San Fernando train station in Los Angeles. He has been commissioned by many private collectors. He has worked covertly for the past decade while raising his daughter. He is now returning to his public artistic life. ,…Read More