About Mark Andrews Photography

Mark Andrews is best known for his interpretive and well crafted photographs of the landscape in the southwestern United States.

As an original pioneer of the gicle’ process for photographs in 1989, he has been able to explore many combinations of inks, dyes and substrates to produce his final prints. Mark was invited to be the first artist to have works rendered on the Roland wide-format canvas printer debuted at ArtExpo in New York City in 1997.

During recent years, Mark has been a guest instructor at numerous workshops and educational settings. His prints are collected nationwide for private and corporate collections. Currently, he is involved in creating and presenting art edition prints and commercial and documentary videography.