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Andrew Morrow is a Canadian painter, based in Chelsea, Quebec. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Queen’s University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Ottawa, where he was awarded the Michel Goulet Prize for outstanding MFA Thesis Presentation. Morrow is vice-president of the board of directors of the Chelsea Arts, Culture, and Heritage Centre. In addition to his studies and practice as an artist, he is active as a teacher, mentor and speaker.

Morrow has exhibited widely throughout Canada, is featured in many private and public collections, and is represented by the Patrick Mikhail Gallery in Ottawa, the Edward Day Gallery in Toronto, and the Zadok Gallery in Miami.

Morrow’s work is frequently reviewed, and was recently featured on the television series Art Seen, hosted by former National Portrait Gallery director Lilly Koltun, as well as in Carte Blanche Vol. 2: Painting, a survey of recent Canadian painting. Morrow is the recipient of many grants, scholarships, and awards, including the 2011 RBC Emerging Artist Award, and the 2010 Brucebo European Travel Grant.


Represented by Angell Gallery in Toronto.


"Oh, Happy Meat", Massage Oil and Oil Paint on Canvas, 96” x 176”, 2008
Humber College lakeshore arts Trillium Foundation Toronto Arts Council Toronto Arts Council Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts museumpros Canadian Art