Andrew Myers is a visual artist who received his undergraduate art degree from Eastern Oregon University in 1995 and an MFA from Portland State University in 2003. He currently teaches drawing at Oregon State University.
Myers’ work has been showcased in Art in America, the Portland Modern, Portlandart.net, Creative Quarterly and the Eugene Weekly. He has participated in exhibitions at the Art Center (Corvallis, OR) Eastern Oregon University (La Grande, OR), Froelick Gallery (Portland, OR), Bush Barn Gallery (Salem, OR), Sisko Gallery (Seattle, WA), Duplex Gallery (Portland, OR), Oregon State University (Corvallis, OR), and Willamette University (Salem, OR) and recently completed a drawing installation as part of the Corvallis Art Center’s Art in Rural Storefronts project. In April 2013 Myers was part of a curated Caldera residency called East Meets West, which was empowered by the Golden Spot Award from The Ford Family Foundation.
He is also part of the viewing program at the Drawing Center in New York and exhibits his printmaking work with Sisko Gallery in Seattle, WA.