Andrew Valko, Available Artwork

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I Do Love You More
Andrew Valko
Acrylic (25x25 in) 2017
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Fading Reflections
Andrew Valko
Acrylic (16x12 in) 2017
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Candle in the Wind 3
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen Print (42.5x15.5 in) 2017
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The End 41/46
Andrew Valko
silkscreen (40x25 in) 2009
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NY 22/40
Andrew Valko
Linocut (33x37 in) 2016
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Vancouver Lights 7/20
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen (15.75x23.5 in) 2016
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Empire Red, White, & Blue 4/23
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen (20x30 in) 2016
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Empire 4/23
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen (20x30 in) 2016
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Can’t You Tell I’m In Love With You 11/30
Andrew Valko
Six Colour Reduction Linocut (22.25x16.5 in) 2016
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Year of the Snake 2/75
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen (7x5.25 in) 2013
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Year of the Monkey 7/75
Andrew Valko
Silkscreen (6.75x5.25 in) 2016
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Marilyn Visits the Prairies 9/30
Andrew Valko
silkscreen (14x15.5 in) 2012
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Act of God no.27
Andrew Valko
Charcoal on paper (18x23 in) 2012
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Year of the Ram - White 14/60
Andrew Valko
serigraph (5.75x4.25 inch) 2003
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Year of the Rat A/P/60
Andrew Valko
wood block prints (5x4 inch) 1996
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Andrew Valko

(1957) RCA

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Andrew Valko was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1957. Valko studied wood block printing in Japan with master printmaker Toshi Yoshida. Valko has been included in several prestigious shows including the Yoshida Annual International Print Exhibition from 1987 - 1994 in Tokyo, Japan. Valko's realist paintings are so illustrative that they are a near parody of camera technology.

Valko uses his printmaking techniques when painting with acrylics. Working on wood, he uses a router and carves into the wood creating texture which reinforces the painting. Throughout almost 20 years of exhibitions he has been collected and exhibited by many important public institutions and private collectors in Canada and abroad, including the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Brockton Art Gallery, Boston, The Canada Council Art Bank, and The Claridge Collection, Montreal. In December of 1994, Andrew Valko was elected into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

Links

AndrewValko.com
Artist Website

Winnipeg Free Press
Artist's works of female nudes convey dark societal theme

Galleries West
Artist Profile

The Kingston Prize
2009 Winner

Happy Year of the Goat
The Chinese New Year prints of Andrew Valko

Flavorwire Feature
Moody Paintings of Drive-In Theaters Showing Classic Films

Consignments

We are currently seeking works by A. Valko to be included in future collections. If you are interested in selling works by A. Valko visit our valuation submission page for more information.

For a complete list of artists we are currently seeking visit our Wanted to Purchase list.

Artist Videos

Andrew Valko

Artist Andrew Valko explores the themes and motivation behind his work as he prepares for a solo exhibition in Toronto.