Andrew Dold

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Artist

Andrew Dold (born 1969) is a contemporary artist and school teacher living in Ontario Canada.

Life and work

Although trained as a sculptor and painter, at the age of 32 he began to draw using coloured pencils for the first time. Between 2005 and 2006 he entered his first coloured pencil drawings in two separate international competitions held by the Coloured Pencil Society of America.[1]Template:Failed verification His work was published in The Artist's Magazine[2] as well as International Artist magazine[3] due to winning both competitions. At this time he showed in the Gerald Peters gallery in New York.[4]Template:Failed verification In 2007 Prismacolor approached Dold with a view to using his award-winning picture "All is not Lost" on their new line of watercolour pencil crayons, and later that year Prismatic introduced the product with Dold's picture on the tin.[5]Template:Failed verification In 2007–2008 Andrew Dold's work was used by the Strathmore Hall to help promote an upcoming event of colored pencil works.[6]Template:Failed verification

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