Andrew Schoultz



The Center (Tree), 2012 / acrylic, collage, and gold leaf on dyed and stretched American flag over panel / 30 x 52 inches
Collection of the Monterey Museum of Art

Vessels and Water, 2014 / Mixed Media Paper Collage / 132 x 168 inches
Collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art

Monument to a Whirlwind (2010) / Mixed media on paper / 132 x 264 inches
Collection of the Palm Springs Museum of Art (CA)

Monument to a Ruin, 2011 / acrylic and gold leaf on embossed paper / 27 x 19 inches
Collection of Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (CA)

10,000 Leaves in Darkness (2009) / Acrylic, Collage, and Metal flake on Canvas / 72 x 56 inches
Collection of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA)

Up in the Air, 2006-2011 / mixed media on paper / 132 x 240 inches
Collection of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA)

Andrew Schoultz: In Process at Monterey Museum of Art

Andrew Schoultz: In Process at Monterey Museum of Art

Andrew Schoultz: In Process at Monterey Museum of Art

Destroyer, 2012 / Mark Moore Gallery Mural / Culver City, CA

Fountainhead Residency Wall Mural, 2011 / Wynwood District, Miami, FL

Meltdown (2010) / Installation View
Project Space Arkitip, Los Angeles (CA)

Melting Flag with Eyes, 2011 / Gold leaf and acrylic on embossed collage paper / 22 x 30 inches

Melting Candle (red) (2011) / Acrylic on wood panel / 14 x 14 inches

The I of the Storm (2008) / Acrylic on panel / 20 x 20 inches

Slave Ship Paratroops into Chaos (2007) / Acrylic and collage on canvas / 72 x 60 inches

Pollution Hole (1) (2007) / Acrylic and ink on paper / 84 x 84 inches

Running with Chaos, War, and Nature (2007) / acrylic on wood panel / 48 x 72 inches

Cataclysmic Proliferation (2005-2008) / Mixed media on paper / 96 x 240 inches

Meditations under Stress (2005-2007) / Acrylic on canvas / 72 x 48 inches


Sourcing inspiration from 15th Century German map making and Indian miniature paintings, Andrew Schoultz's frenetic imagery depicts an ephemeral history bound to repeat itself. In his mixed-media works, notions of war, spirituality and sociopolitical imperialism are reoccurring themes, which shrewdly parallel an equally repetitive contemporary pursuit of accumulation and power. Intricate line work, painting, metal leaf and collage twist and undulate under Schoultz's meticulous hand, ranging from intimately sized wall works to staggering murals and installations. While his illustrated world seems one of chaos and frenzy, Schoultz also implies a sense of alluring fantasy and whimsy - a crossroads vaguely familiar to the modern world. Schoultz (b. 1975, WI) received his BFA from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco (CA). He has had solo exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Copenhagen, Philadelphia, Rotterdam, Boston, London, Portland, Detroit and Milan. He has been included in group exhibitions at the Andy Warhol Museum (PA), Torrance Art Museum (CA), Havana Biennial (Cuba), Hyde Park Arts Center (IL), Laguna Art Museum (CA), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA), among others. His work can be seen in the public collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA), Frederick R. Weisman Foundation (CA) and the Progressive Art Collection (OH), in addition to his publicly funded murals in Portland (ME), Jogjakarta (Indonesia) and San Francisco (CA). Schoultz lives and works in Los Angeles (CA).