Andrew Myers is an Oregon artist whose studio practice is drawing focused with elements of installation and sculpture. This large-scale work interacts with the exhibition space and engages the viewer by becoming part of the environment. Integral to Myers' work is the hand-made mark and the physical evidence and visual history of the artist's hand. The concepts of Place and Home, conservation and preservation are themes that permeate his work. Printmaking has also become a large part of Myers' studio practice.
Andrew Myers' work has been showcased in Art in America, the Portland Modern, Portlandart.net, Creative Quarterly, The Daily Barometer and the Eugene Weekly. Myers is also part of the viewing program at the Drawing Center in New York. Myers was recently awarded a Career Opportunity Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and the Ford Family Foundation to travel, create work in residence and install an exhibition in the Slovak Republic in July 2016.
Myers currently teaches drawing at Oregon State University. Myers received an MFA from Portland State University in 2003.