Art Gallery - Andrew Hull
Bourke based visual artist Andrew Hull works in
a range of media and exhibits regularly in local exhibitions.
Browse through a sample of Hully's work using the gallery
to Andrew Hull's photography gallery
Andrew is a part time writer of poetry, prose and song,
a part time artist, part time photographer, and full
time husband and father.
Based in Bourke in Western NSW Andrew is active in the
local arts community. He is the president of the local
Arts Council as well as board member for the Regional
Arts body ‘Outback Arts’.
As a writer he has pieces published in the Outback Magazine
and Sydney Morning Herald as well as numerous local publications.
As a poet his poems have featured in the Sydney Morning
Herald, the Melbourne Age, numerous independent and local
publications, and regularly on ABC local and National
radio. He has been described by contemporaries as 'The
modern bard of Bourke' (Ian Connellan) and 'The keeper
of Lawson's secret', (Neil Murray) and has performed
at major folk festivals across Australia. His songs have
featured on ABC local and National radio as well as numerous
commercial stations and he has toured and performed with
various accomplices……he is a very bad musician.
He works continually as a visual artist in a range of
media and exhibits regularly in local exhibitions. As
a photographer his images have graced the pages of numerous
publications including the Outback magazine and the Daily
Telegraph as well as several Arts and government publications,
brochures and media.
Visit Andrew Hull's
website HullyJoe.com for more