Andrea McKenzie is a Trinidad and Tobago-born artist who has taken the art world by storm with her bold and expressive paintings. Her unique style can be categorized as Expressionist, evoking a strong emotional response from viewers through her vivid colors and textures.
Andrea’s passion for the arts can be traced back to her family’s involvement in the world-famous Carnival of Trinidad and Tobago. Her upbringing in the vibrant and diverse Caribbean culture is evident in the diverse range of subjects she paints, from Bob Marley to Nina Simone, Kobe Bryant to Lauren Hill.
Her use of contrast and unconventional materials in her pieces sets Andrea apart from other artists. She infuses glass, feathers, acrylic, and even melted wax to create one-of-a-kind works of art that truly stand out.
Her talent has not gone unnoticed; she has exhibited her work in multiple nations, including Trinidad and Tobago, neighboring Caribbean islands, New York, Washington DC, and Philadelphia. Her pieces have even been featured at celebrity auctions, such as the DICK GREGORY FOUNDATION and The Mayors Foyer City Hall, Atlanta.
Andrea is a true island girl at heart, and her love for her roots is reflected in her art. Her work has earned her the “Black I AM Power, Art and creativity Award” in 2019 in Atlanta, and she has already showcased her work at events such as the Twenties BET Event and Art Stroll in Atlanta.
As she works on her new show, “Andrea’s Unique Art,” there is no doubt that she will continue to captivate audiences with her unparalleled talent. Andrea lives by the scripture, “Faith without work is dead” (Jeremiah 2:14-26), and it is clear that her hard work and dedication to her craft have paid off. Keep an eye out for this rising star in the art world.