Andrew Schoultz

Encompassing murals, paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations, Andrew Schoultz’s work employs a signature style of densely-packed and meticulously-rendered motifs to represent the turmoil of the contemporary world. The artist’s work combines these motifs with references to antique etchings, Persian miniature paintings and the work of William T. Wiley and M. C. Escher, as well as Mission school street art. Schoultz’s unique style is an intense vision of a planet threatened by overcrowding and overconsumption—depicting societies under siege by the governments that are there to protect them.