"Other painters are satisfied with creating the illusion of space in a landscape’s two-dimensional surface. Andrew Kuziak won’t be happy with anything less than the fourth-dimension—the illusion of movement in time."
Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art Gallery
"A standout piece and one of the most singular in style has to be Andrew Kuziak’s 18 Holes, an abstract representation with a surprising subject—a golf course. Constructed of countless overlapping and arcing lines and splashes of color, strung across three canvases, what at first appears mystifying or jumbled coalesces into the forms of golfers and country clubs. It’s half-puzzle and completely masterful."
SRQ Magazine 8/2014
My journey started at the Arts Students League in New York City back in 1968, where I had the good fortune of studying under Theodore Stamos. Then, as an architect, landscape architect and designer, my art has evolved ever since.I see art as based on emotional understanding, on the feeling of the unknown which lies behind the visible and the tangible, and on creative power, the power to make visible the artist’s sensations, feelings, visions and moods, as well as a certain mystical sensation, which is in fact the feeling of the harmonious interconnection and oneness of everything and the feeling of the ‘soul’ of things and phenomena. Like science and philosophy I believe that art is a definite way of receiving and conveying knowledge. In painting, I learn much that I did not know before.I strive to capture the essence of my subjects through my paintings, the aim of my art is to have my audience experience a new understanding of life, taking their eye on a visual trip around the painting, seeing the passage of time and movement through light and shadow.