An Exhibition of Prints
Andrew Higgens is an experienced draftsman and has been creating prints for the past 12 years.
He experiments with mark making and loves the endless versatility a print has. As a former
cineast he is intrigued by what photo-etching can achieve. Lino holds a particular fascination for Andrew, he enjoys chipping away to create strong lines and exploring black and white variations.
Throughout his career Andrew lectured in art and design history. In later years, he was Head of Department at the University of Westminster (formerly Harrow School of Art), having also worked at St Martinís, Chelsea and Maidstone Schools of Art. In the 70s and early 80s, he was involved in documentary film-making and feature script-writing. He produced and edited prize-winning films, such as Grand Central Hotel Belfast and Sounds of a Season Dying.