Andrea Rich is active/lives in California. Andrea Rich is known for color woodcuts-wildlife.
Known for her wildlife woodblock carvings, she has worked in this medium in the field in many locations including Europe and the United States. From her studio near elephant seal breeding grounds in northern California, she has created works with up to 16 colors, painstakingly planned and layered. However, in the field she does simple carvings.
Andrea Rich is an internationally recognized print artist whose work is represented in numerous museum and private collections.
She was the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum's 2006 Master Artist and the recipient of Awards of Excellence from the Society of Animal Artists and the Artists for Conservation Foundation. In addition Andrea is a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists in London and the North American representative of the Artists for Nature Foundation.
She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, with a Bachelor of Arts in Art Education in 1976. Born in 1954 in Racine, Wisconsin, Andrea has lived the last 37 years in Santa Cruz, California.