If you’re looking for innovative art… something unique and unexpected, art that stands out, if you’re not afraid of bold color, and you delight in owning a statement piece that doesn’t exactly match your couch… you’ve come to the right place.
Meet mixed media assemblage artist Andy Saczynski. His adventurous style is far from the expected and mundane. His assemblage art typically includes materials such as acrylic, found objects, recycled musical instruments, reclaimed wood, and metal. Every piece is original and cannot be duplicated. Andy’s art can also be considered earth-friendly, containing items that are recycled, reclaimed, and repurposed. He gives new life to old stuff, and every piece has a story. What story will he tell next?
Growing up north of Choctawhatchee Bay, Andy had dreamed of being a working artist with a gallery in Grayton Beach. Not satisfied with the typical 9-5 job, he began pursuing his dream in early 2010. He was 32, married to his high school sweetheart, and baby #5 was on the way. Two years later, in March 2012, he opened his gallery in Grayton Beach. This was a giant leap of faith. Frankly, he and his wife were scared, but fear would not dictate their lives. The risk paid off and the dream became a reality. Andy was named the 2013 South Walton Artist of the Year (a coveted and prestigious award), and was also voted Best Local Artist on the Emerald Coast in 2012, 2013, and 2014. (You can get to know Andy better by reading his bio.)
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