Andrew Rothfischer

Geometric black metal sculpture, suspended. The metal is bent and twisted, creating negative space, and frames four abstract, textured glass of muted purple, blue, and red.

Andrew Rothfischer
Title: A Fine Balance
Date: 2023
Medium: Glass and Metal


Tour Stop: 38


About the artist:

Andrew Rothfischer started his art practice while engaged in other work endeavours. After 10 years of part time study, he graduated from the Haliburton School of Fine Arts in 2009 with a Diploma in Fine Arts. He studied at glass schools in Germany (Bild-werk Frauenau, 2012) and New Zealand (Whanganui Glass School under Kathryn Wightman, 2013). Andrew was a member of the Sadleir House Life Drawing Group for four years. He studied abstract and collage painting under the guidance of Jane Davies, Nicolas Wilton, and Paul Cade. Since 2013, he has been able to devote himself to art on a full-time basis. In his previous work life, Andrew has been an adult educator, career counsellor, and community developer. He has also had the opportunity to work in government, non-profit organizations, and as an entrepreneur. His previous work experience—for example, assisting displaced workers for 10 years— profoundly shapes and informs his artistic practice.

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