Andrea Lyons


Andrea Lyons during her exhibition at Cerulean Arts

Retrospective 1967 - 2022
Throughout my life I have done art in various mediums. I was an Art major way back in High School, where I had my first experience with etching. In fact even before that I was experimenting with using color and line and drawing as far back as elementary school. When I was an undergraduate at Tyler School of Art I decided to major in printmaking and Art Education. At that time I was also drawn to Sculpture. My Sculpture professors were Raphael Sabatini, Adolph Dioda and ltlo Scanga. They were fantastic! In Printmaking, the professors that I studied with were Arthur Flory, Lillian Lent and Romas Viesulas. I was totally and thoroughly involved with the work and the mediums I was working in including the really wonderful introduction to painting in Oils, Watercolor and of course the start of using Acrylics, which was new at the time. My excellent Painting instructors were Richard Cramer and David Pease, who later became Dean at Yale for Art. It was the sixties and we had a pretty unique experience at Tyler then. When I left Tyler I got my BFA and was more into painting and eventually went to one of the most respected and oldest art schools in the country for studying Art which was the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. I loved it so much there that I continued on to get both a Certificate and an MFA in Painting. I had wonderful artists to study under for everything that interested me. There was Bruce Samuelson, Dan Miller, Tony Rosatti, Peter Paone, Steve Nocella, Louis Sloan, Jan Baltzell, Liz Osborne, Mary Frank, Will Barnet, Sidney Goodman, Moe Brooker, Michael Moore and Jimmy Lueders among many others. I continued to do Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking sometimes mixing medias together and experimenting. I was always enjoying discovering new ideas, ways of expressing myself and the joy of creativity. ·
I am extremely grateful for all the support I have had throughout my life of fellow artist friends, family, teachers as well as my own students, who I have both learned from and loved. Art for me is a passion and I will always be grateful for the joy of having it be part of my life and myself.  

Andrea Lyons Resume 

Andrea Lyons' most recent solo exhibition was held November 9 - December 4, 2022.  A selection of work is currently available at the gallery as indicated.  For inquiries on all other works shown, please Contact Us


Self-Portrait at Age Eighteen, gouache & watercolor, 11" x 10.5"  Available 


Ukrainian Woman with Child, oil on wood panel, 28" x 22"  Available 


Mother with Child, oil and and encaustic on wood panel, 28" x 22"  Available 


Slavo Ukraine, oil on wood panel, 28" x 22"  Available 


A Daughter's a Daughter for the Rest of Your Life, color woodcut, 25" x 17"  Available 


Integrating Blues, intaglio color print, 12.5" x 10.5"  Available 


Before the Philadelphia Convention Center, etching, 6.5" x 8.5"  Available 


Exposure to Night, intaglio print, 7.5" x 33.75"  Available 


We're Not In Kansas Anymore, etching with chine colle, 13" x 6"  Available 


Corporate Check, etching, 11.5" x 12"  Available 


Abstraction (Home), color etching, 10.5" x 7.5"  Available 


Babe, terracotta, 3.25" x 3" x 3.5"  Available 


Crouching Woman, terra cotta, 13.5" x 10" x 10"  Available 


Home, ceramic, 14.5" x 10.5" x 2"  Available 


Log and Sky, ceramic, 14" x 9" x 4.5"  Available 


Face in Wood, ceramic, 11.5" x 8.5" x 1.5"  Available 


Tree, ceramic, 12.5" x 9" x 1.5"  Available 


Home Table, ceramic, 22" x 20" x 14"  


Honky Cat, oil on wood, 26" x 22"  Available 


Diamond in the Rough, oil on wood, 20" x 17"  Available 


Bird in Flight, oil on wood, 20" x 34"  Available 


Homage to Arthur Dove, oil on wood, 25" x 21"  Available 


White Noise, oil on panel, 33.5" x 18" (each)  


Winter Day, mixed media, 31.5" x 23.5"  



Homage to Gehry, oil on wood panel, 33" x 27"  Available 


Rising Staircase, oil on wood, 31" x 18"  Available 


Sectioned, oil on wood panel, 28" x 18"  Available 


Bird and Tree, stoneware, 8" x 13" x 4"  Available 


Homage to Paul Klee, ceramic, 14" x 10.5" x 3"  SOLD 


Grained City, terracotta, 17" x 10" x 3"  SOLD 



Ascension, oil on wood panel, 36" x 22"   


Bird in Nest, stoneware with Spanish moss, 12" x 12"  




Feeding Frenzy, terracotta, 10" x 14" x 3"  


Bohemian Rhapsody, oil on wood panel, 29" x 12"  


Corner, oil on wood panel, 27" x 25"  


Facet, oil on wood panel, 31" x 12"  


Homage to Richard Serra, oil on wood panel, 28" x 41"  SOLD   


A Room Divided, oil on wood panel, 27" x 35"  


Little Houses, oil on wood panel, 27" x 14"  

Sky, Window, Room, oil on wood panel, 26" x 23"  


Wood Derivation, stoneware, 14" x 13" x 4"  


Yellow Wedge, stoneware, 13" x 8" x 5.5"  



Blazing Grain, oil on wood panel, 33.25" x 17.5"