Andy Vogt

Andy Vogt’s ‘drawings’ with repurposed materials from demolished buildings in San Francisco bring to light our City’s insatiable thirst for change. Working in a variety of media associated with architecture—wood, cement, plaster—his crisp geometric forms are as powerful for what’s not there as for what is.  

 

In addition to many large scale commissions, Vogt has exhibited widely in the Bay Area, including at The Museum of Craft and Design, Southern Exposure, Headlands Center for the Arts, San Francisco State University, UC Davis Memorial Union Art Gallery, and The Luggage Store. Vogt has a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University.

Metal Image
Metal Image

Plaster, steel powder, 2015, 7 3/4" x 5 3/4"

C Shims
C Shims

Concrete, 2015 7 3/4" x 5 3/4"

Five Thirds
Five Thirds

concrete, salvaged wood lath, 13 1/2"x 73/4"

Negatives (bar)
Negatives (bar)

concrete, salvaged wood lath, 13 1/2"x 73/4"

Time and Materials; (Richland)
Time and Materials; (Richland)

salvaged wood lath 10" x 84", 2006

Light Study 2
Light Study 2

salvaged wood 14 x 21 inches, 2013

Landcrawler
Landcrawler

salvaged wood and painted plywood, 13x53x4 inches, 2008

Whitedge
Whitedge

melamine and pigmented plaster on panel, 5" x 9", 2016

Lightfalls (goldtone)
Lightfalls (goldtone)

light oxidized pigment on cotton, 11 1/8" x 9 1/8" framed, 2016

LS 4shadow
LS 4shadow

melamine and plaster on panel, 10” x 7", 2014