Andrea Walsh is an artist based in East Lothian, Scotland. She studied fine art before a masters degree in glass, and set up her studio in 2005. Andrea's work explores a range of materials including ceramics, glass and metal, to create exquisitely crafted, timeless and unique pieces. Her work is included in private and public collections worldwide, these include the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and National Museums Scotland in Edinburgh, and she was selected as a finalist in the BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Craft Prize 2017, and the LOEWE Foundation Craft Prize in 2019.
“Walsh’s work seems the antithesis of the fleeting surfaces of contemporary life and yet the forms are free of the pastiche or anachronism of the self consciously crafted thing. They possess instead what the American art historian Keith Moxey describes as a vital heterochronicity – a capacity to unfold many timeworlds simultaneously through the precision and poetry of the forms.” Amanda Game - Independent Curator, 2014