Andy Currie-Scarr Studying at Furness College, Furness
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Since i started painting properly back in December 2011, i have produced some interesting work in the form of commissions for friends, family and strangers alike.

Where it says studying is not big enough, haha.

I have 3 A-Levels in Art and Design (Unendorsed), Graphic Communication and Fine Art, I then studied on the Foundation art and Design Diploma before moving away to south Wales to study Animation (Stop-motion) at Degree level.

I have a further qualification in Web Applications in the form of a module on a Degree in Multimedia.

I have recently finished a Post-Grad certificate in Education Post 16 (Teaching) and work at a sixth form college.

Currently I am furthering my qualifications in web design (Dynamic web design) at Furness college which is a module of a Foundation Degree in Computing.

Member Since

06th February 2012


painting, graphic design, band/musician merchandise, web design, teaching, stop-motion and flash animation

Bands, crane, muse, pendulum, michael jackson, maroon 5, 80's cheese.




Last Active

Thursday 27th October 2016

Sixth Form Qualification

Barrow-in-Furness Sixth Form College, Barrow-in-Furness


University of Glamorgan

Post Graduate

Furness College, Furness


Barrow-in-Furness Sixth Form College, Barrow-in-Furness

Home Town


Date of Birth

Thursday 18th April 1985




Bob Marley

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Bob Marley
Bob Marley
This piece was commissioned for a local pub, wanting to show appreciation to legends of music. This particular piece was almost binned as I really had no idea how to approach this, I was going to do a stencil of it but then last minute decided not to. In the end i decided to get some masking fluid and i filled in all the white areas i didn't want to paint over. Although i did not test the next bit it actually made for an interesting effect. I began to paint the black areas with acrylic not giving much thought to the end result, so i painted over the edges of the masking fluid like you would with water-colour but it then occurred to me that acrylic is polymer based and dries hard unlike water-colour. As i pulled off the masking fluid it, the acrylic paints edges began to flake and peel but to my surprise made an interesting effect. To add to the experimental look of the piece i added textured wallpaper and sand to the canvas and acrylic to give it a new dimension. I finished up with painting vanish to seal the rough edges.
Between A1 and A0
June 23, 2012
Artist studies at:
Furness College, Furness

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