Andrew Boult has been painting since he could pick up a brush, he has learnt from the best in fellow professional artist and father Trevor Boult.

From an early age his father took him out on location to paint on the canal system of the Midlands, although more often than not preferring to run up and down the tow path than actually paint. However he soon realised running around was not going to earn a living and settled into art as his chosen career.

He ran a successful cross stitch business in the 90's called "Stitched Up" which was started with a Princes Trust Bursary, this gave him experience in the world of retail. It was only when he became a professional artist and the work load of running both “Stitched Up” and developing artwork meant that something had to give.

Since becoming a professional artist he has had several joint major exhibitions with his father. Demand for both his paintings and his work as a tutor continues to grow and he has become a popular and regular contributor to the Leisure Painter Magazine.

Andrew specialises in watercolour painting and finds inspiration for his work from the countryside and gardens of Warwickshire. He is a talented, emerging artist with a growing demand for his exciting and dynamic work.

The main aim in Andrews work is to create an image that people can identify with and enjoy. He has said "If you can look into one of my paintings and see something different every time then it’s a success."