About Andrew Howell
Monstieur Howell futilely attempts to capture and comprehend his subjective world in the objects imagination commands he create. The innocence of children's literature intertwines with the horror. Fairy tales and fables shroud the quotidian. Myth subsumes the trivial. Feasting on the internet, the reams of faceless information, the lurid imagery at a touch of a button. The fictional, biographical and autobiographical meld, characters chose themselves, the observer identifies and enters into the portrayal, the narrative unfurling as Monstieur's vision beautifies and taints.