Andrew (Andy) Hollimon, hereafter Ana`alu, creates and develops from the same artistic creative vision and mission.
Ana`alu develops with a personal devotion reaching the eye as a portal to individual sensory perception which in turn
generates interest as the foundation for piquing consumer interest. He creates with a methodology that embodies
detail, unfiltered and unrestricted use of color, focused like a novel theme with visuals that deliver a message often
delineated via the title of the piece. A personal mission is to capture an audience, entertain with visuals and offer a
visual reward to any viewer who views the piece in close proximity. “Wow, as I look closer I didn’t see that from a
few feet away!” Ana`alu isn’t a specialty or theme artists. From his favorite piece of Jimi Hendrix his unique left-
handed use of a Fender Stratocaster (2014) through the frequent development of wildlife pieces, to landscape
scenes, moonscapes and much more frequent real life storied pieces, he employs Realism and uniqueness ground in
originality. Oil colors, use of the palette knife, acrylic gesso, modeling paste, and canvas are the tools of his craft.
Ana`alu’s background, despite degree matriculation through the level of an MBA, does not include training in the arts.
His exhibits include piece exhibits in: ATB Fine Arts Continuum V, VI & VII, (West Palm Beach), ATB Fine Arts
African Diaspora exhibits, The Box Gallery (West Palm Beach) The Broward Art Guild, Broward State College African
American art exhibits. And various exhibits entries via the Delray Art League, Art Fort Lauderdale On The Water, The
Lake Worth Art League, Lauderdale Lakes Art in the Round, Radioactive Shangri La exhibit, The Wellington Art
Society. His work has also received Honorable Mention via various The Light & Space Online Gallery competitions
(Animals, Patterned abstract, and Open Calls),
Ana` Alu’s Artist Statement
I accomplish each art project with focused attention to a personal belief the eye is a portal to the mind's sensory
As a portal to the human psyche, piquing interest initiates a process that facilitates human consumerism.
“The eye is a portal to sensory perception; the hammer will only find the nail that stands out.”
Once the sensory zones are excited (color, message, theme), the existential reality of humanism leads to the
purchase of art