Andre’s work sometimes appears to be digitally produced but remains completely hand crafted. He positions his work between the digital and analog world as a reflection of his life and society as a whole. His style is a deconstruction of light into which he assembles visual abstractions. He seduces viewers through striking colors, subject matter and composition. Andre’s primary focus is on a black experience in his pushpin art and painting because he wants black culture and artifacts to be represented reverently and beautifully. The medium of pushpins requires an understanding of light, color and math. It appears digital but each pin is placed by hand and the shading and spacing is determined by his eye. Andre Woolery work has been exhibited at Art In FLUX and other galleries in New York, Texas and LA. His street art can be found at various locations in Harlem, NY and St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica. He has commissioned work and sold work to a number of New York collectors.