Andrew Rauhauser’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States. He has received numerous awards including being a three-time winner of the Concours award at the Art Students’ League in New York. His work has been published in Hampton’s Country magazine, American Artist magazine and he has been interviewed on the radio in conjunction with an exhibition in which he participated in Lexington, Kentucky. He also provided a cover illustration for “Black Ice”, a book of poems by Barbara Purcell. His paintings and drawings are held in many private collections.
Mr. Rauhauser was born in Evanston, Illinois, and studied art at New Trier, and Rockford College before moving to New York City to pursue a career in business. While in New York, Mr. Rauhauser continued his studies at the National Academy School of Fine Arts and the Art Students’ League, where he was monitor for Sharon Sprung, Patricia Graham Arrott and Nathan Cabot Hale. At these institutions Mr. Rauhauser received a traditional education in drawing and painting technique as well as anatomy and composition.