Andrea Sulzer’s work begins at the cellular level. Small marks, nuclei of activity, multiply and migrate across her paper. Sometimes they arrange themselves into recognizable shapes—a sea urchin, a Life Saver candy. Sometimes they flirt with the real world. Sulzer studied at Smith, NYU, and earned an MFA at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. In 2007, she won a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. She has shown at CMCA, Merrimack College, ICON Contemporary Art, and at DeCordova. She had solo shows at the Bowdoin College Museum and at Coleman Burke Gallery in New York. She is represented by Nancy Margolis Gallery, NYC.