1982    MFA in Sculpture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
1979    BFA in Sculpture, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

1991    Massachusetts Artists Fellowship, Finalist Award in Sculpture
1990    NEA, National Visual Artist Fellowship in Sculpture
1989    Mid-America Arts Alliance / Regional NEA Fellowship in Sculpture
1986    New Works Project Grant, Ohio Arts Commission, Institute of Contemporary Art
1983    Four States Grant for Ephemeral Works, Ohio Arts Commission, UK Art Museum, Lexington KY
1982    Ford Foundation Travel Grant, M.I.T. Advanced Visual Studies Program, Cambridge MA

Gallery Representation
Boston Sculptor’s Gallery, Boston MA

Exhibition Record
2018    HeArt, Boston Sculptors Gallery annual group exhibition, Boston MA
2017    Invasive Species, solo exhibition, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston MA
.           Love/Lust, Boston Sculptors Gallery annual group exhibition, Boston MA
2016    AOS Exhibition, North Scituate Library Gallery, Scituate, RI, Group Exhibition
2013    Focus, Gallery 360, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, 3-Person Exhibition
2004    Public Art Happens, Cambridge Arts Council Gallery, Cambridge MA, 3-Person Exhibition
1998    Ocular Interactive, Johnson Center, George Mason University, Fairfax VA, Group Exhibition
1995    Double Take, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA, Group Exhibition
1994    Studio Show, Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA, Group Exhibition
.           Strokes of Genius, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln MA, Group Exhibition
1993    Tower of Babel, Federal Reserve Bank Gallery, Boston MA, Group Exhibition
1992    Fear of Freedom of Fear, Dodge Gallery, Boston MA, Solo Exhibition
1991     Critical Mass, Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD, Group Exhibition
1990    No Man’s Land, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY, Outdoor Group Exhibition
1989    Plane/Light/Rain, Locus Gallery, St. Louis, MO, Solo Exhibition
1988    Hoola Popper, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL, Solo Exhibition

2004     Gyromancer, Cleveland Circle, Aberdeen Reservoir Association, Boston MA, (design-phase only)
2003     Dot Matrix, Green Street Parking Garage, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge MA, Public Art
1993     Clickety Clack, ArtLink Project, Metrolink Light Rail, St. Louis, MO, Public Art
1985     Cincinnati Project, Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, Cincinnati, OH, Public Art
1986     Phenometer, Hoagie House, Jersey Devils Architects, McLean VA, Private Collection

Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston MA
North Scituate Public Library, Scituate RI
Allegheny College, Meadville PA
Essex Institute, Salem MA
First Unitarian Church, New Bedford MA
Mark Twain Banks, St. Louis MO
Moneta Group Inc., St. Louis MO
North Scituate Library, Scituate RI
Patience and Al Jung, St. Louis MO
St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis MO

2017    Scott Turner, In Boston exhibit, R.I. artist Ed Andrews addresses two types of invasion, Providence Journal,
.           Poornima Apte, Every Move You Make, TAKE Magazine,
2006   Baker and Mestrovic, Socrates Sculpture Park, Yale University Press, pg. 61
2005   Sculpture Magazine, Commissions-in-Brief, Insider section, June issue
.          Justine Hunt, Boston Globe Magazine, Attention to Detail, Photo, Oct. 9. pg. 54
2003   Phoebe Sweet, Andrews selected to improve the look of Cleveland Circle, Allston-Brighton Tab, May 16
1995    Christine Temin, An Exhibition with X-Ray Eyes, Boston Globe, Aug. 2
.           Miles Unger, Dis-Location: The Transforming Power of Video Installation” Art New England, Oct/Nov
.           Christine Temin, “Different Strokes: A Golf Course of Art” Boston Globe, April 19
1994    Kalo Clarke and Kim Pederson, “Engendered Species” Art New England, October issue
.           Christine Temin, “Arts Immediacy is Palpable at BCA” Boston Globe, Sept. 14
1993    Robert Duffy, “Joyride, Unusual Objects Along the New Metrolink Route” St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 29
1992    Christine Temin, “Haunting Last Show at NU’s Art Gallery,” Boston Globe, June 10
1991    Michael Brenson, “Sculpture Borne by the Earth and Lighted by the Sky” New York Times, March 8
.           John Dorsey, “Critical Mass, Works Stimulate and Challenge the Imagination” Baltimore Sun, January 29
1989    Pat Degener, “Plane/Light/Rain Feast for the Senses” St. Louis Post Dispatch, Oct. 20
.           Anne Morgan, “Using Video to Market Art” Sculpture Magazine, January/February issue

Website Publications
Scott Turner, In Boston exhibit, R.I. artist Ed Andrews addresses two types of invasion, Providence Journal
Poornima Apte, Every Move You Make, TAKE Magazine
Socrates Sculpture Park, No Man’s Land Exhibit
Culture Now, Museum Without Walls, Art and Architecture in the Public Realm, Cambridge MA
Cambridge Arts, Best Garage Windows in Town, Cambridge MA      
Cambridge Public Art Tour, Dot Matrix, Cambridge MA
Melanie Thibeault, Artist Open Studios, Valley Breeze, Lincoln RI

Teaching Experience
1990-          Associate Professor, Northeastern University, Dept. of Art + Design, Boston, MA
1986-90     Assistant Professor, Washington University, School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, MO
1982-86     Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University of Kentucky