Andrew Kiss is a Canadian artist, who focuses primarily on landscape art, particularly oil painting.
Born in Hungary in 1946, he and his family emigrated to Canada in 1957. After arriving on the East Coast of Canada, they moved to the Vancouver Island, Cowichan Lake area in British Columbia. Kiss spent his early adulthood employed as a draftsman. After being transferred to the town of Mackenzie, British Columbia in 1974, he began to spend more time on his art.
Kiss has exhibited in Hong Kong, Switzerland, England, Austria, New Zealand and Germany. In North America he has exhibited in Florida, South Carolina, Las Vegas, Montana, Phoenix, Seattle, and in Canada.
He currently lives in Calgary, Alberta.
Best of Show - Western Art Auction [Calgary Stampede]
Collectors’ Choice Award - Western Showcase Calgary Stampede
Chocolate Lily Book Award for Wild Babies National Print Program
Best of Show Booth - Calgary Stampede Western Showcase
Best of Show - Spokane Western Art Show
Ducks Unlimited Canada Artist of the Year (first two-time winner)
1999 Saskatchewan Conservation Stamp
Featured in “The Best of Wildlife Art no.2, North Light Books
BCWF Master Artist
Prince Edward Island Conservation Stamp
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum "Birds in Art"
Top 100 Artists, Art for the Parks, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Canada Summer Games Official Artist