Andrew Stewart Jamieson

Andrew is a  recognised Master Heraldic Artist. untitledAfter attending schools in the UK and the USA, Andrew opted to pursue a career in art and design and undertook a Pre B.A. Foundation Course at Salisbury College of Art and later studied on the unique Calligraphy, Heraldry and Illumination Course, at Reigate School of Art.

After Graduating with Honours in 1983 he became a freelance artist and designer taking on commissioned work in an array of fields from illustration to heraldic art, working for Her Majesty’s College of Arms, Her Majesty’s Crown Office, Pitkin publishers, Chrysalis Records, The Templeton Prize, The Order of Malta, Buckfast Abbey,  the Military,  City of London Livery Companies, Aquascutum of London, Ecco Shoes, The Richard III Society and numerous publishers, private collectors and Noble and Royal Houses around the world.

In 1996 he was invited by the Canadian Heraldic Authority to exhibit at the, ‘Eleven Masters of Heraldry’ exhibition at the Museum of Civilisation, Ottawa, Canada where he was awarded the Corel Prize for Artistic Excellence. He is the Author and illustrator of the Pitkin Guide,  Coats of Arms which was published in 1997.

He counts amongst his interests, Photography, Walking, Military History, Cooking, the History of the Highlands of Scotland, Bonnie Prince Charlie and listening to music. He currently divides his time  between the Kingdom of Fife in Scotland where he lives with his faithful dog, Bonnie Dundee and Tampa Bay, Florida.71078724_2500834466904305_6109175345984831488_n

Andrew is also represented by The Georgia Nick Gallery, St. Augustine, Florida.

To commission Andrew or discuss any ideas you might have please contact him here 

Or please contact Georgia Nick Gallery for information on fine art and paintings by Andrew.