Juan Andreu holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Valencia, School of Fine Arts, in Spain, where he specialized in classic sculpture in wood, bronze and stone mediums. He has also studied architectural design, painting and restoration and is presently a doctoral candidate in the area of Fine Arts. Juan is a Professor of Art at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut and at the Talcott Mountain Science Center in Avon, Connecticut. He has also taught art at Silvermine Art Association and the Farmington Valley Arts Center.
Juan has worked as an industrial, interior and architectural designer for the last 25 years, alternating with public commissions and
teaching. He has assisted world-renowned artists such as Anthony Quinn, Elbert Weinberg, Wolfgang Behl, Luis Montoya and Manolo Valdes. His work and accomplishments have been publicized on television and featured in local and national newspapers as notable as the New York Times, the Hartford Courant, the Times Picayune, the New Haven Register and the Waterbury Republican. His artwork is housed in public, private and Museum collections around the world. He regularly shows his paintings and sculptures.
The artist studio of Juan Andreu is located in the New England Carousel Museum. It is opened to the public by appointment.
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