Andrea Helena LaHue is my full name. I am also known as Random Act, for my huge botanicals, painted on transitioning buildings across the country. My love for painting and creating runs deep, as does my love for flowers, nature, maps, music, old trucks, America and Americana.
'Flowers for the People,' I like to say. Why Flowers? They send the message of hope, wellbeing and connectedness, with no dogma attached.
I am interested in projects in which the community is brought together and inspired by Art. Accessibility for children, teens, the under-privileged and marginalized are my target audience with my public practice. This spills into my private practice where I explore clarity, connection, social relevance, redemption and technique, in my work.
Feel free to contact me regarding public projects, speaking engagements, guest blogging, and commercial interests, collaborating, designing or collecting at AndreaLaHue@gmail.com
Here’s the more official bio:
Andrea LaHue, aka Random Act, is widely recognized for her monumental botanical paintings across America. As an Army brat and former model, her travels exposed her to art throughout Europe and the Americas and inspired her to uplift and instigate with her paintings. She has shown in Los Angeles, New York and Paris and on the streets of 51 U.S. Cities. Newspapers, including The Huffington Post, NBC News and The Associated Press, have featured her murals and millions have seen her contributions to projects for Martha Stewart Living and How I Met Your Mother.
LaHue’s socially conscious art ranges from giant murals to delicate historical portraits. She is erasing the boundaries between street art, public art and fine art.