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Andrew Henon






Welcome to the commissions page

For over 20 years the socially engaged arts practice of Andrew Henon has been supported in part by funding from a range of sources these have included:

The John Allbar Trust, Network For Social Change, Dorset Youth Service, Minders Mental Health Charity, Art Line, Constable Studio, Trinity Gallery Wareham, Regional Arts Lottery Programme, Moving Parts Project, Heritage Lottery Young Roots, Big Lottery, Arts Council England, Quartet, Keynsham Town Council, Norton Radstock Town Council, DfE (Formerly Department for Children, Schools & Families) Company of Voices, Somerset County Council (Cabinet office of third sector) Bath & North East Somerset Youth Service, Mendip District Council, North Dorset District Council, Pandorex 1980.

In support of this work delivered through a number of different organisations and partnerships the work has been suplimented by a range of commercial commissions including; ING Oxford st, Mr Taneja, Mr Gerald Ratner, Fishmoners Hall, Cordeco Bellgium, Emir of Oman, TNT Head Offices, Merino Carpets 'Interior Design International' and Helen Yardly.

You can now support directly the socially engaged work that Andrew produces and delivers.

For the first time since 1978 a range of sevices, commissions, original pieces of work and project stakeholding is being made available. This page starts with an oportunity to 'Commission' your own pieces of work directly. In the past people that Andrew knows personally or through close recomendation and galleries have commissioned paintings these include paintings of important places paintings of familly homes, gardens, special places, landscapes and seascapes. These are paited in very high detail as exercises of painterly mastery and composition.

Here is the most well known of Andrews paintings as an example of the quality of the work that you could own. Painting on board 9" X 7"

Stuminster Newton Mill in Dorset has been painted many times but it was where Andrew as a young teenager grew up when visiting relations during summers. Sturminster Newton is part of Andrews heritage, his grandfather was the signal man on the local Somerset & Dorset Railway. Andrew is related to William Henry Moores who's forbearers started the building of reading rooms.

Sturminster Mill January 1991


With bussiness support for the monday studio from 'Triodos Bank' The socially & ethically engaged bank.

If you would like to Commissin work directly from Andrew Henon and contribute towards keeping the socially engaged practice ongoing please contact direct by email

To telephone and discuss your ideas, requirements and commission with Andrew on 01749 670357

Details of the socially engaged arts projects Andrew has delivered over 34 years are available from clicking on the Publications page or see the Biography details.


Collect originals by Andrew Henon from previous exhibitions.

Buy new work before it has been created and have a part in it's creation.

Become a commercial sponsor.

Become a Patron of new work

Become a collector and owner of original works



You can contact Andrew here by e-mail click on the image below




Monday Studio © Last edited 22nd October 2012