Andy Zimmermann grew up in West Virginia. He graduated from Harvard College in 1975, where he majored in psychology, and also studied art. From that time onward he has been exhibiting paintings, and then welded steel sculptures, in such places as the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, the DeCordova Museum Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA, the Cedarhurst Sculpture Park in Mt. Vernon, IL. He has had solo gallery exhibits in Boston and New York City, and has participated in group shows around the U.S. and in Europe. He earned an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in 2003. In recent years his work has incorporated digital media, including digital photographs on sculpture, and installations using video, animation, and digital sound. His installation “Cars and Stars” using all of these media was recently featured in a solo installation in the MIT Museum in Cambridge, MA. He has also performed with various groups as a guitarist and cellist, and has collaborated on theater projects as a video and sound artist. Zimmermann is currently represented by the Boston Sculptors Gallery.