about the artist
Amy is a Georgia-born artist who never met a color she didn’t like. Her work has been featured in The Red & Black magazine, Carnival of Sorts: Life on Mars (2022), Lamar Dodd School of Art: Art Party Extravaganza (2022), and Quarter Life Crisis (2022.) Her adoration for the art practice materialized from gesture, a guiding principle that helped her sculpt an environment that externalizes as a direct reflection of the body’s movement from which it is born. The more merciful the hand, the more moving the mark.
Amy seeks to use abstraction, color, playfulness, and form to invoke a sense of invitation, kinship, and rest. She combines colorful, freeform expression with imprints of ubiquitous yet intimate objects and bodies. Her art serves as a hand of extension, to herself and to others. She hopes to never take it too seriously.