Amy joins TOROSIETE from Meriden, Connecticut. With a B.A. from Franklin Pierce University in Graphic Communications with a minor in Fine Arts, Amy begin painting surrealism paintings after being inspired by Salvador Dali’s “Persistence of Memory”.
Now, Amy has fine tuned her techniques and uses reactive metallic paints, acrylic resins and other materials to create vibrant, expressive explosions of color. Her abstract works explore the chemistry of combining different reactive paints and the fractal like images that result.
Her current exhibition for TOROSIETE showcases many of her original acrylic/resin works. Visit her gallery space here to see her exhibition: Chemistry, Color and Composition, available as a standard slide-show and 3D Virtual Exhibition.
Beyond her current exhibition, Amy has expanded upon her work with paint into the digital world where she further manipulates her images obtained from her original paintings and then using the techniques she has mastered as a graphic artist to create new digital works. We hope to show you more of her work in the future!
Check out our collection of original works from her exhibition along with some limited-edition, hand-signed Fine Art Prints of her art in our Gallery Store.