Amy’s work represents more than just a beautiful image, her interest lies in capturing the natural environment focusing on the underwater world and more recently the solar system. Revealing the force, power and harmony in nature, her work seeks to rouse the emotions and connect us with the beauty found in nature and envelope the viewer in energy and colour of landscapes, seascapes, skies and cityscapes.
Amy creates large format images in sizes up to 6' x 4' which opens up a wide space for her audience to escape to and reflect upon, explore and transpose themselves.
The potential intensity of colour, luminosity and vibrancy particularly found in Wales makes it a joy and great challenge to work here and I am currently focusing my work on the patterns in nature - specifically trees, birds, and fish. I am also developing a range of oil paintings based on the Lost Chambers aquariums in Dubai and 3D decorative art based on patterns – range available soon.
Scholarships, Qualifications and training
• 1997 British Academy Scholarship to study Pg.Dip. Conservation of Wall
Paintings & Frescoes (Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, London)
• 1992-94 ‘A’ Level Art – St David’s Sixth Form College, Cardiff
• 1990 – Training with Welsh National Opera – Scenic Art
2018 - Artist in Residence, St Canna's Cardiff
Wales Arts Review 2018: https://www.walesartsreview.org/visual-arts-landscapes-boundary-art/
2020 - Shortlisted for the Royal Arts Prize IV Edition 2020, Royal Opera Arcade, London
2020 - Online FORM Exhibition, The Art Project UK
2020 - Royal Arts Prize, Royal Opera Arcade, London
2020 - Blue Planet - Solo Exhibition at Hearth Gallery Llandough Hospital, UK (Arts for Health and Wellbeing)
2019 - Stronger Together Exhibition (group), Blackwater Gallery Cardiff UK
2019 - Hearth Gallery Open Winter Exhibition, Cardiff UK
2018 - Landforms Exhibition (group) Boundary Art, Cardiff
2008 - Solo Exhibition - NosDa, Cardiff UK
2002- Solo Exhibition at Waterloo Gallery, London, UK