"For me painting is about using all I know and feel reflecting my experience of the world; of love, loss, the mundane to the spiritual, all underpinned by a fascination with humanity’s relationship to nature. Within this I am interested in the act of painting itself; the movement and gesture, the potential. I am addicted to this potential, this very honest moment of the striped back truth of an immediacy between hand, paintbrush and paint. To paint something that feels genuine is what I am trying to achieve." More...
Born 1983, Scotland.
Amy currently lives in Amsterdam where she is in her final year of a Master of Fine Arts degree at the Sandberg Instituut.
Amy grew up in a small village in rural south-west Scotland. She studied at the Edinburgh College of Art from 2001-2005 and gained a BA (Hons) degree in Sculpture. She has exhibited her paintings widely since graduating, living and working in Glasgow, Edinburgh, East Lothian and Dumfries and Galloway before moving to Amsterdam in 2017 to pursue her Masters degree. She will be moving back to Glasgow where she has a studio in July 2019.