Wednesday, February 1, 2012

enormous tiny art 11 and other news

I'm happy to again be part of Enormous Tiny Art at Nahcotta gallery in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  It's a wonderful group show of original art all under 10 inches square and all pieces are available on their website.

February 1944, Anita and me - Verna
original oil painting on wood block
3.5 by 4.5 inches

For the show I did a series based on some of the vintage photos I've collected from estate sales and ebay over the years.  I chose to work only with images that were written on and used that writing as the titles.  The six pieces in the series (along with a few of my little portrait blocks) are available on my page of the Enormous Tiny website - here.


After many requests the Sebastian Foster gallery and I have printed a second edition of "rebecca wore a dress of wildflowers."  This version is slightly smaller - the size of the orginal piece and is an edition of 250.  You can buy it here in my store or through the Sebastian Foster gallery.


I'm thrilled to be the featured artist in the absolutely beautiful Australian magazine Frankie.  There's a lot of beautifully printed images, an interview (that I've been too nervous to reread in all it's printed glory so I hope it's good) and even a poster.  You can read about the magazine here.


Momo Luna said...

All good things Amanda, that's great. Not a surprise because your art is great. I love the painting a lot.

Hayley Cafarella said...

I've been a fan of your work for a while now, I must admit that I cheered when I saw your feature in Frankie. Well done & very well deserved! :)

Grace | labor posters said...

Hello Amanda,

I'm glad that all things are positive on your career right now. Please continue inspiring other artists!

Oil Paintings said...

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