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Kintsugi Moon by Amanda Amend
Santiago de Compostela The End of the Camino by Amanda Amend
Willa by Amanda Amend
High Sierras by Amanda Amend
Rock Pond Triptych 2 by Amanda Amend
Water Worlds 1 by Amanda Amend
Burlington Boathouse by Amanda Amend
Persimmons and fog by Amanda Amend
From the Hill by Amanda Amend
Camel's Hump by Amanda Amend
El Portal Sevilla by Amanda Amend
La Platte River Fall by Amanda Amend
Champlain Gold 2 by Amanda Amend
Louisa Howard Chapel by Amanda Amend
Rock Pond Triptych 1 by Amanda Amend
End of the Day Hokkaido by Amanda Amend
Near Ambleside by Amanda Amend
On Sicily by Amanda Amend
Champlain Sky by Amanda Amend
Mount Philo Fall by Amanda Amend
Cabo San Vicente by Amanda Amend
El Puente Nuevo, Ronda, Spain by Amanda Amend
Champlain Shore by Amanda Amend
Mount Philo Winter by Amanda Amend
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About Amanda Amend
Amanda Amend captures the mystery behind the everyday in luminous watercolor. Often described as atmospheric and ethereal, the subtle qualities of her work are balanced by a powerful, disciplined use of color, values, and compositional choices that reflect unique perspectives.
The artist recently discovered her passion for watercolor, and she is largely self-taught. Her educational background is in music and linguistics rather than in studio arts, however those disciplines have given her the analytical and practice-oriented frameworks from which to master watercolor's difficult techniques. Further, the structures of language and music provide a conceptual basis for understanding visual composition, and these careers have taken her across the U.S. and abroad, to places and experiences which inspire her paintings.
Vermont is now Amanda's home, and in her twelve years of painting she has won awards in exhibitions throughout the state. She is a signature member of the Vermont Watercolor Society, and she has shown in juried, invitational and solo exhibitions. In 2019 a collaboration with the Barn Opera Company of Brandon, Vermont, spotlighted her work, and the watercolor "Her Breakaway" won the Finley Memorial Award at the prestigious Green Mountain Watercolor Exhibition. Amanda's glowing watercolors are in private collections throughout the United States and in Europe.