Amy Palmer is a contemporary artist working in graphite and water based oils her subjects include Women in Boxes and Lineal Land/Seascapes.
Inspirations include Frida Kahlo, George Rodrigue, Outsider Artist.
Education: Rhode Island School of Design. Biography: Amy Palmer has spent her life obsessed with the unusual; the unsettling force of light in nature, the random shapes of negative spaces, the enormity of the unknown. Her work represents the different archetypes of women and the choices they make; some are dangerous, some safe, and others irreverent. Amy notes, “These choices can make us feel like victims. At the end of the day, however, we are our decisions. They are who we become. There is depth in all women, and we do what we need to salvage our sanity – through our voices and choices.”