Amanda Adams (b. 1977, California, United States) is a self-taught painter working primarily in oil on canvas and wood. Her work distills feelings of space, emptiness, and fullness into large, lively, and sometimes crude physical form. She is influenced by the southern Californian deserts of her childhood, and, having lived in Quebec in her early adult years, the boundless and ever-changing Canadian landscape. Amanda began publicly showing her work in 2016, and since then has participated in several exhibitions, most notably Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts’ auction group show and ‘Inventions in Color and Light’ at Lynnwood Convention Center, in 2018.
Amanda now lives and works near Seattle, Washington.
Nov 2018 Skagit Artists Art’s Alive Group Show, La Conner, WA
July – Dec. 2018 ‘Inventions in Color and Light’ Group Show, Lynnwood Convention Center, Lynnwood, WA
April 2018 Center on Contemporary Art (COCA) Seattle, WA Group Show
2018 – Twitter Art Exhibit Group Show benefiting Pegasus Riding for the Disabled of the ACT Inc., Strathnairn Arts Gallery, Canberra, ACT, Australia
March – April 2018 Schack Art Center Everett, WA Group Show
March 2018 – Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL Auction Group Show
March – May 2018 – Proper Joe Coffeehouse, Snohomish, WA
2017 – Twitter Art Exhibit Group Show benefiting Molly Olly’s Wishes, Stratford Arts House, Warwickshire, UK
2016 – Twitter Art Exhibit Group Show benefiting Foster Pride, Trygve Lie Gallery, New York, NY
February 2016 – LaVie LaVie Comptoir, St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada Group Show
2019 – ’24 Hours in Downtown Snohomish’, Eat.Stay.Love.Snoco Blog. Article here.
2018 – ‘Artists play with color, light in Lynnwood exhibit’, The Daily Herald, Everett, WA
2018 – Center on Contemporary Art (COCA) ‘Creativity Persists’ Show and Member Directory
Several works in private collections in Quebec, Canada and in the U.S.