Thank you for finding your way to me! I'm excited to share my work with you, and I hope you find something here that makes you smile, laugh, or think. 

Making art is my happy place. I'll try anything beautiful.

Amy lives and works on beautiful Whidbey Island, a 60-mile long island in the Puget Sound, accessible from the south by a Washington State Ferry. She fell in love and moved to Whidbey in 2011 , and has been making this small community her home ever since. Whidbey is full of inspiration, from the incredibly encouraging community of talented artists, to the enchanting natural vistas in every direction. Amy loves to hike and explore the Island and beyond, constantly seeking something beautiful to go home and paint!

Most days, you can find Amy working part-time teaching environmental education for a local non-profit, and also managing her husband's home construction office. She also performs in an alt-country bluegrass band, called Weatherside Whiskey Band

Art has been an important part of Amy's life since childhood, and she is always seeking new ways to make beautiful things. There is always a long list of projects to try, and supplies to purchase! She has previously shown her work at the First Thursday Art Walk at Occidental Park, and at the Blue Water Art Works Gallery in Poulsbo, WA.