Artist

Amy Early
Mooresville, North Carolina

In college, Amy Early thought she wanted to be a photographer. She took several classes where she learned composition, and developed her artistic "eye," before ultimately pursuing painting eight years ago. Working in layers, Amy paints until she sees the balance emerge and decides that the painting is where she wants it to be. She usually starts with an idea in mind, and very often finds herself with a completely new idea by the end. In her current work, Amy explores geometric shapes and various things that inspire her from nature. It is her intention to deconstruct them and present them in a completely new light. She uses light and airy backdrops, with rich pops of color that are pleasing to the eye. She sees her pieces as modern representations of abstract art. Fun fact: Amy is also a musician and songwriter at heart. Usually in every spare moment she has, she is practicing guitar or constructing songs.

Artist and Customer Comments


Maryecrowley 1/27/2016 | 9:22 AM

HI Everyone!

Teal Pops
by AMY EARLY


Acrylic painting on wood
One-of-a-kind
Signed on front
2015

14" h x 11" w x .75" d
5 lbs. 12 oz.

$275


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I created this painting in tandem with a few other small abstract pieces that I was working on all at once. I wanted to use similar color palettes and themes throughout the work, but allow each piece to be unique and flow creatively. This painting is on a cradled wood panel with finished edges. This piece comes wired to hang.

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