Education and Background
Amy earned her BA in Studio Art from Mills College in Oakland, CA and her MA from Webster University in St. Louis, MO. She has worked in various ceramic studios teaching hand building and wheelthrowing to children and adults. Her sculptural and functional work has been shown in galleries and art auctions in the Midwest and California. She has worked in various art galleries and educational institutions including Craft Alliance Gallery, Palo Alto Art Center, Duanne Reed Gallery, Forest Park Community College, and public and private elementary schools in CA and the Midwest.
“I love to help people explore their creativity and enhance their artistic skill set. Art is very important in my life and teaching and creating art with people is very inspiring. Working in a studio environment is a wonderful place for people to learn from each other and bring their ideas to life.”