About Amy

I love visually interpreting manuscripts, whether they're my own or a colleague's. I get such a thrill from volleying ideas from hearts to heads to canvas and back again. While I specialize in children's literature and space concept art, I'm interested in working in any genre.

My personal gallery work is an intersection with my work in social science, theology, and the aerospace field. I research, analyze, and interpret existential influences and their effects on institutions and communities.

My latest encaustic gallery series lends a viscerally human element to futurism, bringing the space-age bedtime stories of our ancestors uncomfortably close to reality. Founding my multi-layered wax visions on the history of my new town, I paint the ever-evolving story of humanity's pioneering spirit by turning my local geological wonderscape into a hopeful settlement not quite of this world.