She’s focused much of her art career in metaphysical painting – studies of ghostly imagery. She’s recently also been inspired by the natural world of Camano Island and has pursued straight landscape painting.
Committed to continuing her education in artistic expression, Amy is currently getting her MFA in Creative Writing at Goddard College. She sees language, literature and visual art as all connected.
“It’s about a lot of emotional energy – writing and painting are two sides of the same coin.”
Her professional career has been as diverse as her art – an army pilot turned Boeing project manager, that creative energy has been a part of everything she does.
Amy moved to Camano Island nearly seven years ago and has been working tirelessly on remodeling her home over those years. She is excited to see it complete soon and ready to share with tour visitors in her newly designed studio.