Thursday, August 7, 2014

In Celebration of Street Art - Inspiration

So much beauty in the world - I love street art! Check out this video...


















And this one too...



















And don't forget the power of sculpture. I did some pieces like this in grad school - but this artist certainly perfected it and takes it to a more refined place. So cool!




Wednesday, July 30, 2014

So Excited to Be Highlighted - Sac Open Studios Tour

I am honored to have been chosen as a selected artist by one of this year's Open Studio Tour guest curators, Rachel Teagle. 

Rachel is the Director of the new Schrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. The previous 15 years she was a museum director at various sites in San Diego and in the Bay Area, and was a curator at the SF MOMA and the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego among others. I am joined by a dozen artists (or so) who will be highlighted (out of 125+ participating artists) in this year's tour. 

Feeling much gratitude for this recognition. Thank you Rachel!

About Rachel Teagle - UC Davis

Thursday, July 24, 2014

CAST 2014 Sacramento Open Studios

SAVE THE DATE!

Amy Green Art - Open Studios
Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
5120 Oak Point Way, Fair Oaks, CA 95628

Join me for art appreciation and light refreshments.

I will show several pieces from my watercolor and ink body of work. This will be the first time these pieces will be shared publicly. Some intaglio etching prints will be on display too. I will be available to discuss any of my processes and inspirations and can answer any questions about my work. I would love to meet you and chat!

There is no obligation to buy, but work will be priced for sale.  Cash, credit card and check accepted.

Join the fun of the 2014 Sacramento Open Studio Tour! For details or to request a printed Open Studios Guide, please email me at amyjasongreen@comcast.net.

Hope to see you there,
Amy

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Nature Walk on "Lost At E Minor" online magazine

Got some publicity today at "Lost At E Minor" online publication by contributing writer, Kate Farrall.  I'm honored to be highlighted!  Check out the article.