WAOWing the Centennial State / Evans, Amy
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Evans, Amy

Amy Evans

Running Around
oil
14" x 11"
$675.00

Being outdoors as a part of the landscape while painting feeds my soul and gives my work a quality that can't be
obtained any other way. The sounds, scents, weather and ever-changing light encountered firsthand outdoors
affect my use of color as well as my brush as I paint a moment in time. I find that even when working in the studio,
reference materials that I have gathered outdoors are primary sources of remembrance that translate into my art.
My paintings capture the elements that brought me my source of inspiration: color and light. Light inspires me the
most and is the most important part of my work. My paintings bring joy as well as a sense of
peace to me. They hopefully invoke those same feelings to the viewer.