Amy Guidry Touches Surrealism
Amy Guidry is an American artist based in Lafayette, LA, originally from Slidell a suburb of New Orleans. She has a degree from Loyola University of New Orleans in Visual Arts having received the Loyola University Art Scholarship, only one each graduation year. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums at United States including the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Aljira a Center for Contemporary Art, Brandeis University, the PhilaMOCA, the Paul & Lulu Hilliard Art Museum, and the Acadiana Center for the Arts. Moreover, private and public collection host her work.
“My interest in Art and Psychology began at a young age and continues to influence my work to this day.” she has stated, and this is evident in her paintings. Her work can vary from a calm face with purple butterflies to a ragging tiger. She expresses feelings, relationships, nature and how one iteract with the other.
“With Surrealism being the grand marriage of the [Art and Psychology], I was naturally drawn to every aspect behind the movement. Themes I explore involve the human psyche- who we are and how we interact with each other, and the world we live in- our relationship with other animals and nature, as well as the cycle of life and connections between all life forms. I work in series, each painting has its own message, with the overall concept conveying respect for all of nature and humanity“. And still she is very young to narrate more stories with her paintings. Enjoy.
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