studied painting and drawing at SUNY Purchase (BFA), and the University at Buffalo (MFA). She currently practices her art and lives in Niagara Falls, NY, in a modest but endlessly inspiring Arts & Crafts bungalow near the Niagara Gorge with her boyfriend and three cats. In addition to teaching classes and workshops at the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, the Buffalo Arts Studio, and the Western New York Book Arts Center, Amy is an adjunct professor at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh's online division. She is also a graphic designer at Prometheus Books in Amherst, NY.
As an unwavering advocate of the DIY (Do It Yourself) movement, Amy has also been making zines (self-published, photocopied magazines) and books as an alternate art form for over a decade, is a member of the Western New York Book Arts Collaborative, and has participated in the Buffalo Small Press Book Fair and Canzine in Toronto, Canada.
She has exhibited her paintings, drawings, prints, books, and zines locally and nationally, and her work is included in private collections in the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
For more information, visit amygreenan.com