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I am an emerging Hamilton Artist. I recently graduated from York University's Studio Visual Arts program with honours and have made it my goal to show the world my art. For the past two years I have been part of 11 group shows and 10 solo exhibits. I have curated one group exhibit at the Pearl Company, commissioned to complete over 25 commissions and sold another 85 pieces.
I tend to dabble into all sorts of mediums from intaglio and woodcut printing to painting of all sorts and photography. The themes of my work change as often as my choice of medium; ranging from social comments to contrasting religion and society to pure abstraction.
2007-2011 York University Visual Arts (Studio) Honours Bachelors of Fine Arts
Areas of Specialization: Painting and Print Media
2010 Humber College Wedding Planning Course
Exhibitions (Solo Shows are marked with an asterisk **)
December 2011 **2nd Annual Amanda McIntyre Solo Exhibit, Papa Leo's Restaurant (Hamilton)
Nov. 2011 3rd Annual Art and Photography Show, Presbyterian Church (Caledonia)
Oct. - Nov 2011 **Solo Exhibit, The Blue Dog Cafe (Brantford)
October 2011 **2nd Annual Amanda McIntyre Solo Exhibit, Cagney's Pub (Hamilton)
July 2011 Loose Ends Exhibit, The Pearl Company (Hamilton) - Curator
June 2011 Open Art Event, Gore Park (Hamilton)
May - June 2011 Hamilton Art Market, Staircase Theatre (Hamilton)
March 2011 Print Studio Exhibit, Gales Gallery, York University (Toronto)
March 2011 Moulten (Open House Exhibit), York University (Toronto)
February 2011 **The Style Show (De Stijl), Special Projects Gallery, York University (Toronto)
Nov. - Feb. 2011 **Everwood Spa and Wellness Centre (Dundas)
November 2010 Painting: Pre-1950's Strategies Class Show, York University (Toronto)
November 2010 2nd Annual Art and Photography Show, Anglican Church (Caledonia)
October 2010 Outdoor Open Art Show, Edinbourough Square (Caledonia)
September 2010 **Natures Show, Papa Leo's Restaurant (Hamilton)
July 2010 **Complete Works Show, Bronte Art Gallery (Oakville)
May 2010 **Reverse Religion Show, Grand River Gallery (Caledonia)
April 2010 **Pub Art Show, Cagney's Pub (Hamilton)
March 2010 Upper Level Student Art Show, York University (Toronto)
June 2007 Serendipity, Fieldcote Museum and Gallery (Ancaster)
Current Gallery Representation and/or Agents
The following are 3 – 6 month contract exhibition displays in different venues that are displaying and selling my work.
December 2011 - Permanent Mountain Bookstore, Hamilton, On.
December 2011 - Summer 2012 Framing and Art Centre, Hamilton, On.
October - November 2011 Blue Dog Cafe, Brantford, On.
September 2010 - July 2011 Grand River Gallery, Caledonia, On.
October 2010 - October 2011 Your Place Restaurant, Hamilton, On.
November 2010 – Permanent Therapy Lounge, Brantford, On.
June 2010 - Permanent Papa Leo's Restaurant, Hamilton, On.
Since my first solo show in April 2010, I have been commissioned to complete over 30 paintings/series for individual persons.
These pieces remain in their personal households; at least 100 pieces were sold at shows.
Media Coverage/Interviews/ Publications
November 17th, 2010, 101.9, Interview with Andrew Gerrior, Mohawk Radio.
August 2010, Reverse Religion, Self Published Book (20 page book of series, colour prints and text).
April 19th, 2010, Local Girl Shows her Talent, by Tamara Botting - Glanbrook Gazette.
July 8th, 2011, Papa Leo's by Beaux Mondes
July 14th, 2011, Binbrook Native Canvasses for other Emerging Artists by Laura Lennie - Stoney Creek News.
July 18th, 2011, Undiscovered Gems Emerge by Debra Downey - Dundas News.
July 21st, 2011, Binbrook Artist Curates Exhibit by Mike Burgess - Glanbrook Gazette
July 2011, Interview with McMaster Radio Station.
March 7th, 2012, Hamilton Spectator by Daniel Kislenko