Regina Ammermanís distinctive artwork is represented in private collections in Italy, Spain, France, and Germany, as well as throughout the United States.
In many of her paintings she pairs watercolors with dried botanicals to form unique images with a subtle 3-D effect. She developed her own technique of layering colors using plants as stencils and her own hand-made stencils. Themes vary from southwestern to wildflowers, European scenes to religious art. Working on yupo has led to a more contemporary look and given her a chance to create memory paintings for individual clients.
Besides working as an artist, Reginaís professional experience includes being a teacher, a seamstress, and an interpreter. Other creative interests are sewing, quilt making, baking, gourmet cooking, reading, woodworking, woodcarving, stenciling, decorating, traveling, and writing. She has sold her work in galleries and shops throughout the state of Arizona, where she has resided for 45 years.
Originally from Atlantic City, NJ, Regina received her Masterís Degree from Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT and her Bachelorís from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. Her studio is in Tucson where she continues to paint while currently teaching the art of making pasta.