Amanda Kidd Schall combines monotype, chine colle, dry point etching, and linoleum block printing to create spontaneous, multi-dimensional works. Using these techniques, she creates abstractions of landscape and nature that explore themes of femininity, cartography, elevating everyday scenes into dynamic works of art. Amanda collects source material everywhere she goes, from snow drifts to dried puddles. An alumnae of Clark University, Amanda is an internationally-recognized professional art framer,in addition to teaching printmaking classes at her alma mater as an adjunct professor. Amanda’s work has been displayed in the Worcester and Fitchburg Art Museums, as well as in many galleries regionally. She lives and works in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Amanda Kidd Schall
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