Amy Ferron is a mixed media artist whose unique shapes create their own fantastic worlds. Amy's decades as a master quilter inform her painting style, translating from fabric into paint and collage the artful play of papers that she uses to define space with light and dark. Her paintings and collages have been exhibited at the Whatcom Museum, Cascadia Art Museum, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle City Hall, Anacortes Art Festival and numerous other local galleries and juried shows.
Amy paints her backgrounds and then applies handmade paper, hand painted paper, purchased papers and maps to create unique landscapes. Her favorite tools are scissors, rotary cutters and X-acto knives.
Influenced by the art of Henri Rousseau and Rex Ray, she creates unique garden scenes and landscapes. Her current pieces show flower gardens responding to the environment in which they are placed. The "flowers" grow in the dark of night as well as under a brilliant light from above.