Amy’s work is available for sale through Hibberd/McGrath Gallery in Breckenridge, CO. Some of her recent pieces are below.
She also does artwork on commission.
6” x 5”
Lady Godiva protested the over-taxation of the townspeople by her husband by riding through town on her horse covered only by her hair.
The Three Fates III: Atropos Cut the Thread of Life
4.5” x 6”
Clotho spun the thread of life. Lachesis measured it and wove it into the cloth of life, and the eldest sister, Atropos, cut the thread at the end of life.
The Three Fates I: Clotho’s Thread
4.25” x 5.25”
The youngest of the three fates, Clotho, spun the thread of life. Her middle sister, Lachesis, measured it and wove it into the cloth of life, and her oldest sister, Atropos, cut the thread at the end of life.
4 3/4” x 5 1/2”
Inspired by the Greek myth of the young princess, Atalanta, who resisted following the traditional role of women, this piece depicts the moment when she succumbed to the temptation of the apple thrown in front of her by a racing suitor who eventually won the race and her love.