Amy Sol is an American artist of Korean ancestry, who lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is a member in good standing of a loose knit community of artists practicing Pop Surreal, Lowbrow, or, as Robert Williams defines it, "cartoon-tainted abstract surrealism." She typically paints upon treated wooden panel, incorporating the grain of the wood into the painting. Her style integrates both narrative and figurative styles with the mystic. Sol's works are characterized by young maidens in dream-like nature settings with oversized or sometimes fanciful creatures. One gets a sense that the girls are interacting with the animals as mythic partners or perhaps "familiars." There is no indication that these animals are pets; rather friends or perhaps partners. The exotic landscapes include plants, impossible trees, mist & fog, clouds, flowers, and rolling hills.
|Movement:||Pop Surreal, Cartoon-Tainted Abstract Surrealism|
About Amy Sol
South African painter and artist who is known for her portraiture work and fantasy-inspired art pieces which often feature forrest landscapes and other mythical elements. She shares her diverse sculptures, paintings, and drawings through Instagram for her over 110,000 followers.
She started uploading images of her artwork through her website in 2010. She the started gaining further attention in 2017 when she had her first major exhibition at the Pow! Wow! Hawaii group show at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
She is also known for running an online web store through her self-titled website where she sells pencil sketches, oil paintings, sculptures, and prints.
She was born and raised in South Africa.
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