Artist Amy Goodwin says of her work, "with each painting I start out with a phrase or idea but ultimately the works are determined by the decisions that arise in the process of their making. Responses to images and shapes suggests their paint application; hard and soft edges, highly chromatic or muted. Some of the work is made by directly applying paint and ink to a surface, and others result from painting separate elements and collaging them together. I work on several series at once, some of which are figurative while others explore non-narrative abstraction. All of the artworks end up informing one another."
Goodwin’s work has been exhibited at Mark Miller Gallery in New York, Susan Maasch Fine Art in Portland, Maine, McGowan Fine Art in Concord, New Hampshire, Charlestown Gallery in Rhode Island, among others. In 1994 Goodwin received the Etan Manasse Prize from Yale University where she received her MFA.
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