Amy Kaufman

Flowers/Fruit/Land&Seascapes/Abstract

Artist contact info:

617-916-2025

amy@kaufmanart.com

KaufmanArt.com

 

Spring 2020 Exhibit Location #16  Wheelchair Accessible

New Art Center  
61 Washington Park
Newtonville
 
 
There are multiple artists at this location; see list

 

Contemporary Colorful Unique Paintings, Monotypes; Flowers, Fruit, Landscapes, Seascapes, Abstract; Various Sizes.

Making room for new art so ask about the great discounts on her older paintings.

Inspiration comes from everyday events and traveling. My color palette reflects my life near the seashore as well as being in the city. Seascapes, landscapes, people, buildings, patterns, and textures, all have an effect on my work. The vivid colors I use in my paintings are warm and alluring, inviting you when viewing it, to respond to my art. I always enjoyed the moment I feel inspired to start a piece of art to have it completed. The final outcome is not planned but rather morphs into what it becomes. I like to show the layering of the pieces whether it is the texture, the brushstrokes or the colors underneath. This way, each time you look at my art, you see more details and surprises.

You may have seen her painting on the cover of the Spring 2016 Catalog for Newton Community Education and on billboards across the city. Her painting "Flowers in Bloom" was on the cover of the New Art Center Spring 2015 Catalog. Her art have been selected as part of Newton's FenceART as well as exhibited at Mount Auburn Healthcare in Waltham.

You can see Kaufman's paintings in the Hollywood movie "Bride Wars" starring Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway.

Her art was featured in the annual "Southern New England Home" magazine.

You may have seen her art at Masterpiece Gallery and Diana Levine Fine Art at the Boston Design Center, Thos. Moser in Greenwich, CT, Left Bank Gallery and Camila Richman Fine Arts in Cape Cod, MA, and Depot Square Gallery in Lexington, MA.
 

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