Creativity is the way we share our souls with the world
For artist Amy Zander, creating art is like breathing - a must have for everyday life. “I’ve been creating for as long as I can remember”, she says. A Two Rivers, Wisconsin native who currently resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Amy’s life passion has been creative expression through art. She feels that life is too short to work with just one medium so she works often with acrylic paint, clay, fused glass, metal and recycled items. The self-taught artist has a love for providing an opportunity for others to experience art first-hand by community involvement projects, like murals, Empty Bowls benefits and classes.
Amy is also an experienced, in-demand instructor providing kids-to-seniors the chance to create art of their own. She has taught classes at the Rahr West Art Museum in Manitowoc, Wisconsin for the American Fired Art Alliance and hosts her locally popular “Art Night” – a fun filled, hands on, personally-instructed monthly class. Amy also provides private events and fundraisers, using art to bring people together for a common purpose.
Amy has been published in Fired Arts Magazine, Lakeshore You Magazine and featured on the cover of Ceramics Art & Crafts Magazine.