Approachable – That’s how fine artist Amy Sullivan wants people to feel about both her and her paintings. “You don’t have to know about art – you just have to enjoy it!” she says.
Despite early creative leanings, Amy’s career initially took her down a decades-long path in corporate sales. That path served her well, honing her communication and business skills, but she eventually heeded her heart’s call to be the creative person she was meant to be. She first marketed herself as a decorative artist before finally settling into the life of a fine artist, painting daily in her North Carolina studio.
Whether landscapes, abstracts, or her tobacco barn paintings, they are studies in simplicity, Amy’s paintings draw the viewer in with their moody complexity. Textural and dimensional, luminous and intriguing, they capture snapshots of emotion that allow the imagination to soar.