Amy Goodwin

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Education
Yale University, MFA
Rhode Island School of Design, BFA
1986Glasgow School of Art, exchange
Exhibitions
McGuire Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Wasabi - Nave Gallery, Sommerville, MA
McGuire Gallery, Provincetown, MA
"Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art",
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
Boston Drawing Project, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA
Cornelius Ayer Wood Gallery, Middlesex School, Concord, MA
RISD Faculty Biennial, Rhode Island School of Design Museum,
Providence, RI
New England Photographers 2003, Danforth Museum, Framingham,
MA
Vending Machine Project, International Contemporary Furniture Fair,
New York, NY
Playland, Revolving Museum, Lowell, MA
Word Play, Art Institute of Boston, Boston, MA
"Persona", Somerville Museum, Sommerville, MA
"Garden Art", Rhode Island School of Design Museum,
Providence, RI
"RISD on the Road", Providence, RI, Boston, MA, San Francisco,
CA, Philadelphia, PA
"Gender Power", Salve Regina University, McKillop Gallery,
Newport, RI
"New Art 97", Kingston Gallery, juried by Christoph Grunenberg,
Curator, ICA, Boston, MA
RISD Faculty Biennial, Rhode Island School of Design Museum,
Providence, RI
"The Art in Design", The Wheeler Gallery, Providence, RI
Teaching
Rhode Island School of Design, Faculty, Foundation Studies
Awards
1994Etan Manasse Prize, Yale
Collections
Fidelity Investments
Selected Bibliography
Harvard Review 27, Christina Thomposon,
"Happy Birthday Painting" (cover image)
2003New York Times, William Hamilton, "Vending Machine Project"
(review)
The Middlesex Beat, Gwendolyn Holbrow, "A Renaissance Woman
for the 21st Century: Amy Goodwin"
Metrowest Daily News, Brooke Leister, "New England
Photographers 03" (review)
Art New England, Shawn Hill, "Persona" (review)

Artist's Statement

Floating and hovering images repeatedly appear in my encaustic work.  I like when illusions are created simply by choosing a particular color or by selecting an unusual vantage.  The swim paintings, and all water imagery, lend themselves to the encaustic technique in that they are figurative representations trapped within a once fluid state.

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