Gifted with a playful eye and an artistic talent, Amanda Browder is slowly gaining notoriety for her colorful installations, both big and small. Often depicting common objects in uncommon ways, Amanda Browder challenges perceptions in a very lighthearted manner. Whether her sculptures involve faux campfires made out of plush materials or a large cascading quilt over a building, she puts together visually stimulating works of art that will make people smile brilliantly.
Born in Montana and based in Brooklyn, New York, Amanda Browder is found to often work with recycled materials and fabrics. She considers these fabrics to be very important on a sentimental level rather than an eco-friendly one. She observes they have their "own code and associations," stating, "when you create something with fabric, those feelings come into the object."
Colorfully Plush Installations
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