Photograph by Liz Marie Sanders

Amanda Michele Brown is an abstract artist, living and working in Brooklyn.

Amanda Michele Brown is an Arkansas-born and Wisconsin-raised abstract artist currently living and creating in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn, New York. Her colorful and energetic paintings are experiments in duality, balancing chaos with order to visually mirror the dichotomy of feelings tied to memories. Each piece serves as an echo of the mixed emotions felt when remembering everyday moments. While the moments represented are fleeting, her artwork is a meditation on time, breaking down the memory into structure and flow.

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Curriculum Vitae

Solo & Two-Person Exhibitions

The One Well Boutique, Aura (solo), Brooklyn, NY

Dreyfus University Center, Symbiosis, Stevens Point, WI

Selected Group Exhibitions


440 Gallery, Patterns, Juried by Sarah E. Brook, Brooklyn, NY

Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn, NY

Trestle Gallery, Here, Now, Juried by Dexter Wimberly, Brooklyn, NY

J. Mane Gallery, Third Place, Watercolor Online Art Exhibition

Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

University of North Dakota, Plain Brown Wrapper: National Undergraduate Print Portfolio Biennial Competition, Grand Forks, ND

Janet Turner Print Museum, Turner National Print Competition, Chico, CA

Creede Arts Council, Small Print Show, Creede, CO

Agnes Jones Gallery, Foundations Show, Stevens Point, WI


2D Intensive with Padma Rajendran, NYC Crit Club

Critical Feedback Program, Trestle Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI

Bachelors of Arts (Arts Management), University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI

Grants & Other Experiences

Getaway Artist Fellowship, Eastern Catskills, New York

Maker’s Magazine, Issue 3: The Blues, Artwork Feature

Yen Magazine, Issue 61: Brighten Up, Guest Artist

UWSP Student Research Grant, The Study of Life: A Collection of Large Scale Works on Paper


Works on Paper Archive, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI