Piece description from the artist
-Limited Edition Giclee print created in Nashville, TN
-Limited edition of 50 prints in this series listed here is Print #1
-Archival inks are giclee printed on 100% Cotton archival Paper
-There is a 2.0" white border between the image and the edge of the paper
-Print is unframed
-Print is signed, dated, titled and numbered on the front in pencil
-Certificate of Authenticity included with print
-If purchased with others in the series, polyptych discount of 15% to apply to purchase.
Playing with my own photographs allows me to explore not only what is seen but what could be. With this series, I hope to evoke a similar curiosity in the viewer, taking something as simple as a chair and featuring it in graphic and colorful pop-art influenced compositions.
Born in Nashville, TN in 1979, Amanda Lomax is a lens-based artist living and working in Nashville, TN. Ms. Lomax holds a cum laude degree in Communications from Boston University, completing coursework in darkroom and digital photography. She was selected as a Teaching Assistant at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and Maine Media College, and spent several summers learning from renowned photographers Cig Harvey, Joyce Tenneson, Aline Simpson and Susan Burnstine. She is a recipient of the 2020 TriStar Arts Award and a graduate of the Periscope Arts Program.
Her work uses digital photography and technology to manifest abstract ideas into tangible pieces of art. She refers to this process as 'Photographic Techspressionism’. This process allows her to play with the boundaries between photography and digital art, drawing inspiration from organic landscapes and her own emotional responses. She is deeply influenced by the work of Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman and Josef Albers. Color is fundamental as she relies on it to produce a heightened emotional and visual experience for the viewer.