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Hi! My name is Amy and I love to make things with my hands. You can view my complete portfolio at www.amymisle.com

When I sit and stare I observe an elegant, radial beauty in life; I create art in hopes that it will make you take notice, too.

My love to sit and stare has given birth to a process of creation with a desire to waste nothing. When my hands are busy I am more present in my body, I sit and stare in a way that deepens my connection with the universe and celebrates being in time and space. I envision my clay process as a life cycle; fresh porcelain is awakened by my hands and shaped into the platters that I love to create, the remnants are morphed into an array of objects until nothing remains.

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Amy was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, April 18, 1986…

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  • Born on April 18
  • Joined February 15, 2009

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porcelain, found objects, rocks, and natural goodies from the earth

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About

Hi! My name is Amy and I love to make things with my hands. You can view my complete portfolio at www.amymisle.com

When I sit and stare I observe an elegant, radial beauty in life; I create art in hopes that it will make you take notice, too.

My love to sit and stare has given birth to a process of creation with a desire to waste nothing. When my hands are busy I am more present in my body, I sit and stare in a way that deepens my connection with the universe and celebrates being in time and space. I envision my clay process as a life cycle; fresh porcelain is awakened by my hands and shaped into the platters that I love to create, the remnants are morphed into an array of objects until nothing remains.

BIO

Amy was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, April 18, 1986. In 2008 she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, Co with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art Sculpture. Amy is currently settled in Casper, Wyoming where she is creating her functional and sculptural porcelain items. Her list of custom designs and commissions continues to grow as she explores her work in her unique porcelain style.

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