Announcement Thank you for visiting my shop! I try to complete anywhere from 10-20 original drawings per year and will add them to my shop here upon completion. I rarely do paintings, but any personal pieces I make or pieces I made for shows that did not sell will be added to my shop as well <3
Thank you for visiting my shop! I try to complete anywhere from 10-20 original drawings per year and will add them to my shop here upon completion. I rarely do paintings, but any personal pieces I make or pieces I made for shows that did not sell will be added to my shop as well <3
Amy + Art = True Love
I opened this shop a while back but only recently started selling my work on here in order to give my followers and collectors an equal opportunity to snatch up an original piece they might have their eye on. I do not sell many prints (at this time), so my originals are typically the one and only, making your purchase even more unique and one-of-a-kind, quite literally!
Amy K Minchew
Amy Minchew currently resides in Atlanta Georgia with her husband and 2 mastiffs. Her work revolves around the female figure with added elements of flora, Art Nouveau ornaments and frames, and mandalas.
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Frequently asked questions
How are your drawings shipped?
Original drawings are always shipped secured between two sturdy foam boards to avoid any bending by the shipping providers. They are then taped to avoid any water damage in the case of rain or leaks.
What type of paper is used for your original drawings?
I use all different types of paper depending on what texture I am going for. My favorites and most used papers are Stillman & Birn Zeta Series & Pentalic Nature Sketch. Both are very thick and sturdy papers.
I see you use acrylic in many of your drawings, where is it used?
I use white acrylic paint to add the final highlight details such as what you see in eyes or anything that might reflect light. It helps to give the drawing life that is hard to accomplish with the white of the paper or chalk pencils.
Do you seal your drawings before shipping them?
I do not. I prefer to allow the collector to choose what he or she prefers as a sealer or varnish for the piece they have purchased. If you buy a piece from me and would like a recommendation on dealers or varnishes, don't hesitate to ask!