Amy began as a self-taught furniture maker utilizing Lake Superior driftwood and re-purposed items.
Small chairs, later evolved into figurative pieces, which is the primary focus of her current work. Working with natural materials, Amy says, has been a journey in personal growth. Patience, perseverance, and determination have all been tested in the process. Often a humbling process, she has found that what, in the past, she would have considered a mistake is simply a path to a new idea.
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