Amy Haney

Amy Haney

Profile Location
Omaha , NE

Amy Haney discovered printmaking at Central High School in Omaha Nebraska. Falling in love with the vastness of printmaking approaches she pursued that interest throughout all of her schooling. She has received a BFA from Ringling College of Art and Design and a MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She researched the history of printmaking and received an Art History degree from Prescott College. Amy has taught studio classes for over a decade in the Omaha metropolitan area and is currently an instructor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Amy has work in private collections in the San Francisco Bay area, in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Microsoft Corporation.

Artist Statement

I am a printmaker. I enjoy technical processes, complicated planning and meditative repetitiveness found in the media. I like to work on projects that are challenging in some form. My subject matter has been entrenched in concepts developed around various bird species. Through reflection and research I move work on projects that focus mainly on birds, I feel that I have really developed an understanding of their form. Birds have been rendered for centuries through mythology, religion and documentation. I see their resilience and strength but acknowledge their delicacy. I enjoy the symbolism, texture and patterns I can make with printing birds. I see their personalities show through color and gesture. I find it stimulating to understand their feathers and forms through the interpretation of woodcuts and engravings.

Print / Paper

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