Amber Renaye

In alignment with the terrain of the natural world, the landscape of my work develops across materials and processes. The work is self-possessed, grounded in the reinterpretation of the matter it is made of, existing simultaneously as representational and abstract expressions of the substance therein.



“My aim is not to make a system… but to picture a world… the picturing of worlds requires not a static and systematic formulation, but an active exploration of images and views, a continual jumping-about, imaginative movement.” —Dr. Oliver Sacks