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"Surreal Reality: Life, Death, and Veganism on Canvas" by Maria Chiorando, Vegan Life Magazine, November 2015, p. 102-105
Vegan Life Magazine in the UK recently interviewed Amy about her work for their November 2015 issue.
Amy's painting "Everything's Coming Up Roses" was featured as the title image to an essay by Carla Valentine, Curator of Barts Pathology Museum in LondonRead the Essay
"Amy Guidry is a vegan painter whose thought-provoking work looks closely at the delicate relationship between all life on this planet and the complexities of the life cycle. She took some time out to speak to us about her art."Visit Website
Amy was one of the seven artists selected in the Art Galleries and Artists of the South Magazine's Emerging Artist Competition.Read Article
"Of the 47 pieces, there are a number of works that stand out. Amy Guidry’s "The Pack" is an acrylic painting on canvas that features five wolves in a desert setting..."Read Article
(Translated from Portuguese) "A while ago I met the work of artist Amy Guidry. Surrealism-fan that I am, I couldn't resist the chance to have a little chat with her about their works loaded with psychological approaches."Read Interview (in Portugese)
"...quite frankly, Guidry’s work doesn’t blend in seamlessly when hung over a fireplace. It’s different, not for a shock, but for substance."Read Article
"Working in a wide array of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, video, and sound, these artists engage the senses and challenge the mind," stated exhibition juror Helaine Posner, senior curator of contemporary art at the Neuberger Museum of Art, at Purchase College, State University of New York."Read Article
"Awesome, surrealist paintings by Louisiana artist Amy Guidry. Through her series "In Our Veins", Guidry explores themes of life, death and our relationships to each other and the natural world."View Article
"In her New Realm series, Louisiana artist Amy Guidry weaves a new kind of story, as surreal as any myth yet grounded in modern strength."View Website
"...Despite all these correspondences, Guidry isn't just repeating history, however. There's a new sensibility to these paintings that probably could not have been registered in Tanning's world of the 1940's. Whereas, Tanning painted herself and her heroines in slightly ominous domestic settings, Guidry paints herself in a forest of birch trees floating in a white void. In symbolic terms, Guidry has created a tabula rasa ready for a new investigation into what it means to be a Western woman in the 21st Century."View Website
Amy's work featured on Hi-Fructose online as a participating artist in "The Great West Coast Migration" traveling benefit exhibition.
"The huge group show "The Great West Coast Migration" will make its way down the West Coast stopping at various galleries, and the stellar roster of artists will undoubtedly draw big crowds for this noble cause.".View Article
Catapult Magazine, Edited by Thena Cartwright, Issue 8, March 2012, p. 26-27
Amy's work is featured in a current spread of Catapult Magazine, Issue 8.
"...the most appropriate word to describe the impact of the Lafayette-based artist's work is "intense." An interest in art and psychology surfaces in all of her works. We do not see just a lovely flower or a cute animal or a pretty face; rather, we see commentaries on human condition, including an observance of our ironic behaviors and the contradictions of our habits."View Article
Amy was selected as the Cultural Connections featured artist in February 2012. Her painting "Untitled (Heads)" is the featured image of the February issue.View Article
"...Amy's website serves as an integral component to communicating the significance of her art. Her growing exhibition career has led to more opportunities to discuss her messages with the public."View Article
Amy's painting "Passage" was featured on the cover for the latest collection of poetry by American poet Larissa Szporluk.
"Dichotomies of human existence- such as life and death, and our relationship to nature- are among the topics that arise in the artwork of Amy Guidry and Jessica Goldfinch. While strikingly different in imagery and technique, the artists paint recognized subjects to convey these psychological concepts in compassionate, sensitive, and thought-provoking ways."
Amy's paintings "Shelter" and "Expatriate" were featured on the front and back covers of the Cimarron Review.
"At first sight of Amy Guidry's masterpieces, there is an immediate sense of a deeper meaning in her work. This undoubtedly stems from Guidry's lifelong practice of using art as a 'means of communication, as well as [her] enjoyment.'"
Interview available through iTunes - or listen immediately online.Listen Online
"The Art of Business and the Business of Art," Patricia Gannon, L Magazine, Spring 2013
"Both New Realm and In Our Veins are long narratives of thier own and each pertains to a single idea: strong, independent women challenging traditional myths, and the environmental relationship between human and other."
"Regardless of the ethos, which isn't always as obvious as some onlookers hope for, we find Amy's work pushes the boundaries of logic in various valuable directions. Art should provoke, and she certainly does."Read Review
"Balancing on the edge of both photorealism and pop surrealism, American artist, Amy Guidry paints nature with an intricate hand and an inventive mind. Drawing on various influential subject matter as varied as dreams and C.S. Lewis novel characters, Guidry's world of strange, human-like and captivating characters of animals lends the viewer an unusual insight in to her surrealist yet photorealist painted world – check out the skeletal characters contrasted with the intricately painted rock formations as testament."View Website
Amy's work is included in PangeaSeed's The Great West Coast Migration traveling exhibition to benefit sharks and oceans in Japan and beyond. The exhibit takes place at Roq La Rue Gallery, Seattle, July 13-15; Grass Hut Co., Portland, July 20-22; Spoke Art Gallery, San Francisco, July 27-28; LeBasse Projects, Los Angeles, Aug. 2-4; The Artery, Costa Mesa, Aug. 10-12; and Space 4 Art, San Diego, Aug. 17-19.View Website
"Her artworks, pending between a realism which is almost photographic and a pure transparent surrealism are present in private and public collections including the Zigler Art Museum, the Alexandria Museum of Art, the Schepis Museum, and the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art."View Website
"...all three artists are increasingly accomplished, and their extraordinary imaginations, deftly transposed to paint on canvas, make this dramatically offbeat show very appealing for anyone with an appreciation for magic realism."View Article
Line Zero, Edited by Renda Dodge, Volume 2, Issue 2, Winter 2012, p. 85
Amy's painting Symbiotic was selected as a Finalist to be featured in the Winter 2012 issue of Line Zero, a quarterly indie arts and literature publication based out of Seattle.
Featured as the Best of Show winner of the Surreal Salon IV at the Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary ArtView Article
Juror: Casey Weldon
Selected for "Best of Show" award. To be featured in Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose magazine as the winner of the Surreal Salon IV.View Article
Country Roads Magazine, James Fox-Smith, "Myths & Legends" issue, October 2011, Cover
Amy's painting "Introspective" is featured on the cover of the Country Roads Magazine's October issue, Myths & Legends. Read the interview at the link below.