THE AMYLEE COLLECTION

GLAMOUR POP

 

Amylee's utterly singular 'Glamour Pop' style is influenced by 1970's design and psychedelic patterns, as well as modern couture: with additional inspiration drawn from the old masters, as evidenced by her mastery of portraiture. Born in Nîmes, South of France, Amylee moved to in Paris in 2002: employing her degree in Applied Arts with renowned Interior-decor and Fashion agencies. In 2008 she followed her real passion and moved into painting full time.

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"Art makes soul and heart feel better!”

- Amylee

Amylee Art

Amylee's utterly singular 'Glamour Pop' style is influenced by 1970's design and psychedelic patterns, as well as modern couture: with additional inspiration drawn from the old masters, as evidenced by her mastery of portraiture. Born in Nîmes, South of France, Amylee moved to in Paris in 2002: employing her degree in Applied Arts with renowned Interior-decor and Fashion agencies. In 2008 she followed her real passion and moved into painting full time.

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Born in Nimes in South France, Amylee knew from an early age that she had a love for painting however the compulsion to develop her knowledge of the artistic world didn’t strike until her application and completion of a Master 2 in Applied Arts and Plastic Arts. Part time work in bars had supported her, but her career flourished as she entered the design industry at an agency renowned for decorating trends and fashion. Here she learnt a craft for advanced colour combinations and their ability to influence and suggest mood, as well as a keen eye for textile and texture.

PORTRAITS


FLORALS


BIRDS


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An interesting by-product of such a combination is the reference to generational belief systems which have evolved with time; exploring attitudes to body art, fashion and graphic design an army of contemporary portraits have been born from Amylee's brush. A colour purist, the artist doesn’t mix her paints preferring to apply each acrylic layer untampered from tube to palette, palette to canvas.

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Using her extensive training at university of master techniques, Amylee glides from bold block colour work in the pantone colour scale to the impressionist dapples to describe the skin tone of her subjects. Once the paint is dried, they are covered with several layers of varnish and eventually framed ready to be sent to one of the international galleries who proudly display her work.

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Amylee Art

Amylee's utterly singular 'Glamour Pop' style is influenced by 1970's design and psychedelic patterns, as well as modern couture: with additional inspiration drawn from the old masters, as evidenced by her mastery of portraiture. Born in Nîmes, South of France, Amylee moved to in Paris in 2002: employing her degree in Applied Arts with renowned Interior-decor and Fashion agencies. In 2008 she followed her real passion and moved into painting full time.

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Born in Nimes in South France, Amylee knew from an early age that she had a love for painting however the compulsion to develop her knowledge of the artistic world didn’t strike until her application and completion of a Master 2 in Applied Arts and Plastic Arts. Part time work in bars had supported her, but her career flourished as she entered the design industry at an agency renowned for decorating trends and fashion. Here she learnt a craft for advanced colour combinations and their ability to influence and suggest mood, as well as a keen eye for textile and texture.

PORTRAITS


FLORALS


ANIMALS



More on Amylee


An interesting by-product of such a combination is the reference to generational belief systems which have evolved with time; exploring attitudes to body art, fashion and graphic design an army of contemporary portraits have been born from Amylee's brush. A colour purist, the artist doesn’t mix her paints preferring to apply each acrylic layer untampered from tube to palette, palette to canvas.

Read More

Using her extensive training at university of master techniques, Amylee glides from bold block colour work in the pantone colour scale to the impressionist dapples to describe the skin tone of her subjects. Once the paint is dried, they are covered with several layers of varnish and eventually framed ready to be sent to one of the international galleries who proudly display her work.

The Rise of Amylee

In the Studio

Latest News

The Rise of Amylee

In the Studio

Latest News


Amylee News and Wyecliffe Updates