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Amanda E Gross

Amanda E Gross is a multi-disciplinary artist, university educational designer, and re-wilding gardener. Gross’s work in various media is united by a love of play, an intuitive process, and a sacred, radically inclusive worldview, informed by social activism, contemporary and folk art and music, eco-feminism and the re-wilding movement, and since 2017, the biodiversity of the Hudson Valley. Gross’s paintings and illustrations have been featured in contexts ranging from The Salmagundi Club to The Field Museum to The Stranger, and her/their public art experience includes environmental sculpture installations for Compass Arts and Fuller Moon Arts Fest in 2022, with previous experience assisting on installations at Morris Arboretum and O’Hare International Airport. Gross earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and a Master of Arts in Teaching from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).