Lot 3 - Amie Elizabeth Wolo - Party fun
Acrylic and watercolour on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Curated by Women in Art
Amie Elizabeth Wolo is a London based contemporary abstract artist of Liberian heritage who fearlessly embraces the power of bold colours and the freedom to express themselves. Their vibrant and dynamic creations serve as a visual symphony, inviting viewers into a world where imagination knows no bounds.
Wolo won the 2023 Women in Art Prize’s Susan Angoy award for her painting Eclectic Melody. Their work has been showcased in the prestigious Mall Galleries and Roundhouse London, more recently her work can be found in Brixton Tate Library. Amie has participated in the Holy Art Fair to once again captivate audiences with her artworks vibrant energy and unapologetic celebration of self-expression.,
PGCE Primary Education and English Literature Degree
Winner of the Women in Art prize
Susan Angoy Heritage Award
As an abstract expressionist artist, my practice is driven by a profound love for bold colours and the freedom of expression. Through my work, I aim to create a visual language that transcends the boundaries of traditional representation, inviting viewers to explore the depths of their own emotions and experiences.
Colour is the cornerstone of my artistic journey. I am captivated by its power to evoke visceral responses and communicate on a primal level. When you see a painting from me, just know it will always be full of life! An ode to myself, self-expression.
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