Amanda Richardson is an artist, internationally acclaimed for her richly coloured textile collages. Her art reflects her passion for the landscape; sea, cliffs, rocks and plants.
A graduate of Goldsmiths College, University of London, Amanda pioneered a technique using hand dyed fabrics such as silks, satins and velvets, to create dynamic artworks that respond to variations in light, creating a continuingly fresh experience for the viewer.
She has been commissioned to create artworks for a multitude of public spaces, from a towering collage in the foyer of the Waldorf Astoria in Florida, to large works at Boeing headquarters, Universities in Alaska and Washington, to entrances of major banks, corporate offices and reception areas of Marriott and Hilton Hotels.
Her collages are in private collections across Britain, America, Australia and beyond.
She has held numerous one person exhibitions and has participated in group showings in the UK and overseas.
After ten years on San Juan Island in Washington State Amanda chose to return to Britain, to Cornwall the county of her birth, where she works in a Studio nestled in her 3 acres of garden.