Amanda Marchand has received an artist residency award at the Hermitage Artist Retreat, FL. Amanda is invited to spend six weeks over the span of two years living and working at the Hermitage in Florida along the Gulf of Mexico.
Amanda Marchand, Apples and Starfruit, 2016, Archival inkjet print, 27 x 40"
Amanda Marchand is the current artist-in-residence at the Studios at MASSMoCA, North Adams, MA throughout April 2016.
The Studios at MASS MoCA provides artists and writers a career-building residency opportunity with private studio space, free access to the museum's galleries, financial and business coached and free use of Makers' Mill, a printmaking and fiber arts makerspace.
Image: Amanda Marchand, Night Garden: Bats, 2012/2015, archival pigment print, 30 x 45", edition of 5
March 3 -6, 2016 - Art on Paper, New York at Pier 36, 7:30pm - 10:00pm.
We will be featuring work by Amanda Marchand, Ken Fandell, Stas Orlovski, Samantha Fields, Cynthia Ona Innis, Amy Kaufman and Samantha Fields. Art on Paper continues through 3/6. Come visit us at booth 611. #ArtonPaper
“When I started this work... I wanted to unveil the quiet, night-shrouded loveliness (if I could magic it with my rough tools) of the garden and its sloping grounds.”
Read the full article in the San Francisco Chronicle by Jessica Zack.
Image: Amanda Marchand, To Soften the Edges, archival pigment print, 30 x 30"
Night Garden: Star, 2012/2015
Archival pigment print
8.5 x 11"
Edition of 100
When you purchase Night Garden: Star, 100% of the proceeds after tax will be donated to the DOvEE Project, a clinical research study headed by McGill University oncologist Dr. Lucy Gilbert. The DOvEE Project is working to create a test to detect ovarian cancer in the earliest stages.
"I am delighted to be offering a new Night Garden print for a cause close to my heart. Three years ago, I lost my mother and my aunt to ovarian cancer, both of whom had the BRCA gene. Since there is no reliable test, 80% of women are not diagnosed until it’s too late. Please join me in supporting this life-saving project." - Amanda Marchand
November 15, 2015 - January 16, 2016