Amanda Brazier

Amanda Brazier is a painter living in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She received her BA in Studio Art and Spanish from Freed-Hardeman University in 2007. Referencing primitive dwellings or woven cloths, her paintings develop through stacking, weaving, and assembling simple forms. She makes paint from pigments processed from the soils near her home. She is a facilitator for the public art organization Mark Making and is represented by River Gallery in Chattanooga.

Amanda's work was part of Sweetwater's Mountain Muse exhibition in 2018.

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