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|Amanda Toy Prints|
|Amanda Toy is a mixed media artist who uses oil paint as well as montoyping to create her unique pieces.|
|M.A. from Whittier College in Whittier, California B.F.A. from Scripps College in Claremont, California|
|Pasadena Arts Council grant for artists in the community 1995|
Judy Esterly Award for fresco research 1988
|MIXED MEDIA, Laufer, Honolulu, Hawaii 2006|
PHOTO-BASED COLLAGE, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii 2005-2006
WOMEN: ROLES, TOOLS, AND STEREOTYPES, Gallery on the Pali, Honolulu, Hawaii 2004
ATOMIC OBSESSION, Wardman Library, Whittier, California 1998
OUR DUAL OBSESSION, Garland Gallery, Pasadena, California 1997
MIXED MEDIA, Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1997
ICE FLOES AND OTHER WOES, Garland Gallery, Pasadena, California 1995
SCREENS AND IN-BETWEENS, Onyx Gallery, Los Angeles, California 1991
STUFFED VELVET VIGNETTES, The Novel Cafe, Venice, California 1990
HOPE KNOWS, Site-Specific Installation, Claremont, California 1989
|2005 Windward Artist Guild, 1132 Bishop St. Gallery, Honolulu, Hawaii.|
"Roosters", Cafe Che Pasta, Honolulu, Hawaii.
"Dreams", Honolulu Country Club, Honolulu, Hawaii.
2004 "From the Heart", Smith Street Galleries, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Honolulu Printmakers, Art Academy at Linekona, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Contemporary Art: AHA, Pauahi Gallery. Honolulu, Hawaii.
"Mixed Media VII", Koa Gallery, Honolulu, Hi.
2003 "Blue vs. Blue: Surfing in Art", The Arts at Mark's Garage, Honolulu, Hawaii.
2001 "Art in the New Millenium", Ontario Museum of Art, Ontario, California.
2000 All Media 2000, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, California.
New Photography, Millard Sheets Gallery, Pomona, California.
Pomona Vallery Art Association, Gallery 57, Pomona, California.
1997 "Painting and Sculpture of the West Coast", Oceanside Museum of Art, California.
"Photography as a Means", Angels Gate Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California.
1996 31st Annual, San Bernadino County Museum, San Bernadino, California.
1992 Pasadena Center Mural Project, Pasadena Civic Center, Pasadena, California.
1990 "Fringe of the Fringe", Claremont Graduate School Gallery, Claremont, California.
1989 UC Davis Art in Public Places, Davis, California.
"Farm Party", Anniston, Al.
1988 "Fringe of the Fringe", DA Gallery, Pomona, California.
Huntington Memorial Mural Project, Pasadena, California.
"Two Women Show Paintings", Motley Gallery, Claremont, California.
Juried Show, Lang Gallery, Claremont, California.
1987 Juried Show, DA Gallery, Pomona, California.
"Two Women Show Drawings", Motley Gallery, Claremont, California.
|There is a quality of unreality and abstraction in Amanda Toy's work, so that even though there are identifiable subjects and figures, they mainitain a dreamlike and narrative quality. The concepts being portrayed through this quality are related to human exploration, either physical, mental or spiritual. Her emphasis is that each one of these explorations usually contains elements of all three.|
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