Amanda Bromfield

About the Artist

Amanda has just completed Stage 1 of her Masters In Fine Arts at the National Art School in Darlinghurst Sydney.

Amanda has a Bachelor of Arts - Diploma in Education, a Diploma in Fine Arts and a Diploma in Ceramics. She has completed Post Graduate Studies in Visual Arts in Ceramics at The School of Art at The Australian National University in Canberra.

Glaze making is a pivotal element in Amanda's work, she creates glazes that empasize the contradictions of the clay surface. While at the ANU she was mentored by internationally renouned ceramicist Greg Daly. Amanda is a great fan of Ramesh Mario, Lynda Draper and Juz Kitson.

In 2015 Amanda moved to Camperdown, Sydney where she became involved with the Experimental Ceramic Studios in Glebe. Amanda was one of the original tennants. Amanda continues to exhibit her work in Sydney, in Regional Galleries and locally in the Northern Rivers.

Much of Amanda's work is about women, her lastest works have focused on domestic violence. She is currently reseraching The Feminine Mystique, second wave feminism, Funk Art and the role of women today.

Amanda has just released her second performance video on YouTube. This video traces the life of a women from birth to death. 

Nappy to Nappy

Gone Girl - An Art Installation.

Amanda is involved with saving the koala in the Ballina region of Northern NSW, she is a Friend of the Koala  -





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