Amy Armour
I have always been drawn to my memories and experiences of adolescence. It is the physical and emotionally charged world of children and adolescents that continually inspires me to create environments that reflect layers of contradictions. I see this period as an age where the unknown, curiosity, and excitement live side by side with fear, awkwardness and growth spurts as adulthood looms on the horizon. I have found that the natural world of animal and plant life, with its constant activities of growth, survival, play, and decay enables me to best explore and reflect these contradictions.