Amy is a modern quilter. She has quilts in the permanent collections of Google, Capital One, and the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Amy has been nominated for the Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art Award from SFMOMA and for the Fleishhacker Foundation 2017-19 Eureka Fellowship.
Amy's quilts are inspired by the street art, signage, and graffiti in cities. Utilizing digital photos and found images, she designs by computer, makes patterns, and creates hand-cut and sewn quilts. Her quilts re-imagine the urban landscape and reinvent quilting as pop art.
When Amy's not quilting, she loves reading sci-fi, taking yoga classes, hanging out with friends, cooking dinner with her husband, and having a rye Manhattan.