Amy Park, ‘You Are Here #2’, 2013, Morgan Lehman Gallery

About Amy Park

Amy Park is known for her carefully rendered, large-scale watercolor paintings featuring iconic architecture. She works almost exclusively from photographs. Her subjects have included Donald Judd’s structures in Marfa, experimentally designed homes in California, and other icons of Modernist architecture. Her best-known series is based on a famous series of architectural photos by Julius Schulman; while Park faithfully reproduces Schulman’s original compositions, she selects the jeweled colors based on her recollection and interpretations. Another body of works was inspired by the New York City urban landscape, with particular attention paid to repeating textures and patterns. These works were based on Park’s own photographs of major landmarks and skyscrapers, reimagined with more intensely saturated hues.

American , based in New York, New York

Solo Shows on Artsy

Amy Park: Watercolor + Collage, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans
Ed Ruscha's Every Building on the Sunset Strip, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York
Amy Park: 1200', Morgan Lehman Gallery

Group Shows on Artsy

Architectural, ArtStar, New York