Amanda Greive’s Oil Paintings Confront Gender, Art History

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Amanda Greive‘s oil paintings contain both conversations about gender and the history of art itself. Using feminine iconography and abstraction, she injects intrigue into her realistic works while maintaining a consistent elegance and absorbing quality.

“While the primary motivation behind my work is to tease out the nuanced emotions embedded within the human condition and to confront isolation and anxiety born of gender-based stereotypes, I also look to comment on the contradiction between creating realistic imagery and portraying emotional rawness, as well as the uncompromised truth in the imagery portrayed versus it’s symbolic ambiguity,” the artist says, in a statement.

The artist’s work has been exhibited across the U.S., from Chicago and St. Louis to Louisville and beyond. See more of her recent work below.

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