Stationary Structures Against A Changing Landscape: Paintings by Amy Gieschen-Thill

On display at Malletts Creek Branch, July 31- August 30

Amy Gieschen-Thill is a photo-representational landscape and figurative painter who has studied fine art with a focus on painting at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit and the Kendall College of Art & Design in Grand Rapids.

She primarily works with acrylics on smaller formats and oils on larger pieces. Her subject matter varies widely, but her primary focus is on lighthouses, bridges and beachscapes. Amy works to heighten the significance of her subject matter by playing with view points and angles and by using a greater level of sensitivity in areas of light and shadow, as well as taking an analytical approach to fine detail and important visual information.