Amanda Banker

Amanda Banker

Artwork

BEHIND THINE EYES, 2018
Amanda Banker

BEHIND THINE EYES, 2018

oil on panel

20 x 16 in

$2,500.00

KIKO BLOOM BUNNY, 2017
Amanda Banker

KIKO BLOOM BUNNY, 2017

oil on linen

20 x 18 in

$2,400.00

MOTHER MAY I, 2018
Amanda Banker

MOTHER MAY I, 2018

oil on aluminum

24 x 18 in

$3,000.00

NEON GRAVEYARD, 2017
Amanda Banker

NEON GRAVEYARD, 2017

oil on board

27.75 x 27.75 in

$3,200.00

PATRON SAINT OF HIPSTER, 2017
Amanda Banker

PATRON SAINT OF HIPSTER, 2017

oil on board

13.25 x 13.25 in

$1,500.00

PUFF THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2017
Amanda Banker

PUFF THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2017

oil on board

10 x 10 in

$825.00

ROBERT THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2017
Amanda Banker

ROBERT THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2017

oil on board

10 x 10 in

$825.00

SANITY, 2018
Amanda Banker

SANITY, 2018

oil on linen

36 x 36 in

$5,200.00

STEVE AND HIS SNORTBLATT, 2017
Amanda Banker

STEVE AND HIS SNORTBLATT, 2017

oil on board

12 x 12 in

$1,500.00

STEVE THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2019
Amanda Banker

STEVE THE COLD WATER SPIRIT, 2019

oil on board

10 x 10 in

$825.00

THE NATURE LOVER, 2018
Amanda Banker

THE NATURE LOVER, 2018

oil on panel

36 x 36 in

$5,200.00

THE PRINCE, 2018
Amanda Banker

THE PRINCE, 2018

oil on linen

16 x 14 in

$1,800.00

THE SEA GOWN, 2017
Amanda Banker

THE SEA GOWN, 2017

oil on board

30 x 24 in

$2,600.00

THE SURVIVAL OF VENUS, 2018
Amanda Banker

THE SURVIVAL OF VENUS, 2018

oil on panel

24 x 36 in

$5,200.00

YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN, 2018
Amanda Banker

YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

$2,500.00

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Amanda Banker
Amanda Banker (b.1979) was raised in Corrales, New Mexico where she spent her childhood making short animated films and feverishly drawing cartoon characters. She soon discovered oil paints. She spent the next few years developing a portfolio in fine art, until graduation set into motion a separate path. In 1998 she was accepted into California Institute for the Arts, but she choose to pursue animation at Cal State Fullerton. This decision allowed Amanda to fully immerse herself in both traditional and computer animation, with the added bonus of pitching storyboards to Disney, Nickelodeon and Pixar. After college graduation she began freelance storyboarding, character design and illustration. During all this time Amanda kept working on her own images. After nearly a decade in the animation industry, Amanda returned home to pursue her true passion as an oil painter. This move back to New Mexico was met with great success. Amanda has been published several times and shows in Santa Fe on the famous Canyon Road. Her work is collected across the country, with patrons from California to New York, and her work is held in the permanent collection of the Albuquerque Museum.
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