Amanda Cook

Amanda Cook

Artwork

Amanda Cook
Amanda Hope Cook is a native of Nashville, Tennessee. Highly influenced and inspired by her father, Artist Marion B. Cook, Amanda spent her first years immersed in learning the disciplines of painting and drawing. In 1994, she was awarded a scholarship to the Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio where she double-majored in Fine Art and Illustration and minored in Visual Communications. Since graduating with a BFA in 1999, Amanda has consistently practiced fine art with oil painting as her primary medium. She is currently producing a series of representational urban paintings with landmark neon signs as their subject matter.
Artist
16th Street Baptist Church
Amanda Cook

16th Street Baptist Church

oil on panel

24 x 18 in

HN (John's City Diner)
Amanda Cook

HN (John's City Diner)

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

Alabama Theatre
Amanda Cook

Alabama Theatre

oil on panel

20 x 16 in

Vogue Cleaners
Amanda Cook

Vogue Cleaners

oil on panel

12 x 16 in

Bama Motel
Amanda Cook

Bama Motel

oil on panel

16 x 20 in

B'Ham
Amanda Cook

B'Ham

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

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