Amy Mosher’s oil paintings feature scenes of small farms in Vermont and beyond. Her work captures the individual characteristics and personalities of the animals she portrays, and the rural nature of farm life. Color, texture, contrast of light and dark, and the use of visual dimension are important elements in her paintings.
Amy studied art at the Savannah College of Art and Design, the University of Central Florida, and Penland School of Crafts. She lives in Chester, Vermont on a small farm with a big view for inspiration.
Her paintings are currently on display in Vermont and Newhampshire at the Homestyle Hotel (Ludlow), Grafton Village Cheese Company Store (Grafton), The Nature Museum (Grafton) Smokeshire Design (Gassetts)The Butcher and Pantry (Brownsville) and The Cold Mountain Cafe (Bethlehem, NH).