Amy Shuckburgh is an award-winning British painter making distinctive landscapes, still life and figurative work. Her playful, instinctive use of colour and interest in abstraction help to capture the emotional core of the subjects.
Amy’s work explores both the domestic interior world as well as rugged rural and urban landscapes across the country, especially Cornwall and Wales. Amy was awarded the Heathelys Prize for Drawing 2019 at The Chelsea Art Society 72nd Annual Exhibition. Her portrait of Harold Pinter, the late Nobel-Prize winning playwright is permanently displayed at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London. Read more about Painting Harold Pinter. Amy’s work is in private collections around the world.
Amy trained at L'Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, the St Ives School in Cornwall, The Royal Drawing School, and the Slade School of Fine Art, in London.
She has a First Class Degree in English Literature from Leeds University and a Masters Degree in Curating from Goldsmiths College, London.
Amy is self-represented and is available for commission. To join Amy's mailing list, to hear about upcoming exhibitions, or to arrange to view work in her studio, please get in touch.