The VINS Nature Center is currently CLOSED - reopening on June 15. We are accepting injured birds 8am to 4:30pm daily - contact us at 802.359.5000 x212.
802.359.5000 | WILD BIRD REHAB: x510
May 7, 2019 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 10:00 am, repeating until May 12, 2019
Amy Hook-Therrien is a native Vermonter, originally from Chelsea, she grew up nestled on top of a hill overlooking the valleys below. She was surrounded by nature and adventure. She graduated from Randolph Union High School with a passion for art. She went onto college at the University of Maine in Orono majoring in fine art with a focus in sculpture and painting. After graduating with a BFA from UMaine she moved back to Vermont and she and her husband bought a house in Windsor. When she is not creating art Amy loves to travel, hike, garden, and spend time with her family.
“I love painting with watercolor. When I first started working with the medium it made me nervous not to be able to control it, but in time I learned to love the uncontrollable chaos of it. I use fine white lines and ink to help contain the paint in certain areas. I mix my paint loosely so that it separates slightly giving the painting texture. I love to paint things from nature, waterfalls, trees, plants, stones, it allows me to be freer in my painting style, nothing ever looks exactly the same in nature. You can fall in love with the imperfect, a flower missing a part of its petal, a tree with a broken branch. Painting in nature is always exciting, and exploring it is my passion.”
VINS en Plein Air Festival 2017 – Quick Paint Competition – 2nd Place
Vermont Hand Crafters – Juried Artist Since 2018
Vermont Abenaki Artists Association – Juried Artist Since 2014
View more artwork by Amy Hook-Therrien at amyhooktherrien.com.
The Artist Exhibition will be on display at the VINS Nature Center from January 12 to March 31. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.359.5000.