Amy A. Crawley is a mixed media artist who creates spirit messengers, icons, and vessels that are inspired by the spirit of ancient cultures and her travels around the world. Her work can be found across the country in small galleries and in private collections.
Amy’s work has been featured in the National Polymer Clay Guild’s newsletter, Polyinformer, The Crafts Report and in the Boston Globe. She has exhibited her work with the Bolton Artisans Guild, the Central Massachusetts Polymer Clay Guild and in the Women’s Caucus for Art Artwaves International Sustaining Our Environment Project. Amy also received First Place and Honorable Mention Awards for work exhibited in the National Polymer Clay Guild’s Progress and Possibilities International Juried Exhibit (2006).
Amy has studied with several pioneers in the field of polymer clay, including Kathleen Dustin, Gwen Gibson, Nan Roche, and Cynthia Toops. Amy’s path to art was not linear. She has a B.A. and M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology and a Certificate in Technical Communication.
Amy currently lives in Central Massachusetts in a town known for its rolling hills and apple orchards, a winery, and preservation of the environment.