Featured Artist at Lakewood Community Acupuncture


Our Summer artist is Amanda Kruczynski!

Please let us know if you are interested in purchasing her art


Live Art Gallery featuring Amanda Kruczynski

Friday July 12th, 2019, 6pm-8pm

FREE EVENT: A live art demo, 4 rooms of displayed art, Appetizers, Raffle Entry  

 

About the Artist | Amanda Kruczynski

Amanda was born and raised in Northern Michigan and attended Central Michigan University, graduating with a Bachelors degree in Applied Arts. Upon graduating, she packed up and moved to Denver, where she has resided ever since. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys painting, anything outdoors, including hiking and snowboarding, being with friends, her boyfriend and hanging out with her English Bulldog, Kingston. She also has a passion for animals and owns a non-profit for animal welfare named Watson’s Heart.
Amanda’s first passion however, has always been art. As a child she always loved to color and draw and her skills kept developing as she grew older. Getting to work with so many colors and showing great detail are two of the traits that she is known for in her pieces- often using a pointillism effect as a finishing touch.  She has worked with several mediums, with her two favorites being pencil and acrylic paint. These work best in getting the fine details that she likes to incorporate into her pieces; that  bring them to life.
Amanda enjoys painting and drawing flowers and animals the most- most recently being commissioned to paint her clients favorite fur babies. The only thing she won’t attempt- people. “I could never get them to look like the actual person, so I gave up trying to draw people in high school.”
Aside from currently being displayed at the Lakewood Acupuncture clinic, Amanda has had her work displayed in the Jesse Besser Museum of Arts in Alpena, MI and The Rembrandt Art Gallery in Boulder, CO.  She is currently working to launch her website, Canvas Sugar, where her prints may be purchased, and custom art pieces may be requested. Launch date is mid-summer.

If you are interested in showcasing your artwork for a season, please contact Lakewood Community Acupuncture at info@lakewoodacupuncture.org. Please note that LCA does not pay artists to display their art however, any $ from art that is sold at LCA goes 100% to the artist.