Amanda Linares is a Cuban-born visual artist based in Miami, Florida. Her work expands like branches using an immense variety of media from design and illustration to installation and photography. Influenced by literature and spatial awareness, her work contains a poetic language while exploring narration and space using reflection, transparency, revelation, found objects, and typographical solutions. Linares’ work intimately sways between many universal issues, such as identity, displacement, absence, and reconnection. Her work has been exhibited at Oolite Arts, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, and the Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami, Florida. Linares first graduated in printmaking from San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in Havana, Cuba. Eager to learn new ways to express herself made her later earned a BFA in graphic design at New World School of the Arts. She’s currently a resident artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex.
- 2021 Home + Away Resident: Atlantic Center for the Arts