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Biography - Amy Hill-Imler
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Amy Hill-Imler is a water-media and collage artist and dedicated art teacher. She received her formal training at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Ohio, where she earned a four-year degree in design in 1969. Shortly after, she was commissioned to illustrate a twenty-volume set of children's books entitled "Creative Activities Program", published by Children's Press.

Amy moved to Arkansas in 1975 and began painting wildlife and natural images attracting the attention of both corporate and private buyers and Arkansas watercolor organizations.

She became President of Mid-Southern Watercolor in 1989, allowing her to not only share her knowledge through guidance and teaching but also has a passion to learn from other artists.

Presently, Amy works primarily non-objectively using water-based mediums and collage. She is continuously growing - employing a variety of experimental ideas and techniques, which infuse her works with excitement and emotion. She has a unique ability to add these new ideas and techniques to her works while allowing one to see the influence of her former methods and subject matter still reflected within them.
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