Amelia Carley is an interdisciplinary artist making work concerning the interpretation of memories within the landscape and fictitious sites.  Born and raised in Colorado, Carley attended the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Colorado at Boulder where she graduated with honors receiving a BFA in Painting and Drawing along with BA in both Psychology and Italian.


She has participated in several Artist-in-Resident programs including Vermont Studio Center and Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Carley has exhibited at such venues as SOMArts in San Francisco, CA; Hyperlink Gallery in Chicago, IL; Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver, CO; DATELINE Gallery in Denver, CO; Curfman Gallery at Colorado State University in Fort Collins CO, Galleries of Contemporary Art at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO; SOUP Experimental in Tallahassee, FL; Hathaway Gallery in Atlanta, GA; Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in Boulder, CO, amongst others. Carley was recently awarded an Artist Project Grant through the Major’s Office of Cultural Affairs through the City of Atlanta.  She is currently a Masters of Fine Arts candidate at the Ernest G Welch School of Art and Design at Georgia State University where she is a Dean’s Fellow and recipient of the Andrew M. West Memorial Scholarship. Carley currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.


See more of her work on her website.

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