​​​​​Amanda Griffey Fine Art

​​​where farm life and fine art combine

Amanda's art has always been about the beauty in the little things. The colors in a single fallen leaf. The look in a horse's eye. The single butterfly that landed on a flower. Allow her art to take you to another place and time where life is simpler and a little slower paced. Linger along lifes path and take in the beauty of the things that surround you.

From her rural Indiana studio and antique drafting table, Amanda creates art that depicts many of the things that surround her. The peacefulness of farm life, the joy of children, the beauty of God's creation. Working in  mediums of graphite and colored pencil allows her to capture the details and beauty in even the simplist of subjects.
As a farm wife, a mother of two young boys, and accomplished equestrian, Amanda has plenty of subject matter to work from. Her love of the rural lifestyle is clearly depicted in her work.
Amanda's artwork has been juried into several exhibits, inlcuding the Richmond (Indiana) Art Museum Annual Exhibit in 2013, 2014, and 2015 and the Equine Jubilee in 2015. It was also selected for publication in Ann Kullberg's CP Hidden Treasures Vol III, and was featured on the front cover.

Steers at the feedbunk in winter.
Farm  pond and willow tree.
Cornstalk bales in the field.
"The Beautiful Death of Summer" (top left) featured on the cover of Ann Kullberg's
CP Hidden Treasures 3.