Amanda Church is an American artist known for abstract paintings that reference the human figure and additional discernible elements. Her works straddle representational and formalist art traditions, suggesting recognizable body parts, objects, and perspectival elements in an instead abstract field. Church's distinctive use of contrasting style elements has been consistently noted by critics such as Hyperallergic's Cora Fisher, who described Church's accomplishment as "whimsically overruling the left-right brain dichotomy as without difficulty as the traditionally gendered axis that divides geometric and decorative art." Church normal a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2015 and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation consent in 2017, among other awards. Her comport yourself has been covered in publications such as The New York Times, The Boston Globe, ARTnews, Hyperallergic and Forbes Magazine. Her paintings have been exhibited in major U.S. cities as competently as internationally, in galleries and museums such as the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Aldrich Museum. She lives and works in New York.