Category Archives: Amy Lee Sanford

A New Friend!

Did you know there are more Chinese restaurants than all fast food chains adding up in New York City?  But there are only three Cambodian restaurants. I am always fascinated by Cambodian traditional art and architecture. However, it surprised me

A New Friend!

Did you know there are more Chinese restaurants than all fast food chains adding up in New York City?  But there are only three Cambodian restaurants. I am always fascinated by Cambodian traditional art and architecture. However, it surprised me

City Guide for Amy Sanford

Mark the date! This is my City Guide for Amy. It is in the format of traditional Cambodian calendar. Three language are used: Khmer, Chinese and English. This traditional multi-language calendar is an ancient yet perfect example of global exchange.

City Guide for Amy Sanford

Mark the date! This is my City Guide for Amy. It is in the format of traditional Cambodian calendar. Three language are used: Khmer, Chinese and English. This traditional multi-language calendar is an ancient yet perfect example of global exchange.

Get Your Wallet Ready!

Hello fellas! Amy just launched a Kickstarter campaign for a three person show, titled 1975, at Topaz Arts, Queens, NYC this April-May 2013. Click the image above to read more about this historical exhibition! Please support! Thank you! Mochi

Get Your Wallet Ready!

Hello fellas! Amy just launched a Kickstarter campaign for a three person show, titled 1975, at Topaz Arts, Queens, NYC this April-May 2013. Click the image above to read more about this historical exhibition! Please support! Thank you! Mochi

Say Hi to Amy

Statement “Aiding the evolution of emotional stagnation and unburdening oneself from the the past is the focus of my artwork. I create art in order to digest the personal effects of war, including loss, displacement and guilt. Throughout this process,

Say Hi to Amy

Statement “Aiding the evolution of emotional stagnation and unburdening oneself from the the past is the focus of my artwork. I create art in order to digest the personal effects of war, including loss, displacement and guilt. Throughout this process,