Posts Tagged: Amy Lee Sanford

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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

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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

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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,

Full Circle | 2011 | Studio Shot

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,