• Naples Art Association

    Naples Art Association

    I'm pleased to announce that I have two pieces on exhibition at The Naples Art Association for National Art Encounter, 2017.

    Opening Friday, March17th

  • Group Exhibition at Subliminal Projects: Los Angeles, CA


    Public Reception: Saturday, December 6 · 2 – 6 pm

    Exhibition Dates: December 6 – January 10, 2015

    SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is pleased to present our 2014 Holiday Bazaar, featuring artwork from Los Angeles’ burgeoning creative network. Subliminal Projects has, from its inception, always been dedicated to the success and celebration of the provocative minds connected to and residing in Los Angeles. We are pleased to present an exhibition of work by many artists that have crossed our path, for a number of reasons and in a number of capacities.

    Exhibiting artists include: Amanda Gordon Dunn, Andrew Holder, Angela Chvarak, Anthony Sneed, Britt Harrison, Casey Ryder, Christina Hendershaw, Dale Dreiling, Ernesto Yerena, Francisco Reyes Jr., j.frede, Michael C. Hsiung, MR Herget, Nicholas Bowers, Nil Ultra, Phil Lumbang, Richard David Sigmund, Shepard Fairey, Sterling Bartlett, and Tara Smith.

    Each artist has a unique style and the exhibited works reflect a wide array of media, aesthetic, texture and subject matter. Fun, confrontational, decorative, soothing, abrasive and well executed, the artwork in this year’s Holiday Bazaar pays tribute to the characters occupying, defining, and sometimes defiling, our beloved city.

    In addition to unique works, there will also be a selection of prints from the gallery archives on view and available for purchase. These prints offer a diverse range of size, style, and aesthetic by artists such as: Deedee Cheriel, Steve Harrington, Evan Hecox, Monica Canilao, Camille Rose Garcia, Stanley Donwood, and Gary Panter. Many of the available prints were originally featured as part of Art Alliance, an exhibition curated by Shepard Fairey that took place in Chicago during Lollapalooza 2014. This show highlighted the provocative and rebellious genius of a handful of practicing, international artists by putting them in the center of one of the world’s most well-known music festivals and culturally sophisticated capitals.

    The Holiday Bazaar kicks off Saturday December 6th at 2 p.m. with complimentary baked goods, live music, warm cider, and Smokin’ Willie’s food truck serving up savory options in the parking lot. Family, friends, lovers, and haters are all welcome. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday 12 to 6 pm.


    Excited to be included in this exhibition:

    In Conjunction with the Laguna Art Museum Art & Nature conference,
    a group exhibition of over 50 artists with focus on a contemporary interpretation
    of the natural world

    *Reception with the Artists: Saturday, November 8, 6-9pm
    Show Runs: November 6 - 30, 2014*
    Presented by Vans

    1175 S. Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

  • Press release for CALIFORNIA GIRLS

    See a listing of available works and show info:


    California Girls


    California Girls is Amanda Gordon Dunn’s latest series exploring futuristic California landscapes by melding a colorful and candy inspired palette. Dunn’s experience with the metal fabrication industry and textiles is a major component and inspiration for the execution of the series. Each piece was created by layering, dipping, and fusing color onto metal. Which results in a balance of optical illusion and contemporary landscape painting.

    Show opens Friday, October 3rd


    Black Book Gallery
    555 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, Colorado 80204


    Earlier this month I moved into my new studio in Boyle Heights! Looking forward to utilizing the much needed space and to begin exploring a new series of works.

  • I'm pleased to announce that I have two collaborations with Berlin based artist, John Reaktor. Show opens March 14th at Hinterland Gallery, Denver & Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin.


    53 artists from Berlin & 53 artists from Denver

    What if .... reflects on the “call and response” nature of the artistic process where the artist initiates a work by manipulating material and then influenced by the material, follows through accordingly. This dance is repeated in a series of steps until completion. Often times the unknown variables in this process are what excites or motivates an artist. This project ensures unknown variables by pairing a Denver artist with an Artist from Berlin and asking each artist to initiate a work via the linguistic question, “What if…?” responding to that question visually, then allowing a visual follow up to complete the work. Thus begins the chance relationship.The work created by artists from Berlin will be completed by Denver artists and shown throughout three venues, GroundSwell Gallery, Hinterland, and Showpen.The work by Denver artists will be completed in Berlin and exhibited at Neurotitan, a gallery in Berlin.There is no thematic curation involved. Instead the exchange process is seen as more of a cultural event.Rather than isolate the destination and focus on the exhibition as a crescendo, we are interested in exploring the whole exchange as a quasi “happening.”

    HINTERLAND: 3254 Walnut St., Denver, CO 80205, is Sabin Aell and Randy Rushton and is part of the RiNo Art District. Together, they opened the art space in 2008, and hence Sabin curates and exhibits adventurous contemporary art in a variety of mediums.The term HINTERLAND is derived from German and means: beyond what is visible or known.With that in mind, they focus on artists with extravagant yet coherent vision. www.hinterlandartspace.com

    Showpen: 809 W. 9th Ave., Denver, CO 80204, is an artist residency in Denver, Colorado's Santa Fe Art District. Each Showpen resident has a personal studio, a private bedroom, shared use of the gallery, and the opportunity to engage with the artist community. www.donaldfodness.com/showpen

    GroundSwell Gallery: 3121 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80206, is located in the Bluebird District along East Colfax Avenue. Its mission is to support emerging professional artists, provide exhibition opportunities and promote the growth of the Denver art community. www.groundswellgallery.com

    Neurotitan: Rosenthaler Str. 39, 10178 Berlin, Germany, is a gallery and shop in the heart of the German capital. It has been active for over 15 years and is recognized as an institution for street art an unconventional artistic forms. www.neurotitan.de

    HINTERLAND artists
    Libby Barbee/Pura Kauf
    Mike Bernhardt/Wurstbande
    Mindy Bray/Doro Huber
    Beau Carey/Ian Lidde
    Amber Cobb/Felix Bork
    Lanny DeVuono/Johannes Mundinger
    Amanda Gordan Dunn/John Reaktor
    Sandra Fettingis/Lisa Smith
    Donald Fodness/Tom Eingenhufe
    Matt Harris/Sophia Hirsch
    Sean Hudson/RYLSEE
    Diane Martonis/Jimmy Draht/Marion
    Suchitra Mattai/Claudia Bernhardt
    Jaime Molina/Milla
    Jonathon Nicklow/Marie Jacobi
    Gabriel Otto/Kathi Käppel
    Rebecca Peebles/Xueh Magrini
    Thomas Robertson/acidfarm
    Dylan Scholinski/anef
    Sarah Scott/Tine Fetz
    Stacey Steers/Julia Benz
    Bruce Price/Anne Grön
    Chinn Wang/44 flavours
    Jacqueline Sophia Cordova/Stephen Hiam

    Showpen artists
    Katie Caron/Katharina Salzbrunn
    Amber Farnell/Simon Becker
    Tobias Fike/Klub7
    Alvin Gregorio/Monkey & Aargh
    Johanna Mueller/Hendrik Berends
    Kelly Monico/Andrea Wan
    John McEnroe/Romy Blümel
    Zach Reini/Uta Kalthoff
    Rebecca Vaughan/Phillip Janta

    GroundSwell Gallery artists
    Nathan Abels/Natsuyo Kolzumi
    Sabin Aell/Jim Avignon
    Theresa Anderson/Rebecca Blöcher
    Tyler Beard/Andres Villareal
    Tonia Bonnell/Maik Hasenbank
    Sara Guindon/Sophia Martineck
    Caleb Hahne/Nettmann
    Andrew Haley/Parastu
    Katy Havens/Sabine Rollnik
    Travis Hetman/Johan Büsen
    Andrew Huffman/Vela
    Jeffrey King/SLANG
    Susan Meyer/Adeline Meilliez
    Laurie Lynnxe Murphy/Nina Pagalles
    Jeff Page/Ann M Cazal (caz.l)
    Jason Reno/Francesco Cassi
    Gretchen Marie Schaefer/Breeda CC
    Jeff Starr/Olivia Pils
    Derrick Velasquez/Mike Friedrich
    Danette Montoya/Julienne Jattiot
    GroundSwell Gallery Hours: Mon - Sat: 11a - 7p, Sunday: 12p - 6p
    For sales or private appointment, please contact:
    Rebecca Peebles

    www.hinterlandartspace.com Hinterland Gallery

    I'm pleased to announce that I have one of my circus bear pieces included in a an all animal show at Black Book Gallery.

    Featuring: Cycle,Scott Belcastro, Nicky Davis, Melanie Pruitt, Sam Flores, Vanessa Foley and Amanda Gordon Dunn

    From prehistoric to modern times the influence of nature on our visual lives is profound. Some of the earliest paintings in existence on cave walls from Africa to the America’s typically featured animals and nature related scenery. From abstract paintings of flowers, to black and white photographs of mountains, nature has inspired iconic pieces of art found in museums and galleries across the world. In advertising and entertainment, animals are often used to communicate in place of humans. Our love of nature is one of our best inherent qualities; it inspires people to devote their lives to protecting, promoting, representing and enjoying it on every level imaginable.

    “In The Wild” is the first in a series of exhibits featuring nature interpreted through varying contexts and mediums. Highly detailed, stark and vibrant representations of the realistic and surreal natural world will definitely provoke your imagination and curiosity.


  • The Entryway Project. MCA, Denver

    Three exhibitions open Friday, September 27th

    The Museum of Contemporary Art
    1485 Delgany St.
    Denver, CO 80202

    10 cent entry fee

    The Entryway Project:::
    Mural by: Amanda Gordon Dunn
    Viewfinders Designed by: Peter Bahouth & Ellen Bruss

    Critical Focus: MCA Denver Installation Team

    Heimrad Backer: Landscape M

  • POPUP PROJECTS Presents:
    Small works on paper
    Group show curated by: J. Frede
    September 14th- October 9th

    Namaste Highland Park
    5118 York Blvd. HIghland Park, 90042


  • Traction and Hewitt General Store to benefit Art Share, LA

    Group show at Art Share, LA
    Sunday, September 8th


    Opening of new works on paper.

    Friday, August 30th


    2862 Larimer St. Denver, CO