Brooklyn-based artist Amanda Browder

When looking at one of Amanda Browder‘s colorful installations or plush creations, one can’t help but smile. Working from often recycled materials and fabrics, the Brooklyn-based artist creates her patchwork world of sculptures and objects including everything from a stuffed gorilla barfing glittery strings to a monumental, quilted waterfall draped over the Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn. Imaginative, interactive and often oversized, Browder’s work walks the thin line between fine art and everyday object.


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