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The central themes underpinning Amanda's work are the beauty she observes in the everyday, from fractal patterns in flowers, shifting cloud patterns in the sky and the seasonal change parks of her neighbourhood.
Amanda is new to the photogravure and photopolymer process. She loves the physical materials and processes involved with transforming her photographs into a handmade print. This is her first exhibition.
Amanda Lawson is a photographer from Sydney, NSW. She has a Master of Art (Photography, UNSW), as well as a Bachelor of Arts (English and Linguistics, UNE) and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy, USyd).
She teaches creative writing at Lou's Place, a women's refuge in Redfern.
She also has a cooking blog, 'At Amanda's Table.'