Amy Elizabeth Stuckey is a mixed media artist living and working in Chapel Hill. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and her Masters in Social Work from Tulane University in New Orleans. She currently works in the UNC Health Emergency Department in Chapel Hill full time as a Social Worker and paints in her free time.
Her love of art started at an early age watching her mother, a landscape and portrait painter, paint beautiful works for their family home. It was not until later in life that Ms. Stuckey decided to formalize her love of painting by starting a small art business in 2018.
Ms. Stuckey’s body of work spans portraits to landscapes and can be found in homes across the country. Most recently, her work will be featured in a new Amazon TV series, The Summer I Turned Pretty, currently filming in Wilmington, NC. The primary focus of Ms. Stuckey’s work is to communicate the beauty of nature and humanity she sees daily in her surrounding environment. She hopes that the viewer will feel a sense of peace when engaging with her art. If you are interested in following her journey please feel free to follow her at @aestuckey on Instagram.