“I have two pieces of art on display, the African Spitting Cobra and the Blue Bird. I do mostly paintings and graphic illustrations. I’d like to start a book with my illustrations. I also do wood burning, knitting, and crocheting. I’m in the process of making a blue tongue pillow. I made a devil’s tail and wore it for Halloween. I have a 6-foot bookshelf full of yarn at home.
“I used to work at the Transit Center when it first opened. I was the only cleaner on the weekend. How cool is it that 10 years ago I used to work here and now I have my art on display!”
Amanda was one artist who had artwork displayed in the Transit Center’s art cases as part of the Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities’ exhibit ‘Look Beyond: An Art Show For All Abilities.’