Amanda Salov is an artist whose work has examined the qualities of a moment, or the idea of a moment in physical form: temporal, fragile and fleeting. Currently, the work Amanda Salov produces focuses on the central theme of remains and skeletons revealing the fragility within. Focusing on the subtle strengths inherent in seemingly delicate compositions, the work is generally comprised of components that collectively contribute to a larger, quietly strong singular presence.
Amanda Salov is currently a studio artist in Corvallis, OR. Raised in rural Wisconsin, Amanda received her BFA from the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater (2003) and her MFA from the University of Missouri - Columbia (2007). Amanda has shown her work throughout the United States and has earned a number of awards, including being named an NCECA emerging artist in 2010 and a recipient of an Oregon Arts Council (OAC) grant in 2013 and another OAC and Ford Family Foundation Grant in 2016. Amanda has spent time working at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado (2007), University of Arkansas (2007 2011), Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, Oregon (2011), The Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramics Arts in Helena, Montana (2012), Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in New Castle, Maine (2014), the University of Washington (2015), Oregon State University (2016-17). Amanda is currently working towards a number of solo and group exhibitions.