Amanda Scuglia holds an MFA from the New York Academy of Art, where she received the David Kratz & Gregory Unis scholarship of merit. She has been awarded a number of artist residencies including the Terra Foundation of American Art in Europe located in Giverny, France (2012), Altos de Chavon, Dominican Republic (2013), and the Eric Fischl Teaching Residency at West Nottingham Academy in Maryland (2015). Creative projects include serving as a props stylist for a Bjork music video, drawing live models at various high-profile events, and painting for Liu Bolin - which brought her on set in Iceland for a collaboration with Annie Leibowitz and Moncler. Last year, she was interviewed by Sotheby's blog for her work exhibited in the Accessible Art Fair New York.
She has lived and worked in New York City for the past several years, but recently relocated to her hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.
New York Times "T" Magazine feature: Will Cotton Drawing Party.
Also: Here's a fun little bit.