Amber Perrodin’s current work is a beautiful and intimate expression of the effort that one must go through in order to heal. By exploring the feelings of loss through drawn forms, erased lines, and desolate landscapes, “mend” is a growing series of lamentations and empowerment. Regardless of the heavy sentiments involved in her compositions, Perrodin is capable of embodying a certain amount of stillness, peace and solitude within her work.
Amber Perrodin graduated with her Bachelor in Fine Arts in printmaking from the University of Arkansas. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in locations such as Brooklyn, Northwest Arkansas and more recently, Oklahoma. She has worked for extended periods under such artists as Hank Kaminsky and John L. Newman. She is the recipient of numerous awards and academic achievements. Perrodin currently resides in Springdale, Arkansas and works from a studio in her recently purchased old warehouse.