Amanda Tye is known for her large, colourful and expressive landscape paintings and her studio is located on the Northern Beaches.
Her studies include a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Sculpture) and a Bachelor of Art Education at the College of Fine Arts UNSW.
She has held a number of exhibitions, been a finalist in the Mosman Art Prize and been awarded Winner of Warringah Art prize Peoples Choice Award twice.
She is a part-time Secondary School Visual Arts teacher at a high profile Selective High School in Sydney where she has worked for over 10 years. Her expertise is teaching Visual Arts and a variety of techniques using a diverse range of mediums, while supporting her students in the creative process, encouraging risk taking and helping them foster their own style.
Amanda has a positive and warm disposition and possesses a real empathy with her students and an understanding of how to support their individual learning needs.