Amanda Heidel is an MFA candidate at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She uses reclaimed, recycled and waste materials in her sculptures, installations and performances as a way to blur the line between art and life. She has had solo exhibitions at Chasma Gallery in New York and Change is Vintage Gallery in Belmar, NJ and has been included in group shows at Greenkill Gallery in Kingston NY, 3rd Street Gallery in Philadelphia, Rutgers University in Camden, NJ, Diggi Palace in India, Weaving Hand Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and Greenpoint Gallery, also in Brooklyn.
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