Born 1969, Georgia, USA.
Lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Amanda DumasHernandez is a conceptually driven interdisciplinary artist who uses the practices of sculpture, painting, installation, and digital imaging in her work. Dumas-Hernandez earned an MFA from the NY State College of Art and Design at Alfred University, a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and has attended the Munchen Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Germany. She has exhibited, and been reviewed/featured in art publications throughout the USA, Europe, and represented by Groundfloor Gallery, Sydney, Australia. In particular, Amanda was reviewed in Sculpture Magazine and has been interviewed by BBC Radio, and her images broadcast on British Television. DumasHernandez is a Professor of Foundations Studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design since 2006.