Amber's artwork is a colorful exploration of self-worth, universal love, and body positivity. Using a combination of traditional and digital mixed media, Amber creates headless figures that represent the inner beauty, strength, and courage that exists within all of us. Her goal is to empower viewers to feel confident in themselves and recognize their self-worth regardless of external pressures. By creating art without physical features or characteristics, Amber brings attention to the power of our inner selves rather than focusing solely on physical appearance. Through this work, Amber hopes to foster a sense of community and understanding that encourages us all to accept ourselves for who we are, and whom we want to become.
What Makes The Body Beautiful?
In this series, I use various mediums to create vibrant and colourful pieces that represent a universal message of self-worth. My art celebrates the beauty and diversity of all body types and encourages viewers to embrace their unique identities. My goal is to create a space of acceptance and understanding for all individuals through my art. I hope that viewers of my art feel inspired to love themselves and appreciate their own uniqueness.
I was called a slut for posting a picture of myself wearing a bralette in 2020. I posted it because I wanted to show that everyone is beautiful, no matter what size or shape they are. Some people don't understand that and think that only certain types of people should show their bodies. So, I recreated it through art because anyone can push you and tell you “You are not leaving anything to the imagination” well guess what? It's my body, i said the hell with it.
Dare to be bold and bright,
like a Tequila Sunrise when it relieves the night,
Shake off old insecurities,
Speak up for what you believe in,
Be body positive, and love from deep within.
Allow your beauty to shine for all to see,
Drink up life's colours with love and glee,
Don't let society's standards define you,
Defy them and create your own hue.
In my earlier studies, I focused a lot on flower-head bodies, using a mixture of acrylic paint and chalk pastels, and oil paint.
My first attempt in my older studies, creating headless bodies with unnatural colours.
A series I called, Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. Unlike the childhood son, this is a reverse take, of my depressed state of mind using acrylic paints.
In this series, I explored the relationship between mental health and pastel colour garments. I think they are connected because pastel colors can remind us of renewal and refreshment, which can help us feel more at peace with ourselves. Throughout society, people spend too much time worrying about their appearance and what others think of them. Red bodies represent the inner consciousness of a deeper sense of self-consciousness, which can over time impact someone's mental health.
We all have our own unique beauty, and what better way to celebrate it than through art? From the serene beachscapes of a summer day to the intricate digital artistry of the modern age, rock crystals are a great way to bring out your inner beauty and enhance your body image and self-worth. Therefore, I created a series where my body is transformed into rock Crystal-like forms.
Today, it is especially important to have a positive body image and self-worth. I create art that is focused on body positivity to show the importance of self-care and self-love. I also want my art to help viewers see beauty and worth in all kinds of bodies, to break down stereotypes of what beauty is “supposed” to look like. To recognize the diversity of bodies, which is not often represented in mainstream media. Finally, my art is a form of self-expression that allows individuals to explore their identity in a safe space and without judgement.
Pokémon Fan Art
Since Pokémon Yellow came out on Gameboy Color, and Pikachu always and forever will be my favourite Pokémon. I loved watching the animated tv series and playing the games, so, I found in some of my past time creating art from the Pokémon universe.
Pikachu wearing cute bunny ears.
2022 was the year of the tiger, so, I created the Pokémon Incineroar to represent last year.
Since 2004, I have always been a fan of the Calgary Flames, through the wins and losses. I couldn’t help but to create a Pikachu repping the gear.
I wanted to create some of the rabbit’s of Pokémon, for the Lunar year this year.
This work was something out of my comfort zone, but I loved the challenge of creating not only a landscape of the sea floor, but a lot of water-type Pokémon, beside’s Pikachu.
A very simplistic identification of the Pokémon Magikarp and his combat power.
Digital art has become increasingly popular as a means of creating beautiful backgrounds and scenery. From abstract designs to intricate landscapes, digital art is a powerful tool for expressing creativity and bringing life to any setting. With its versatility, digital art can be used to create stunning visuals for games, movies, and other digital media.
After walking through the forest.
In my earlier works, I have created many portraits in different mediums, including acrylic painting, chalk pastel, and digital art.