"Good Mourning Tis of Thee," Co-Lab Projects, Austin, Exhibition Catalogue, November 2017, p. 79, 81, 85, 145
Curated by Alyssa Taylor Wendt and Sean GaulagerView Catalog
Blue Earth Review, Issue 19, Fall 2017, p. 59-64 and Cover
Amy's painting "Arise" is featured on the cover of Blue Earth Review. Several of her paintings are also featured inside the issue.
Maclean, Tim. "Amy Guidry- What the Future May Hold- Artist Interview." Wow x Wow, September 5, 2017
"Whether approaching us with subliminal suggestions or hitting us hard with her intentions, Guidry’s imagery never fails to leave lasting impressions which engage us both emotionally and on a deeply cerebral level. Mixing photorealism with the surrealistic language of dreams, Guidry’s highly effective and immensely personal symbolism is conveyed with sophistication, which elevates its potency and sensitivity."Read the Interview
"Amy Guidry's Surreal Paintings Touch on Life, Death, and Nature" Andy Smith, Hi-Fructose Magazine, February 15, 2017Read Article
Clawson, Michael. "Amy Guidry: Strange Worlds." American Art Collector Magazine, September 2016: 102-103Read Article
Minetta Review, New York University, Fall 2016, Cover
Amy's painting "The Wild West" featured on the cover of the Minetta Review.
Art Galleries & Artists of the South Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 2, May/June 2016
Amy's painting "Integral" was featured as part of a spread about LeMieux Galleries in New Orleans in anticipation of her upcoming exhibit.View Article
"4 Vegan Lifestyle Leaders : Influential People You Should Know" by Jamie Duncan, Ecosalon, July 11, 2016Read Article
"Startle Pattern" by Larissa Szporluk, Willow Springs Editions, Cover
Amy's painting "Passage" was featured on the cover for the latest collection of poetry by American poet Larissa Szporluk.View Book
"Humanness" by Rochelle Belsito, American Art Collector Magazine, October 2014, p. 146
"Dichotomies of human existence- such as life and death, and our relationship to nature- are among the topics that arise in the artwork of Amy Guidry and Jessica Goldfinch. While strikingly different in imagery and technique, the artists paint recognized subjects to convey these psychological concepts in compassionate, sensitive, and thought-provoking ways."Read Article
Cimarron Review, Fall 2015, Issue 193, Cover
Amy's paintings "Shelter" and "Expatriate" were featured on the front and back covers of the Cimarron Review.Book Details
"About the Artist: Surrealist Amy Guidry Depicts Nature and Humanity," Becca Cord, 008 Magazine, August/September 2014
"At first sight of Amy Guidry's masterpieces, there is an immediate sense of a deeper meaning in her work. This undoubtedly stems from Guidry's lifelong practice of using art as a 'means of communication, as well as [her] enjoyment.'"View Article
“Personal, Provocative, and Political: Magical Realism and the Art of Amy Guidry,” Lecture by Lee Gray, PhD, Curator, Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Oliver Hall Auditorium, April 2014View Details
Dialogist, Edited by Michael Loruss, Volume I, Issue IV, January 2014View Journal
"Interview #9- Amy Guidry," Gabe Wells, The Saturated Life, April 7, 2013
Interview available through iTunes.
van Meijel, Lobke. “Kunst Met Een Diervriendelijke Missie.” VEGAN Magazine, Spring 2017: 10-12 and Cover
Amy's painting "Exposed" is featured on the cover of the Netherland magazine, VEGAN. Additional works are featured inside as well as an interview.Read the Interview (In Dutch)
Gannon, Patricia. “Apocalypse Now: Amy Guidry's Art Speaks of Her Fears for the Planet.” The Advocate, April 10, 2017Read the Interview
Denver Quarterly, Volume 50, Number 4, Summer 2016, Cover
Amy's painting "Preservation" was selected for the cover of the latest issue of the Denver Quarterly.
The Journal: A Literary Magazine, Summer 2016, Issue 40.3: 46-56 and Cover
Amy's painting "Vital" was featured on the cover of The Journal. Several of her paintings are featured inside the magazine as well as an interview with Suzannah Showler.
"Surreal Reality: Life, Death, and Veganism on Canvas" by Maria Chiorando, Vegan Life Magazine, November 2015, p. 102-105
Vegan Life Magazine in the UK recently interviewed Amy about her work for their November 2015 issue.
"Death Becomes Us: Why We All Need to See Death and Decay" by Carla Valentine, Huffington Post, March 19, 2015
Amy's painting "Everything's Coming Up Roses" was featured as the title image to an essay by Carla Valentine, Curator of Barts Pathology Museum in LondonRead the Essay
Camas Magazine, Summer 2015, Cover
Amy's painting "Symbiotic" was featured on the cover of Camas Magazine.
"Inspired Art," Laura Cooke, Veggie Bunch, 2014
"Amy Guidry is a vegan painter whose thought-provoking work looks closely at the delicate relationship between all life on this planet and the complexities of the life cycle. She took some time out to speak to us about her art."Visit Website
"Emerging Artists: Amy Guidry," Art Galleries and Artists of the South Magazine, Volume 11, Issue 2, p. 66
Amy was one of the seven artists selected in the Art Galleries and Artists of the South Magazine's Emerging Artist Competition.Read Article
"Zonkey, Buried Wolves Found Among Contemporary Pieces in Dothan Art Exhibit," Peggy Ussery, Dothan Eagle, July 13, 2014
"Of the 47 pieces, there are a number of works that stand out. Amy Guidry's "The Pack" is an acrylic painting on canvas that features five wolves in a desert setting..."Read Article
"Interview: Amy Guidry and Her Contemporary Surrealism," Lila Varo, Mistura Urbana, February 2014
(Translated from Portuguese) "A while ago I met the work of artist Amy Guidry. Surrealism-fan that I am, I couldn't resist the chance to have a little chat with her about their works loaded with psychological approaches."Read Interview (in Portugese)
"The Work of Artist Amy Guidry," William Kalec, Acadiana Profile Magazine, October/November 2013
"...quite frankly, Guidry’s work doesn’t blend in seamlessly when hung over a fireplace. It’s different, not for a shock, but for substance."Read Article
"'State of the Art' now on display at Studio Montclair," Joan Finn, The Montclair Times, March 31, 2013
"Working in a wide array of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, video, and sound, these artists engage the senses and challenge the mind," stated exhibition juror Helaine Posner, senior curator of contemporary art at the Neuberger Museum of Art, at Purchase College, State University of New York."Read Article