Amber Boardman (born 1981) is an artist working primarily in painting and animation. Born in Portland, ME, she received her Bachelor's in Fine Art from Georgia State University, her Master's in Fine Art from School of Visual Arts, and her PhD from University of New South Wales . Her work explores a "long-standing fascination with women's beauty rituals and the industry around them." She was notably a finalist for both the Archibald Prize and the Geelong Art Prize in 2018. Her work is represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, GA, and has been shown internationally.
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