Amber Fyfe is a Canadian artist born in Regina, Saskatchewan. She studied at the University of Regina. Fyfe's preferred theme in her work involves working in an expressionist way, with oil paint or pastels. Fyfe has revealed much of her inspiration for her art is received from nature and her grandmother Julia, who was raised in the 1930s.
Fyfe's works have been featured in MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, through group collections and, currently exhibits through the Regina Federation of Artists, and Art Gallery of Regina. Fyfe is also the owner of Amber Fyfe Grasshoper Studio.
Fyfe's most recent exhibition was featured in the summer of 2016, at 2338 Smith Street in Regina. Titled Regina Five: Down the Drain, the work involved five sinks with replicated paintings of the Regina Five rendered on the inside of sinks that had been pushed into the ground forcing the viewer to stand over top to see the image.
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