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Amanda Maldonado

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Rational Alchemy: Amanda Maldonado, Coy Ink Studio

Local artist Amanda Maldonado stops in to Rational Alchemy too the show the kind of line drawings, places and people, she’s become well known for. Hosted by Nigel Aves, recorded at the Captn’s Lounge Studio.

Produced and edited by T.G. Lewis of Captn’s Lounge Studio for the CiT NETWORK.

Amanda Maldonado
Coy Ink Studio
Artist, Illustrator, & Art Instructor

(720) 340-2016

BIO: Amanda Maldonado is a fine artist based in Longmont, Colorado, known for her intricate line drawings of people and places. Her work has gained a reputation for its attention to detail and the way it captures the essence of its subjects.

Maldonado's interest in art began at a young age, and she has been honing her skills as a visual artist for many years. She is largely self-taught, and her work reflects a deep understanding of the techniques and principles of drawing. Her style is characterized by the use of fine lines and delicate shading to create complex images that are both realistic and expressive.

Maldonado's drawings often depict people and places she encounters in her daily life, and her work is imbued with a sense of intimacy and familiarity. Her attention to detail and the meticulousness of her approach give her drawings a sense of depth and complexity that draws the viewer in and invites them to linger over the image.

Maldonado has exhibited her work in a number of venues in Colorado and beyond, and she has received recognition for her talent and dedication to her craft. She continues to create new work and explore the possibilities of drawing as a medium for artistic expression.

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