American artist Amanda Marie spent May and June traveling around Europe, showing her work at fairs and making beautiful public street art along the way. She started her trip by visiting Germany where she introduced some new works @ Stroke Munich through Battalion Gallery, Amsterdam. As a main piece for the show, she made a beautiful And Off They Slowly Rode Together piece, a huge canvas showing her signature vintage-feel imagery and palette. It is in her recognizable style can be seen as lovely and cute, as well as a bit scary and sad.
While in the city, Amanda also did some public works, such as mural she worked on during the fair, and her popular Gravity Girl image on an abandoned building. After Munich, the artist visited Amsterdam, where she did more public works all over the city. She did small murals in a legendary graffiti shop Henxs, as well as the Genuine Milk piece she did on the streets of central Amsterdam, near the legendary Caffe Belgique. And finally, she took part in a Made Creative project in the Nord Amsterdam, where she did a huge Imaginary Girls mural on the same spot where Ben Eine, Neils ‘Shoe’ Muelmen, and Ludo previously painted their pieces. After finishing these lovely works, Amanda went back into the studio where she’s currently working on her pieces for the upcoming SCOPE Basel fair, as well as a Converse branding project she’s taking part in.