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Amy Putman

Amy Putman is a collage and mixed media artist based in Montclair, New Jersey. Raised outside of Boston, Amy received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.Her 17-year career as a Creative Director at CBS News fueled Amy’s passion for issues of social justice. While at CBS, she became an activist, and as Creative Director helped launch and brand the Million Mom March for Common Sense Gun Laws on the National Mall in Washington DC, considered the largest march of its time. The results of the 2016 election turned her focus to creating art full- time. Amy’s political artwork has drawn the attention of local and national press including NBC and Newsweek magazine. Amy’s work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions both domestically and abroad with her work in many private collections. She has exhibited at the Montclair Art Museum and is featured in the book, "Making the Cut Vol 1; The World's Best Collage Artists." Amy is a founding member of the New York Collage Ensemble, co-chair of the Artists and Talent Peer Group for The Impact Guild, and a Trustee of the Montclair Art Museum. She is excited to have joined the Manufacturers Village Artist Community this year.

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