Amanda Triplett is an artist working with recycled fiber, video, and installation. Amanda creates sculptural fiber works that explore biology, identity and motherhood.
Amanda received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2004 where she discovered a deep love for art making. She has shown mostly in the Bay Area and Pacific Northwest including Kaleid Gallery in San Jose, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, COCA in Seattle, Art House Gallery in Berkeley, Ford Gallery, Multnomah Art Gallery. Amanda recently had a solo show at the Whipple Fine Art Center Gallery at Umpqua Community College. Amanda was a 2016 Glean artist-in-resident, where she was given access to the Portland dump to glean waste materials to make sculpture and installation. She lives and works in Portland, Oregon.