Amanda is currently living in the small town of Wellsville, NY with her artist husband Brian Oglesbee.

Inquire if you are interested in buying paintings and archival prints.  

One may reach her by email or phone

artist statement

I am moved by the beauty and courage of all things that grow on earth.   As I paint trees and flowers they become portraits of beings compelled to grow and survive. Some of my paintings are made directly observing nature.  My work is sometimes influenced by historical art and other times built entirely from my imagination allowing the piece to grow organically with an equal combination of intent and acceptance.  Most of my paintings are a combination of these different approaches.

-Amanda Parry Oglesbee


Amanda Parry Oglesbee studied painting at Rochester Institute of Technology and at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a BFA and a spot in that year’s Fellowship Show in 1976.  Later she was awarded an M.S. in Art Education from Alfred University.  From 1977 to 2012 Amanda taught young artists in New York State.  Amanda was the recipient of a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship to Japan and also a teaching grant by The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  She has held a residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France and was invited to teach a class in Wuhan, China.  
Selected solo and group exhibitions over the years include the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY; the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY;  the Art Institute of Chicago;  the Coohaus Gallery in NYC;  the Fosdick Nelson Gallery in Alfred, NY and many other regional, national and international venues.