Amanda Witucki is a self-taught artist living in Austin who has been creating consistent bodies of work for the past two years. Her focus is paper sculpture and origami. She graduated in 2010 with a BA in Psychology with a minor in French from the University of Kansas. You can find her work around Austin at Art for the People Gallery and ArtUs Co. She currently has an exhibit with Molly Knobloch at Contracommon until July 16th entitled “Séjour en Couleur.” She has participated in several group shows, most recently at Pink the Pop Up and the East Austin Studio Tour. 

 “I’ve been a creator my whole life, but found my voice through paper as a medium. I love how approachable this medium is. It’s inexpensive, easy to manipulate, but with the right skill can create truly intricate and massive design. My work plays heavily on color, texture, and repetition. I think some of the most impressive art can be created from simple objects/techniques but multiplied hundredfold. I have a background in design, so I’m always looking to create larger installations that can transform a space and envelope the viewer.”


IG: @thepapercommittee