The At Wild Woman illustration series depicts the female form in wild spaces.

She’s happiest in the mountains or by the sea. She doesn’t run from her heart, she listens to it. If you burn her to the ground she will rise from the ashes every time.

She is in no hurry. She can be restless. Her hair is usually messy and heart so big. She will never beg you to stay. She knows everything will be okay.

Her real home is deep in the forest. She takes her coffee black. She’ll wake before the sun one day and dance until it comes up the next. She searches for truth. She doesn’t need your validation. She can be a loner, but if you see the fire within her, she’ll be the most loyal companion you could ever find.



About the Artist & Founder

Colorado-based artist and writer Amanda Sandlin is currently working on abstract oil paintings, often inspired by her love for western landscapes, using lush, thick textures and emotive marks.

Amanda grew up homeschooled, splitting time between cruise ships and a small farm in Pennsylvania. Her nomadic and solitary upbringing led to a rich interior life and intimacy with nature, a relationship she explores through her work.

In addition to visual art, Amanda also writes and has self-published an art and poetry book, 100 Days of Feeling My Feelings, featuring 100 poems and paintings depicting her emotional state each day. A self-taught artist, Amanda received a BA in Journalism from Rider University.

Amanda is available for design and illustration projects. You can see her portfolio and hire her here.