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Amy Thornton writes, paints and designs for a better world. In the same way she creates artwork that explodes with color and movement, Amy paints with words to shape illuminated stories packed with meaning. She believes the power of words can change worlds. Amy lives in Denver, where she practices her daily destiny of BEING in a DOING world.
Become inspired by Amy's story of reinvention in her new book: Chance to Change: A Midlife Resurrection. A delightful fusion of imaginative wisdom and insights around the journey into life's second half. Amy invents JOLLIs (just-one-little-letter-insights), Thornisms and typoknackabilities that deliver refreshing insights with simplicity and candor. Chance to Change, her first foray into creative nonfiction, expands upon themes found in her popular Stalk Your Talk and Dollishop transformational experiences.
Amy’s passion for artistic innovation began early under the influence of both her creative parents. At age twelve, she learned from her artist father how to hand set type on the family’s antique letterpress, and her zeal for creating graphics and publications took flight.
Through the past thirty years of professional artistry both as an internationally collected fine artist and award-winning creative director, Amy has lived and worked in London, Manhattan and Denver. To view her artwork or design portfolios please visit: amythorntonartworks.com or amythorntondesign.com
With an impressive list of clientele and collectors that include Fortune 500 companies and pro athletes, she has also had artwork installed at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York in Manhattan. Amy is passionate about her contributions, whether they are made via a paintbrush or a computer keyboard.
Her many accolades include: The Gold Award, Book Design, Independent Publishers Association; First place, Annual Report Design, Silver Peak Awards; Pride Award, Selected for National Tour, Appleton Papers; Outstanding Guidebooks, American Association of Museums; Finalist, Children’s Books of Distinction, Hungry Mind Review; Pick of the List, American Booksellers Association.
Amy facilitates frequently on a range of topics including: turning about negative self-talk, transformation, personal inspiration and practical AsIS living. She loves to deliver keynotes and half-day or full-day versions of this content, depending on the needs and focus of an organization.
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