E12 Amada Estabillo – Recreating memories through abstract elements and the role of an educator while in isolation
Amada Estabillo’s work combines abstract elements and representations of human figures that often recreate memories of spaces and places.
In this episode Amada talks to Tammy from @partial.gallery about her recent work, the way being a mother has influenced her practice and give us a tour in her studio as they discuss how her role as an educator has changed during this time of isolation.
Amada Estabillo was born in Scarborough to an Irish-American mother and a Filipino father and grew up in Newmarket. She attended York University and earned a BFA in Visual Art as well as a BEd. She teaches art in York region and lives in west side of Toronto with her husband, two daughters, a small dog and a couple of budgies.
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