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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