Amanda Lilleston is a visual artist living in Maine. Her creative practice grows from the traditional and expansive world of printmaking. Her artwork depicts a long and evolving relationship with human anatomy, physiology, and ecology. Using printmaking techniques and paper joining, Lilleston transforms zoological/anatomical/botanical imagery into adapting structures and environments.
Lilleston has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally including the International Triennial Colour in Graphic Arts in Torún, Poland; Boston Printmakers North American Print Biennial; the Atlanta Print Biennial; the Zillman Art Museum, and upcoming participation in the DI CARTA / PAPERMADE 6th edition: International Contemporary Art Biennale at the Museo Civico Palazzo Fogazzaro in Schio, Italy. She has prints in permanent collections at the Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art in Japan, the Southern Graphics Council International Print Archives, and the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, among others.