About the Artist
Amanda Kiser, a Fine Art Painter / Singer songwriter born and raised in Indiana, gives all of her artistic abilities to the glory of her King Jesus. She is also a wife and a mother of three boys. Amanda's main studio is now in the hills of Tennessee. She also does a lot of traveling to the ocean for painting sessions and art exhibitions.
Her paintings and songs come from an intimate time hanging out with Holy Spirit rather than just doing a painting job. She loves to ask Him in every detail, “what color now Lord… “ He knows better than me the colors, He knows the rhythm and flow better than me. I’m just there to move the paint around and hoping it all points to Him.”
Amanda does commissions, giclee prints, exhibitions, art heart therapy, and live prophetic painting.
Amanda grew up in the countryside of the Midwest in Indiana where she remembers creating before anything else. Singing, dancing, painting, sketching and just always wanting to be outside, admiring creation and talking to God wondering what to create next. Her family was a vital part in her becoming an artist as they always encouraged her to keep creating by supplying all her art needs. Her parents would allow her to stay up all night painting and create murals on her walls and keep on painting them over and over.
She later went on to receive an associates in graphic design and multimedia but always kept returning to the paintbrush.
She does not consider herself any one type or style of fine art painter or singer/songwriter as her paintings and style of music have changed as she has changed and grown. We live, we learn, we grow, As do paintings and songs with the seasons along our journey.
Amandas heart behind her art is to bring healing to individuals through the creating process of the art. To be able to paint with those who feel completely broken and see them come back to life again through creating with Jesus as they learn Gods heart for them through art.
“You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy, at Your right hand there are pleasures forevermore. [Acts 2:25-28, 31.]”
Psalm 16:11 AMPC