I'm Amanda Ng, an illustrator and visual artist based in South Australia. I enjoy working on my own as well as in collaboration and am open for commissions.

Inspired by movement and mood, I have a passion for portraiture, creative typography, storyboard making, and character design. 

I specialise in watercolour, ink painting and drawing, and use tone and expressive lines to convey emotions and stories in my images.

 

 

 Education: 

2012-2014    Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication)

                     University of South Australia 

 

Publications: 

2016   Illustration for The Legend of Monga Khan: An Aussie Folk Hero, published by

           Peter Drew Arts, Griffin Press

2013   Cover illustration for Disparate Measures: New Poems in Traditional Metres edited by Tom Burton,

           UniVerse Publications 

 

Exhibitions: 

2018   Emma Hack Art Prize (Finalist), Burnside Village, Adelaide

2018   Bloom, Emma Hack Gallery, Adelaide

2017   Asia Contemporary Art Show, Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong

2017   Echoes of Rococo, Carclew, Adelaide

2016   Emma Hack Art Prize (Finalist), Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide 

2016   RAW Adelaide: Futures, The Producers Bar, Adelaide 

2015   When Scopes Collide, The Producers Bar, Adelaide 

2015   Inky Girl solo exhibition, The Howling Owl, Adelaide 

2015   Helpmann Exhibition at WOMADelaide 2015, Botanic Park, Adelaide 

2014   2:34 Visual Communication Graduate Exhibition, UniSA, Adelaide 

2014   Hatch, SA Writers’ Centre, Adelaide 

2012   Spicer Fair Exhibition, Spicer Uniting Church, Adelaide