Amy Marie Regan is a celebrated artist and photographer from Windham, NH, who has captivated audiences with her unique vision. Amy honed her skills at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, graduating with a BFA in 2008. Her work has been showcased at various venues, including Art Current in Provincetown, MA, and Wyatt Art Studios in Rochester, NH.
Amy’s passion for art extends beyond her own work; in 2011, she co-founded the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts and serves as its co-chair. She also plays a pivotal role in promoting the arts in the City of Rochester, NH, as a member of the Commission for Arts & Culture. Her dedication to the community and the arts earned her the President’s Volunteer Service Award in 2018.
Amy’s art is characterized by her ability to capture fleeting moments in time that create a scene. She explains, “My work is about moments that create a scene. A second beforehand or a second after and the image would mean nothing; they themselves are almost pure luck.” Her photographs focus on the beauty of everyday life, from people on their way to work to simple, elegant lines. Amy finds inspiration in the mundane and brings it to life through her lens.