Though the source of inspiration for my work is based in the landscape, I mostly work in the studio drawing on memory and sensory impressions gathered from different places I've lived and visited.  This way of working allows me to focus on expressing my inner experience of outer nature.  After many years of looking at the land and sky to create illusions of it, I am now more interested in playing with form and materials to give a total effect of landscape or nature as I experience it.  Light, color, movement, weather and seasons become the subject matter.  An illusion of space has given way to an implied space, one that is arranged and felt in almost a childlike manner.  Paintings are begun with the slimmest of intentions and in the process I discover odd relationships and unexpected color harmonies.  


2016  Follow Your Heart, Harrison Center for the Arts Indianapolis  
2016  Symphonic, Water Street Gallery, Douglas, MI
2015  20th Anniversary Show: AXIS Architecture Indianapolis IN  
​2015  Symphonic, Water Street Gallery Douglas MI  
​2015  Weather Polyphony: New Work by Amy Falstrom, Harrison Center for the Arts Indianapolis IN  
​2015  4 Eyes, Water Street Gallery, Douglas, MI    
2014  National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield VA  
2014  Valco Financial Advisors, Indianapolis, IN  
2014  Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, IN    
2013  Who's That? Water Street Gallery Douglas MI  
2014  New Work Tamarack Gallery Omena MI


MFA Printing: Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
BFA Painting and Drawing: University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC