Amy Kann is a sculptor living and working in Philadelphia. Her work is part of the permanent collections of The Smithsonian Museum, The British Museum, The Brookgreen Gardens Museum, The McNay Museum, The National Sculpture Society, and The American Numismatic Society. Kann’s work has been exhibited in The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum, the Woodmere Museum, The Pennsylvania State Museum, and The Brookgreen Gardens Museum. She is the Vice President of the National Sculpture Society in New York City.
Kann has completed numerous public and private commissions. In 2012, the artist was chosen for the Rainey Master Sculptor Residency at The Brookgreen Gardens Museum, and she is the recipient of the Alex J. Ettl Grant for Sculpture from The National Sculpture Society. Kann’s work has been featured in American Art Collector, Sculpture Review, International Artist, among others.
The artist’s numerous awards include Best in Show, First Place, and Second Place Awards from The Portrait Society of America; the Gold and Bronze Medals from The National Sculpture Society; the First Place Award for Sculpture from the Salmagundi Club; and the Second Place Award from The Pennsylvania State Museum, along with many other awards from The National Sculpture Society, Allied Artists of America, The Red River Museum, The Audubon Society, and the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Society.
Kann is represented by Cheryl Newby Gallery (Pawleys Island, SC) and Taylor and Graham Fine Art (New York City).