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Born in 1993 in Beverley, East Yorkshire; Amy's love of horses was first ignited by her mother who worked with racehorses from a young age. This was to be a path Amy soon followed, gaining her first job in a horse racing yard at the age of 14. She most recently worked for William Haggas for several years in Newmarket where she now resides, dedicating her full working life to her art.


She is best known for her ability to encapsulate the anatomical distinctions and intangible attributes of her equine subjects. Green often spends a considerable amount of time gathering her own reference material and insights. Meeting the people involved at the heart of the sport and observing their connection to the horses. Taking this inspiration back to her studio, she then uses a diverse range of materials including acrylic, pen and pencil often building up the image with a myriad of layers and glazes. 


Amy’s work features in private collections globally, spanning across the UK, Ireland, Gibraltar, America, Australia and Japan. Her artistic skills were refined in her early 20s when she studied the great equine painters including Sir Alfred Munnings, Richard Stone Reeves and Lucy Kemp-Welch. This practice combined with years of hands-on experience working with horses, strong interests in breeding and pedigrees and an undeniable love for painting and drawing has helped her hone her craft to become one of England's most respected equine artists.

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