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"One", oil on illustration board. Amy Abshier-Reyes.

Amy Abshier - Palm Springs. The +Address of Amy Abshier is 788 North Riverside Drive, Palm Springs. Result for Amy Abshier in City Palm Springs of the State California was found by the Phone Number:

Stanley married the love of his life, Ardeth Brockman, on February 14, 1953. They have three beloved daughters, Karen Abshier and her husband Kim, of Wadsworth, Texas; Connie Milliff and her husband, Larry, of Wadsworth, Texas; and Kay Hodges of Allen, Texas. Stanley is survived by his older brother, Flem Storey Keathley, Jr. and his wife, Evelyn of Conroe, Texas, his daughters, his six grandchildren, Amy Abshier-Reyes and her husband, Ricky, of Kansas City, Missouri; Douglas Abshier and his wife, Stacy, of Schertz, Texas; Kathryn Milliff of Austin, Texas; Jessamyn DeVos, and her husband, Doug, of Bay City, Texas; Alan Hodges of Allen, Texas; and Paul Hodges of Austin, Texas; two great-grandchildren, Esther Rose and Ian Reyes of Kansas City, Missouri; numerous nieces and nephews; and loyal dog, Joe. He is also survived by his brother-in-law, Larry Brockman and his wife Bea, of Richardson, Texas; and by special friends, Marc and Karin Hill and their children, Amanda, Chandler, and Spencer, of Bay City, Texas. Stanley is preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Donna Nell Dill; his brother, Dr. David Lee Keathley; niece Linda Dill Day and great-niece Dana Marie Day.

Commissioned eye painting by Amy Abshier-Reyes. Oil on board, 2012.

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    Amy Abshier-ReyesMost of my works are painted as a mimicry of traditional portraiture, but are (as I see them) vehicles to another concept entirely. Almost all of them have a very tongue- in-cheek wryness about them as I explore themes ranging from self-image issues to historical oddities to the dissection of fairy tales and popular culture. They differ in emotion; some are just silly, while others are plainly macabre, but they are all simple illustrations to the subtle narratives underneath.

    Hi, my name is Amy Abshier and I like to paint imaginary portraits and other fictions.

    I was raised on the Texas Gulf Coast, in a small farming and ranching community. I moved to Kansas City, MO to attend classes at the Kansas City Art Institute, where I received my bachelor’s degree in fine art in 1997. I relocated to Ventura, CA in 2001 and moved back to Kansas City in the spring of 2005. I've done illustrations for books and magazines, but I'm really happy doing my own thing these days.
    I mostly show paintings at the Blue Gallery in Kansas City, but have exhibited all over the country.

    Most of my works are painted as a mimicry of traditional portraiture, but are (as I see them) vehicles to another concept entirely. Almost all of them have a very tongue-in-cheek wryness about them as I explore themes ranging from self-image…