Amanda McKenzie

Amanda siamese fighting fly

Amanda McKenzie is an Edmonton based visual artist who earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Alberta. Amanda’s creative practice utilizes printmaking, photography, and collage to explore ideas of the fallibility and distortion of nostalgia, memory, and reality.

Amanda’s work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at SNAP Gallery as a 2012 Artist in Residence and also at the Naess Gallery. She has been a part of numerous group exhibitions in Canadian cities such as Edmonton and surrounding communities, Calgary, Kelowna, Ottawa, Vancouver, as well as internationally in Mysłakowice, Poland.

Amanda has taught art programs at Red Deer College Summer Series Program, Art Gallery of St. Albert, Gallery@501, City Arts Centre, Smeltzer House, and she is SNAP’s Printshop & Programs Coordinator. | @amandamckz


  • One of SNAP’s Print Sampler and Screen Printing Instructors
  • Tailored Printmaking Program areas of expertise include:
    • Photolithography and Screen Printing: basics, CMYK, and printing on numerous materials
    • Experimental Relief Printing (linocut and embossment), collage methods and chine collé techniques
    • Amanda has experience in teaching children and youth, with parental supervision, if applicable programs are requested.