Amanda Wilson is an illustrator, graphic designer, and art educator.
Her work has been published in many magazines and books including
New York Magazine, Bon Appetit Magazine, Viking Press, St. Martin's Press, Clarkson Potter, and Stewart, Tabori & Chang. She is known for her whimsical watercolors and her clean design sense. She has won awards in both illustration and graphic design from the Society of Illustrators and the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Her work has been shown at the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Society of Publication Designers. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts and a Masters of Art in Teaching from Manhattanville College with New York certification. She was also the Education Chair on the Board of the Edward Hopper House Art Center in Nyack, New York. She has
worked with elementary, middle school, and high school students in the Scarsdale school district for many years. She has taught drawing, painting, collage, and mixed media to students of all ages at the Katonah Museum
of Art, Westchester Community College, the Museum of Modern Art's
Art Barge and St. Thomas Aquinas College.