A prolific artist, Amy Musia works in a variety of artistic mediums from painting and photography to sculpture. For over 30 years, Musia has worked eff ectively with private and public art committees, architects, engineers and designers creating a multitude of successful commissions for private and corporate clients. She has her artwork in corporate, public and private collections all over the United States and across the globe in Japan.
Nature, symbolism and architecture are the major influences for her designs.
MUSIA STATES: “Even though my work envelopes a myriad of mediums and styles, my present focus in which to express my voice as an artist is contemporary columns and capitals. Individually designed, each wall, half or full column translates dreams, beliefs, aspirations, and/or loves into a glamorous and thought-provoking work of art.
Closely working with the client, I create pieces that reflect their vision for home or office, indoors or outdoors. Corporate philosophies have even been interpreted into these architectural works-of-art which have proudly become focal points in lobbies and board rooms.”
STATEMENT ABOUT THE EPWORTH CROSSING WALL SCULPTURE:
“‘ZEN’ was created to ease one’s mind and to off er peace and hope and give a sense of uplifting the spirit. ‘ZEN’ is intended to give a place to make you notice yourself, to go beyond the words and wonder what your own mind and being are. It is intended to give the viewer an outlet to have introspection, to explore, to uplift the spirit, to find hope and to find peace. The structure of the piece with the floating external pieces is to encourage thinking…to let thoughts come into the mind and let it go out. To let the thoughts become waves of your mind and if you are not bothered by the waves, they will become gradually calmer and calmer.”