Amie Laurel Esslinger
amielaurel@gmail.com
+1 (404) 518-3055

 

AWARDS / RESIDENCIES  

2017

Yaddo, Artists’ Fellowship, Saratoga Springs, NY 

The Hambidge Center, Artist Residency, Rabun Gap, GA 

2007

Prix de Joe Award, Kojo Griffin Selects, Atlanta, GA 

First Place Artistic Display, GSU Undergraduate Research Conference, Atlanta, GA 

Nomination for the GSU Andrew West Scholarship, Atlanta, GA 

 

EXHIBITIONS 

2019 

The World Unseen: Intersections of Art and Science, David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution, Atlanta, GA

Art Papers 20th Annual Art Auction (invitation only), Atlanta, GA

Trio – Traveling exhibit of art, music, and literature in association with the Southern Independent Bookstore Alliance

2018

Little Things Mean a Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Art Papers 19th Annual Art Auction (invitation only), Atlanta, GA 

2017

Hambidge Art Auction (invitation only), Atlanta, GA 

Art Papers 18th Annual Art Auction (invitation only), Atlanta, GA 

Burnaway Art Crush Auction (invitation only), Atlanta, GA 

2016

Hot Combos, Hathaway Contemporary, Atlanta, GA 

Systems (two person exhibition), Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA  

2014

Little Things Mean a Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2007

Kojo Griffin Selects - Student Juried Exhibition, Ernest G. Welch Gallery, Atlanta, GA 

2006

M.U.T.E.D. - collaboration with Craig Dongoski, Ernest G. Welch Gallery, Atlanta, GA 

 

EDUCATION 

2008

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA - BFA Drawing and Painting 

2005

Santa Reparata ISA, Florence, Italy - Summer Printmaking Studio 

 

PUBLICATIONS 

2019

Breedlove, B., & Weber, J. (2019). Difficult Places, Unexpected Discoveries. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 25(7), 1440-1441.

https://dx.doi.org/10.3201/eid2507.ac2507

2017

Interview - Art the Science. “Creators – Amie Esslinger.” January 4, 2017. 

https://artthescience.com/blog/2017/01/04/creators-amie-esslinger/ 

2016

Butler, Jared. “Amie Esslinger & Lauren Peterson at Swan Coach House Gallery.” Burnaway. September 7, 2016.

http://burnaway.org/review/amie-esslinger-and-lauren-michelle-peterson/ 

McClintock, Dinah. “”Systems” at Swan Coach House is a Systematic Exploration of Art-Making.” ArtsATL. August 22, 2016. 

http://artsatl.com/systems-swan-coach-house/ 

Feaster, Felicia. “Hidden Worlds are Concern of Two Atlanta Artists.” Atlanta Journal Constitution. August 19, 2016. 

http://www.myajc.com/entertainment/arts--theater/review-hidden-worlds-are-concern-two-atlanta-artists/Fd3Zmxip4RtM1oOZrhecVJ/