Aimee Guido is continuing her artistic career in her hometown of Natchez, Mississippi, which is the inspiration for much of her work.
After careful study under some of the best professors in Mississippi, Guido is stepping out into the artistic world to create art for personal and professional purposes.
Creating work in both two and three dimensions, each piece is different. All ceramic forms are hand thrown on the wheel or made with the help of a press mould. A rustic elegance unifies all of her pieces combining her Deep South roots with function. Each one of her works is created to resemble a piece that will be a part of your family forever.
Pattern and repetition are seen in many of her personal works; however, a variety of subject matter has been captured. Paintings and other two dimension works created show her ability to express an emotion, record feelings and create a work that makes the viewer feel that he or she has been waiting for this work his or her entire life. Guido’s paintings use the age-old technique of glazing to create rich, vibrant, dimensional works.
The pieces are ever changing, but they will always stay true to the deep south roots that brought Guido’s talents to the surface.
University of Southern Mississippi (2010)
Hattiesburg, Mississippi - Masters in Art Education
Delta State University (2008)
Cleveland, Mississippi - Bachelor of Arts-Art Education
Magna cum Laude Graduate
Copiah Lincoln Community College (2005)
Natchez, Mississippi - Associate in Art
Ink drawings featured on the cover of The Community College Writer, a state literary publication
and Refractions, and local literary publication, 2005
Ink drawings featured on the covers of Natchez Garden Club yearbooks 2007-present
Ink drawings used for the annual Natchez City Cemetery fundraiser Angels on the Bluff
University of Southern Mississippi – Masters of Art Education Show “Come Together: When Media Connect”