Grew up in Canada’s great outdoors where deer, bear, moose, and elk freely roam. This wealth of subject material combined with her God-given talent has enabled her to share the beauty she sees around her with others. “Nature and animals have always made me feel free,” says Amy. Growing up with a disabled father, Amy believes that it was her therapeutic painting time that helped relieve the stress and pain that was a constant challenge in her life as she was growing up. She believes that her First Nations ancestry (Mohawk) and her tremendous love for the outdoors and nature’s creatures, in addition to her memory of her father, Dale Keller, drive the passion she brings to canvas. A move to western Canada in 2008 inspired Amy to explore new and exciting stylistic approaches to her work that have emerged into two unique styles that she likes to describe as Modern Impressionism and SkyDance Series.