Amanda Danning, a forensic artist, painter, and sculptor hails from Columbus, Texas. She used to draw pictures of horses when she was very young. That passion to draw was the beginning of her artistic journey and it continues today when she sets brush to canvas. She has been commissioned to do portraits, both personal and historical. Though she paints primarily in oils, she also enjoys drawing in pastels as well.
Though acclaimed for her forensic sculpting abilities, Amanda is an accomplished sculptor in her own right. She still loves getting her hands on clay and molding something unique. She has worked in and with all sorts of subject material and in various scales using a variety of different media including wood, bronze and resin composite.
Amanda's work on facial reconstructions is geared toward archeological finds rather than on criminal investigations. She puts faces to people that lived hundreds or even thousands of years ago.
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