Amy Ruedinger is a multi-media artist working in metals, printmaking, bookmaking and drawing. Her conceptual concerns are are inner/outer, past/present, beliefs and balance. She has shown work in numerous galleries throughout the nation. She donated a bowl to the Empty Bowls Exhibition and Benefit in Houston, Texas. Her cast bronze book, Belief Bones, won the Dan Favor Memorial Award at the Unconventional Wisconsin exhibit. She won a Merit Award in painting from NAEA, published artwork in Cutbank Literary Magazine and won an outstanding Educator Award from Scholastic. Amy earned a BS in Fine Art from Madison Wisconsin, a MFA in Mixed Media from PSU Portland, Oregon and has a Teaching Certificate at the secondary level. She also lived and studied art and Spanish in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico and metals in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacan, Mexico.


Other activities include being a Hospice Volunteer, OPB, CAA and Southern Poverty Law Center member.