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About Amantha Tsaros


These are bold, loud, opinionated works of optimism that grow out of my passionate desire to drown out the negativity and darkness and absurd bullying that are heaped on us at an ever-increasing rate and ear-splitting volume.

With color, paint and bold brush strokes, I want to trample darkness with Love. Joy. Optimism and Happiness. My paintings are a dare to overtake the forces that repress us and to rise up and dominate with positivity.

Every painting and every color choice is a bold statement, telling the world that I am not neutral: I side with inclusivity, diversity and love.

I approach each painting as a celebration of life - seeking out colors and shapes that express joy, happiness or overcoming hardship. Often choosing a candy-colored palette brings a reminder of sweet joys of childhood. Vibrant pinks and greens are a reminder that joy is ahead.

I begin each painting with a bold and energetic brush stroke or shape that will inform the overall composition of the finished work. My brushes and painting tools range from large traditional art brushes to simple house painting brushes and sponges. Layering colors and shapes over and alongside each other creates an energetic field of forms that work together in wild harmony.

In painting I have found endless exuberance is pairing together feelings that create snippets of joy, ready to be enjoyed. Once upon a time, my mom asked me to wear yellow to her funeral. I didn’t, but I paint with it a lot, each new line and splash a homage to home and the beginnings of a window into our resilience, hope, and heart.
My current work has lit up rooms at the Massachusetts State House and Cary Memorial Library, not to mention quite a few national exhibitions. And lemme tell you: getting to sprinkle around that seemingly untouchable spirit of life totally lights my fire. 

Ultimately, art is undoubtedly a dare. To allow yourself to laugh—loudly, and shamelessly. To give yourself permission to let your liveliness loose in a field of hot pink wildflowers. And to realize, then accept, that you deserve pure, undiluted joy.

What people are saying

Amantha's work is fresh, energetic, and oh-so-appealing... like Amantha herself! "Tuxedo" delights me every day! This painting is the dramatic centerpiece of the room. - Deborah B., Massachusetts

Your art makes me so happy! I've framed it and put it in my office. I love looking at it when I am daydreaming! Thank you so much for the beautiful packaging and lovely note! - Collector, Texas

Love these! Looks so much better in person. Really brightens my family room. Fast shipping. Everything arrived in perfect condition. Couldn't be happier! - Jean Y., California

The artwork is gorgeous! It arrived within one week of my purchase and even the packaging was pleasing to my eyes. Meticulous wrapping and carefully protected tight-fitting cardboard corners let me know how much care Amantha took in making sure my new treasure arrived safely. A+, 5 stars, and 2 thumbs up for Amantha Tsaros! - Adrienne A., Massachusetts

If there was anything that Amantha did that was not accurate, it was that she didn't fully express the awesomeness of these prints. I love, love, love the work, and as soon as I figure out where they go in the house, I'm building my own Amantha Tsaros shrine. - Dave C., California


2018 Excessive Exuberance, Munroe Center for the Arts, Lexington, MA (Solo) 

2017 Illuminations, gallery blink, Lexington MA

2017 Miniatures, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA, Juried by Marni Katz

2016 Exuberant Abstraction, Tufts Diversity Gallery, Watertown, MA (Solo)

2015 Happy Harpiness, Munroe Center for the Arts, Lexington, MA (Solo) 

2015 Arts in Bloom, Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton, Hopkinton, MA. Juried by Arthur Dion, Gallery NAGA, 

2014 New Members Group Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA

2012 Fresh Visions: Painting Now, Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton, Hopkinton, MA.Juried by Zola Solamenta, Director, the Arden Gallery

2011 Holiday Originals, Concord Art Association, Concord, MA

2011 Small Wonders, The Artist’s Gallery, Flagstaff, AZ

2011 Everything Must Go!, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA

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