About the Artist

Amy M. Ehrlich

watermedia artist

Amy M. Ehrlich, founder of the Creative Arts Studio School of Art & Gallery, (1986) is also an award winning artist and author of the children’s book,Yes, You Can Draw!  Amy holds a BA degree in textiles and design from the University of Missouri, with additional studies in art & education from the University of Texas, in Arlington and UNT, with graduate hours at UNT, and University of Phoenix.

In 1999 Amy was added to the prestigious list of Texas artists that work with the Texas Commission on the Arts.  There she served as Resident Artist for Imagisphere Children’s Museum from 1999 to 2000 in N. Richland Hills, Texas.

Amy was called to teach at a Christian Academy as an art instructor from 2003-2013. Amy was a recipient of a Japan Fulbright Memorial Scholarship in 2007, which took her to Japan for a three-week study-tour of Japan with other educators from the United States. She has also traveled in France, Italy, Canada and Bali on other educational trips. She taught at a Catholic school from 2014-2016 and is now retired from teaching full time. She continues to teach occasional workshops.

Amy continues to show and display her artwork through public and private venues, and through her web site, www.amymehrlich.com. She has had several one-woman shows, including Imagisphere Children’s Museum, and the Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens, among others. Amy has participated in many group shows throughout Texas, Missouri, and Connecticut.  She is a signature member of the Society of Watercolor Artists, and the Southwest Watercolor Society. She has won awards at these venues and at the Trinity Arts Guild, the Irving Arts Association, & the Irving Arts Connection. Amy is also a member of the Texas Art Educators Association, and St. Michael’s Catholic Community.

“I am a painter of color and design. It is often in the process of planning for my students that I find inspiration for my own paintings. It gives me great joy as an instructor to help others discover their own talents and to see them grow as artists.  It is my goal as an artist to praise God through my artwork.”