My favourite colour
is all the colour.

(but especially pink)
Artist Statement
The single greatest compliment I have ever received about my work is that it made the observer "feel seen." It was this sentiment that revealed to me what drives me into the studio each morning—the search for home.

As an artist who has called many places home, immersing myself in new landscapes and responding to them immediately with my brush is critical. Home is transient and diverse. Home is the majesty of mountains and the pattern of our tea towels. It's the ferocity of the sea and the chip in our coffee mugs. Home is large and small, organic and manufactured. It's many things, but it's never one thing.

I paint because I want to find my home, but I want to find your home too. And these two things are both the same and very different.
Amy Dixon is an Edmonton-based visual artist. Finding early inspiration in the mountain and ocean vistas of her childhood home in Nova Scotia, she is drawn to natural beauty and place in her art. In 2009, Amy exchanged raging Atlantic waters for vast prairie skies when she settled in Alberta, where she has since been captivated by the yellows, blues, and pinks of western summers as much as by the comforting stillness of the Rocky Mountains.

Before transitioning to full-time artist, she held positions in Community Development and Marketing with private and non-profit organizations. Using her education and experience, she contributed to bettering her local community, a value she maintains as a professional artist.

Amy has spent considerable time traveling in order to inform her art and perspective. She has lived in nearly a dozen countries across Europe, where she was able to explore the impact of art throughout history, but also discover the natural wonders of the places she visited. It was this experience that gave her the final push to leave her corporate position behind and embrace artistry full-time.

Amy’s work is a constant evolution as her desire to explore Canada and around the world continues to shape and influence her craft.

Giving Back

Through fundraising and the generosity of my community, I donate to a variety of charitable initiatives that provide support for underserved and vulnerable groups and individuals, in addition to animal rescues.

To date, we have raised over $22,000!

Charities include Big Brothers Big Sisters, Indspire, Bent Arrow Society, Bissell Centre, WIN House, Africa Centre, The Stollery, and Zoe's Animal Rescue.

Latest Media

Home is a Studio with Pink FloorsIn Her Studio, 2023

Gift of the WeekThe Tomato, 2023

Studio Sunday: Amy DixonCreate! Magazine, 2023

Ethereal Daydreams With Amy DixonPURA Botanicals, 2022

Sit Down with Artist Amy Dixon
Meadow, 2020

Media Inquiries


PURA Botanicals

Is it paint or is it PURA? Watch me transform their ingredients and signature potions into a work of art.

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Poppy Barley

I love their shoes. So when Poppy Barley asks to help kickoff their home essentials line, I deliver.

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Peak Paper Co.

When a pandemic shut the world down, Peak Paper Co. and I brought art classes to the masses!

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Northern Habitat

I'm addicted to house plants, so painting these planter pots for Northern Habitat was a no brainer.

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The Tomato

My painting on the cover of The Tomato AND a weekend sampling wine in Spain? Yes, please.

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Armadillo Leathers

Painting on canvas is fine and all, but creating a work of art on fine leather is next level.

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Edmonton Arts Council

I never did get used to driving by these billboards and seeing my art larger than life.

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The Makers Keep

My friends at TMK always think of the best ideas—hand-painted earrings by yours truly!

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Essentials By Nature

What could possibly make bubble bath better? Wrapping the bottle in art, obviously ;)

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