Australian artist Amica Aindow is an abstract expressionist painter known for creating earthy, japaneseque, botanical forms that evoke the intricacy and beauty of the natural world.
Born in Germany and raised on the Isle of Wight, England, Aindow embarked on a global journey with her family before finding her home in Australia. She holds a Fine Arts and Education double degree from QUT and has been recognised as a finalist in esteemed competitions such as the Australian Contemporary Art Awards and Art Lovers Australian Prize.
Aindow's art has graced numerous group and solo exhibitions and received widespread attention, featuring on prestigious platforms like Grand Designs, Channel 9's TV show The Block, Country Living, Art Edit, and Home Design Magazines. Her creations have earned a place in esteemed public and private collections, including The Star Casino and The Crown Towers in Sydney.