Installation / Land / Site-specific






South West


Amanda Chambers (b.London 1968) is a British multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in three dimensions. Her work is often stimulated by historical narratives and she regularly works with archives and museum collections.

Amanda is an elected member of the Royal Academy of Arts in the South West (RWA) and the Royal Society of Sculptors (MRSS), and has been the recipient of Arts Council England development funding.

Her work has been exhibited and published in the UK and internationally, including London, Norway and Japan, and since 2017 she has undertaken three residencies at the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park in Japan to develop her work in clay.

In 2020 she was commissioned by the UN affiliate ‘Green Legacy Hiroshima’ to produce 100 sculptures to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

In 2022 she held a solo exhibition at Dorset Museum and was invited to take part in the group exhibition 'Ash, Ember Flame' at the Japanese Embassy in London.

Amanda's work is held in public and private collections including museums in the UK and Japan.