Amelia Carley is an artist making work concerning the interpretation of memories within landscape and fictitious sites. Born and raised in Colorado, Carley received a BFA from University of Colorado at Boulder. She received an MFA at the Ernest G Welch School of Art and Design at Georgia State University where was a Dean’s Fellow and recipient of the Andrew M. West Memorial Scholarship. She has participated in several Artist-in-Resident programs including Vermont Studio Center, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. Carley has exhibited at such venues as: SOMArts (San Francisco, CA), Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (Salt Lake City, UT), Hathaway Gallery (Atlanta, GA), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder, CO), Hyperlink Gallery (Chicago, IL), Curfman Gallery at Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO), Day & Night Projects (Atlanta, GA), Galleries of Contemporary Art at University of Colorado (Colorado Springs, CO), Photographic Arts Center (Denver, CO), Glass Gallery at University of Georgia (Athens, GA), and SOUP Experimental (Tallahassee, FL). In 2017, Carley received an Artist Project Grant through the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. She currently lives and works in New York City.