"I am an artist and illustrator! I love to hike, swim, and just lay out in the sun! I believe gratitude is the pinnacle for peace, happiness, and understanding. I practice daily gratitude for the Earth and for the gift of life! "

Amalia (She/Her) is an artist from Long Island, NY. She is working as an illustrator, graphic designer, and teacher. Her art is motivated and inspired by Mother Nature, divine femininity, cultures from around the world, and our connection to spirituality and universal energy. Her favorite themes to communicate and visually depict in her illustrations are movement, growth, energy, and spirit. She believes that through deep respect and gratitude for nature we can find equality and peace between all living things. 

Amalia grew up in a home of creative artists and musicians. Her exposure to classical, jazz, and theater music inspired her to become an artist. Amalia graduated from The New School, Parsons School of Design, in 2015. She is currently working as as a Graphic Designer/Director for Journeys Into American Indian Territory. She is also a Freelance Artist creating graphic designs for websites, logos for podcasts, and illustrations for publications. Amalia teaches private workshops, and art classes at USDAN. (Contact for private lessons) Amalia is an SCBWI member! Additionally, she offers healing services to help those who are grieving from loss (scroll down for more information).

Clients include: Grammy Award-Winning Snarky Puppy, Ground Up Music, Mud Puddle Inc, Jan Larsen, Agnieszka Vosloo, Tabularasa Magazine, Amanda Villalobos, Journeys Into American Indian Territory, Robert Vetter, Maddi Cheers

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email: amaliadrewes@gmail.com

instagram:  amaliadrewes

Visual Remedies

Custom-made works of art created to ease the pain of losing a loved one or provide support for individuals who are anticipating the end of something. Amalia sits down with her clients to better understand their perspective of life, death, loss, and the afterlife. Then she custom creates a painting or drawing that welcomes death and loss with warm love, acceptance and understanding.  

For Example: The image above was created for an older woman who couldn't imagine what heaven looked like. After learning more about the woman's childhood and her love of daffodils, Amalia created this interpretation of heaven, a path made of brightly colored flowers and fresh air welcoming her back to the spirit world.

Cost of paintings depend on size, medium, and time.

Please Contact if you are in need of these services. 

Nature Mandalas are a beautiful way to connect with Mother Earth and a beautiful way to honor those who are no longer with us.  Nature mandalas can be created near/on top of grave sites or locations where the individual loved to spend time (their favorite park, backyard, best friend's house, etc.) This service is provided for people, pets, or trees that had to be cut down, but can also be a wonderful creative way to honor Mother Earth for Solstices, Equinoxes, Rituals or Women Circles!

Please Contact if you are in need of these services. 

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