Amber Robinson Pierce (b. 1996) is a multi-disciplinary artist from Tidewater, Virginia. Pierce is a student at Old Dominion University pursuing her BA in Art Education and BFA in 3-D Material Studies. Pierce is an alumnus of the Governor's School for the Arts, where she works as a teacher's assistant. She is the recipient of a 2022 VMFA Fellowship Award, an NAEA ED&I Fellow, and a 2022 Windgate University Fellow at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
The objective of my work continues to become a vehicle or vessel for sharing and story-telling. I celebrate the agency that art allows for one to create a new visual language with which to present their ideas and feelings. I seek to interpret material and techniques to give form to things that are metaphysical: emotions, minute moments, memories, stories, and happenings that make our experiences. I seek to bring a sense of connection and empowerment through this work; to hold a space for myself and others who have often felt unable to find the right words.