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Amber is an Australian contemporary artist creating colourful nature inspired artworks from her studio in the beautiful Limestone Coast region.

Having achieved Bluethumb Art Galleries trending artist in 2020 and then becoming a Bluethumb rising star, she was placed among the top best sellers in 2021. Her paintings are becoming increasingly sort after for their beautiful joyful colour palettes and calming connection with nature.

Several career highlights include: Many solo and group exhibitions. Finalist in the Art Lovers Australia Art prize for 2018, 2019, 2020. Being featured in Home Design Australia Magazine 2020. Publication in Singapore Business Times in 2019. Featured in Art Edit Magazine 2018.

Amber’s paintings are inspired by her lifelong love of the French Impressionist painters and also the beauty she finds in nature. Looking deeper into the forms and shapes. Embracing and enhancing the unique colours. Exploring the way light and shadow create a strong connection with the visual form and structure. Engaging with the rawness, light and motion, the falling leaves, the blossoming petals to create artworks showcasing the best of nature. The colours Amber uses are joyful and uplifting and she wants to bring that warmth and happiness into your home.

Amber completed a Bachelor of Visual Communication at the University of South Australia. Amber then spent 7 years backpacking around the world, with her home base in London, before settling back home in Australia and is now a full time artist.
Amber has 100’s of paintings in private collections in Australia and all around the world.

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2022: In Full Bloom, September Spring Exhibition, The Interiors Assembly. Torquay, Viictoria

2022: Big Blue Sky, curated by Mia Oatley, Online Exhibition August

2022: Incognito Art Show, Surry Hills, Sydney

2021: Petal and Twig Exhibition, Kathryn and The Bear - Melbourne, Victoria

2021: Solo exhibition, Rymill Winery, - Coonawarra

2021: Inside This Box - Group Exhibition, The Corner Store Gallery , Orange NSW

2020: Group Exhibition, Koopmans Dunkeld Gallery - Victoria

2019 Southern Ocean Art Prize 2019, Robe, South Australia

2019: John Shaw Neilson Aquisitive Art Prize, Coonawarra Arts Festival

2018: Solo Exhibition, Nalou Cafe - Mount Gambier

2017: John Shaw Neilson Aquisitive Art Prize, Coonawarra Arts Festival

2015: SEAS Open Art Awards, Riddoch Art Gallery

2015: John Shaw Neilson Aquisitive Art prize, Coonawarra Arts Festival


2022: Printed Publication, Saatchi Art Gallery Fall 2022

2022: Artist Spotlight Series, YouTube Interview with Ros Gervay.

2021: Bluethumb Art Gallery, Artists to watch in 2021. Rising Stars and among our top best sellers.

2020: Bluethumb Trending Artists

2020: Finalist Art Lovers Australia Art Prize

2020: Feature in Home Design Magazine, Creative Selection of Australian Artists

2020: Printed publication, Saatchi Art Gallery Fall 2020

​2020: Ros Gervay Creative Blog Interview. Q&A With Artist Amber Gittins.

2019: Singapore’s Business Times. Article ‘Tropical Zen’

2019: Finalist Art Lovers Australia Art Prize

2019: Printed publication, Art Lovers Australia Art Book

2019: Blog, Art Lovers Australia, The Natural Abstracts of Amber Gittins

2018: Finalist Art Lovers Australia Art Prize

2018: Printed publication, Art Edit Magazine

2018: Blog Interview, www.emergingfemaleartists.com/blog
2018: Interview, The Border Watch Newspaper

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All of Amber's original artworks are hand signed on the front, then also signed on the back of the canvas as an extra added element that secures its originality. Amber paints the edges which is a continuation of the painting and believes it completes the artwork, plus you do not have to get it framed as it looks finished as is. If you can afford the extra for framing Amber recommends it, but it’s not a necessity.

Amber varnishes all her originals to help protect from dust and UV light. She loves that magical moment when the colours just ‘pops’ once the coats of varnish have been applied. Taking it to another level! 

She makes sure the hanging wire and D hooks are securely on the back, oh and she also hand signs and write the artwork name on the back of the canvas.


Her original paintings can be framed and then sent to you, however this is only available if you live within Australia. As much as she would love to, unfortunately she cannot send stretched or framed artworks overseas. Any originals being sent overseas go rolled in a very secure tube, it is an easy process for your local framer to restretch and frame.

The frames are made of premium oak which is a raw and natural wood and compliments her style of artwork beautifully. This style of framing leaves that oh so perfect slight gap between the artwork and the frame and no glass it really does look amazing.

If you do want to add a frame please select this option in the drop down menu on each artwork listing. Also feel free to email Amber with any questions before purchasing.
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"Well here I am now in the picturesque Limestone Coast region of South Australia, albeit a bit bloody cold for my liking but still very beautiful. Living a very simple country life with my beautiful partner, (aka my packaging guru, keen listener, photographer) and our three very spoilt fur babies. My studio is in my backyard and I love just popping ‘out the back’ for work each morning with a fresh cuppa and my gorgeous puppies in tow."

"I love what I do and feel so grateful to be doing this every day and to have my family near by. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy exploring my art and I hope it brings you the same sense of calm and comfort as it does when I create it!"
Amber x

AS FEATURED IN..... Art Edit Magazine, Home Design Magazine, Singapore Business Times 


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