"The component that ties my work together is that I am always examining language, semiotics, communication, and linguistics."

Amanda Season Keeley is a visual artist who lives and works in Miami, Florida. Keeley received her BA in Psychology and Visual Arts from the University of Vermont and her MFA in Sculpture from Parsons School of Art & Design. Her practice utilizes the language of printmaking, sculpture, and text-based works which often take the shape of community collaborations and multimedia interactive installations. 

Select solo exhibitions include Fredric Snitzer Gallery (Miami), Villa Lena (Italy), Basel Liste/ Spencer Brownstone Gallery (NYC/Basel, Switzerland), Wolfsonian--FIU Museum (Miami), de la Cruz Collection (Miami), and Transformer Gallery (Washington), with group exhibitions at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens (Miami), AGA Lab (Netherlands), Frans Mastereel Centrum (Belgium), and Faena Art Center (Miami). Keeley also has several permanent public art commissions in South Florida at the Hialeah Gardens Library, Arts & Culture Center Hollywood, and The Bass Museum of Art. 


Keeley has been honored with grants such as the Knight Foundation Arts Challenge, Florida Department of State of Cultural Affairs Grant, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and New York Foundation for the Arts. Her work is included in the MoMA permanent collection, New York Public Library, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Smithsonian Museum, and is held within other numerous private and public collections.