I am a sculptor from and lives in Toronto.

My work is my art therapy and I am in hopes sharing will help others. 

Creating is a reflection of life experiences... With the metal sculptures, they are created physically by hand with no heat. They are MIG welded. While working with metal, I am being physically strong. They are expressions towards change and positivity. They can be positioned to find and feel. The metal helps me with being emotionally strong. 

As of 2019 I started to play with ceramics. It is quiet and peaceful time. The work is a reflection of experiences and emotions. I release and share. 

It connects with emotional movement.

Background... experience in the media designing advertisements, working with antique and period jewelry, refinishing furniture and working with special children. 


"Step 2" & "Untitled - Movement" - showed at Gallery 1313 - September 2019

"See the Person" Story in Book September 2018

Am a Poster Person for Epilepsy Toronto released in 2018

"Brain Project" - July - December 2018

Union Station

"Amari Thompson Soiree"  August 2018

Epilepsy Toronto at Globe and Mail Centre

"Telus Health Brain Project" July - December 2017

Nathan Phillips Square


"Amari Thompson Soiree" - August 2017

Globe and Mail Centre


TIFF Celebrity Only Lounge

Q presents LA Times Photo Studio and Ferragamo Lounge


North York The Mirror - May 25, 2017


"Brain Project back to raise funds for Baycrest"




Toronto Guardian - May 25, 2017


"The Brain Project auction artists' sculptures in support of Baycrest" https://torontoguardian.com/2017/05/brain-project-2017/


Inside Toronto - May 23, 2017


" The Telus health brain project is back in Toronto"





The National Post - July 29, 2017


"No Brainer"




Epilepsy Toronto BULLETIN magazine - Spring/Summer 2017