Over the course of her life, Ana Amada Ferrer has been an Artist, Feminist, and Activist. All of these roles, much like the art she creates, represent the colorful tapestry of her personal experiences and observations. Born in Placetas, Cuba, Ferrer fled Cuba and took refuge in Spain before arriving to the United States.
Her unique style was recognize by receiving an award at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC, for freedom of expression in American life sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation, The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, The Nathan
Cummings Foundation, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts.
Currently resides in New York's East Village and South Florida, Ferrer continues to create and exhibit mixed media paintings, sculptures and large scale installations that represent her life experiences and voice her passionate views.