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Her life-size Holy Family Nativity scene is on the lawn of St. John's Episcopal Church in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  It is enhanced by the "heavenly host" in the form of local birds with wings outstretched, affixed to a creche structure. While during the first few years after its installation in 2005 it was on display only during the Christmas holiday season, it is now on permanent display.
When the Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul, Minnesota, celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Dodge Nature Preschool, it featured on the cover of its newsletter Amy Unfried's sculpture London Bridge, a piece intended to be interacted with by the preschool's students. The cover photo attested to its success.
The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, a distinguished national organization of women artists, chose Amy Bright Unfried as its Honored Member of 2009, featuring some of her sculpture at its 113th Annual Open Juried Exhibition. [page 1 and page 2 of catalog entry]
A casting of her sculpture Two Sisters was acquired in March 2006 by the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, as part of its National Association of Women Artists Collection.

The 2005 sculpture "Young Man Reading," which sits in the courtyard of the Center for the Arts in Jackson, appeared on the cover of the print edition of Open Window Review for Fall 2013. This small journal is the literary magazine of Laramie County Community College's Albany County (Wyoming) Campus. The new issue has articles about the Jackson Hole Writers Conference, whose sessions are held in the Center for the Arts.

Click here to download PDF of the article "Two artists employ line to different effects" from Jackson Hole News&Guide, Wednesday, August 10, 2011 issue.
Click here to download PDF of a profile "Close-Up" article about Amy Bright Unfried from Jackson Hole News&Guide, September 15, 2010 issue.