Amy Hook-Therrien

Amy Hook-Therrien grew up in Chelsea, Vermont, where she formed deep connections with the forests surrounding her. She studied art at the University of Maine in Orono, earning a BFA with a concentration in painting. After her graduation, Amy returned to rural Vermont to immerse herself in nature and painting. Amy has been featured in numerous publications and has shown her work in galleries throughout New England. In 2019, she was granted the Abenaki Artists Association’s Artist of the Year award, and since 2022 she has been the Artist in Residence at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vermont. Amy is currently focusing on watercolor landscape painting that portrays nature’s tranquility and fragility.

Books by Amy Hook-Therrien

Gluskonba, an Abenaki hero, visits his human friends and finds disaster. The humans are taking advantage of the gift of maple syrup and have let their village go to ruin. Gluskonba teaches humans the importance of community and honoring gifts from the Creator.