Located in Portland, Oregon, Amri Studio has a 35-year track record creating award-winning plaques, murals, digital displays, and sculptural works of art for hospitals, universities, corporations, museums, performing arts centers, and private collectors. Its clients range from some of America's biggest companies to private parties seeking carved crystal art to enhance the beauty of their homes.

Through innovative programming, interactive displays, and lighting, Amri Studio expertly creates a mood and an evocative and moving experience that sets the tone for an entire architectural space.

Amri Studio can engineer sound and voice elements that subtly or strikingly change to become focal points, architectural enhancements, and landmark wayfinding icons.

The pieces we create are ART that doubles as a vehicle for innovative interior and exterior messaging. We help our clients with warm invitational images and text that promote their identity and brand their philanthropy or corporate identity. We listen deeply to distill our clients' values and crystallize their heart, story, and spirit into touching and memorable visuals.

We take a great deal of pride in supporting our clients and the institutions that make a difference in the world by helping them express their identity and caring values. We believe every caring act is an ACT of LIGHT.  Our work helps illuminate these precious acts.



We felt the Donor project demanded the ability to not just make an intellectual connection with people, it needed to make an emotional and spiritual connection. The engagement of Donors in philanthropy is one that comes from the heart, and unfortunately so many recognition systems come just from the head. That’s why we chose Christina’s work. As art, it does so much more than simple recognition.
— Patricia L. Burns, president of the Miller-Dwan Foundation
People just couldn’t get over the Heritage Center and what a brilliant combination it is of your beautiful glass technique, the images, the story, and the spirit. We couldn’t be any more pleased and proud.
— Helen Brooks, Executive Director
Rockford Memorial Hospital Development Foundation

Photographs are courtesy of: John Sutton, Charles Rinn, Gabriel Harber, Erin Renee Perry, Amanda Robertson, and Stas Afanasiev