About Amanda

"Every child is an artist.  The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." -Pablo Picasso

Amanda Lutz-Beheshti (better known as Amy), founder of Splatters, Painted Ideas, has been painting professionally for over 10 years for both commercial and residential clientele, with murals that can be seen throughout Los Angeles.   

She has painted for a wide variety of clients and projects from being featured on “Before and After’noon Movie” on USA Network for mural work at Bee Well Kidz, to restoring a three story exterior community mural in West Los Angeles.  She adds a unique, creative touch in her paintings and decorative finishes to fit the style and needs of each client.  Her greatest pleasure comes from seeing the color and images transform the mood of a room.

Amanda has been an advocate for the arts and has volunteered her talents and services with a number of non-profits including Mychal’s Learning Place, Free Arts for Abused Children and training as a docent at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.  She is currently the Young At Art Co-Chair at Pennekamp Elementary in Manhattan Beach.

A native to Bucks County, located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Amanda graduated from Moravian College with a degree in Business and Art.  Before moving to California, she enjoyed several years of working at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

As a mom, she is passionate about preserving our environment for generations to come. Zero-VOC paints are used, as well as reusing and recycling as many tools and materials as possible.