Amy Kann's sculpture is part of the permanent collections of The Smithsonian Museum, The British Museum, The Brookgreen Gardens Museum,
The National Sculpture Society and The Museum of Shermbeck in Germany. She was commissioned by the Brookgreen Gardens Museum to design and sculpt their
2010 bas-relief medal. In 2010 Ms Kann was nominated for The Anonymous Was a Woman Grant. In 2006, Ms. Kann received the National Sculpture Society's Alex J. Ettl Grant for
Sculpture, given to recognize a distinguished body of work by a non-member and, later in that year, she was elected into the society's membership.
In 1988 she won her first honor--First Prize, The Portrait Award-- from the National Sculpture Society. Since then she has earned numerous awards such as Best
in Show 2009 and First Place 2008 and Second Place 2010 Awards from The Portrait Society of America Competitions, the Bronze Medal 2008 from National Sculpture Society,
the First Place Award for Sculpture 2008 from the Salmagundi Club, along with many other awards from both the National Sculpture Society 2001,2005, Allied Artists of America 2008,
The Red River Museum 2008, The Audubon Society 2008 and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Society in 2009. She is represented by The James Graham and Son’s Gallery of New York City,
The Morris Whiteside Gallery of Hilton Head, SC and The Wendt Gallery of Laguna Beach CA.