This is LITTLE HOKUM RAG, the blog of artist Amy Crehore. Current show: GTFO2020 Group Show at Mortal Machine Gallery, New Orleans, LA Dec.2020-Jan.2021. Future show: Ephemeral-Territory of Girls Group Show #4 at Jiro Miura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, Fall 2021.
This ad for the exhibit features a splendid B & W image by artist Femke Hiemstra. Shown below is an exquisite B & W photo of elephants by amazing photographer Nick Brandt who founded the Big Life Foundation in response to a dramatic escalation in poaching of African animals. If you are in the area on Friday night, June 29th (7-10pm), please stop by Land Rover, Anaheim Hills, CA (5425 E. La Palma Ave) for a very special exhibition to benefit Big Life Foundation. Artist James Jean will be signing a special print at the show. I will be going to this opening. Hope to see you there!
Check out this amazing list of artists (below)! If you are near Anaheim Hills, CA on the night of June 29th, 2012 please don't miss this wonderful show to benefit Big Life Foundation. I will be there along with many others!
The show will take place at Land Rover Anaheim Hills, 5425 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim Hills, CA 7-10 pm.
Here's a sneak peek at the shimmering green end graft of Tickler Ukulele # 3 (concert uke built by Lou Reimuller). This is just one of the special details on the new uke that I designed. It is almost ready for me to paint a design on the front.
I know it has been a long time since Tickler #2, but it will be worth the wait.
I think the sky itself is a perfect work of art. I have been looking at and trying to paint it lately and, I have to say, that I have never had more fun. Here is a quick ipod photo of just a detail of a new painting that I recently finished for a show in CA at the end of June. I will be blogging more about the show very soon and posting my completed work of art. I am glad to be finished with it as I spent quite a few weeks of intense painting. That is why I have been so quiet lately! This group show is going to be amazing and I can't wait to tell you more about it. Kingdom Animalia
This is a small detail of a larger painting that I am working very hard on for an upcoming show. That is why I haven't been blogging much this past week. I still have a ways to go. (Above: grainy ipod photo of detail of unfinished work.)