Thursday, April 27, 2006

Aces Show, Santa Monica

I just got back this week from Santa Monica, CA. The opening at the new Applegate Gallery was amazing! Here's a picture of my friend and me (I'm on the right - hair in ponytail). They also showed my Little Pierrots on the other side of the gallery in front of large picture windows.

Monday, April 10, 2006

"The Examiner" by Amy Crehore

Here's the finished painting for the Santa Monica Show at Applegate Gallery.
I will also show the "Tickler" and four Little Pierrots, "Black Comedy", "Backstage", "Banjo Gal" and "Cat Trick". (3 of which are now available as prints in my website store.)
I'm shipping them at the end of this week for the opening April 22. The show will run through June 4th.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Finishing up "The Examiner" this week, number 7 in my "Monkey Love" series. I thought you might like to see the sketch for the painting. This painting will go to Santa Monica, CA for the "Aces" show opening April 22nd at the Applegate Gallery.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Roq La Rue "Ever After" Show

Here are the two latest paintings from my Monkey Love series, "The Nibbler" and "The Two-timer". I have two shows coming up in April which I painted monkeys for- one at Roq La Rue in Seattle called "Ever After"- opening on the 14th -and one at Applegate Gallery in Santa Monica called "Aces"-opening on the 22nd. The Applegate show will also be the gallery debut of my Little Pierrots.

Friday, March 03, 2006

Here I am on the morning of the M Modern Gallery Blonde Bombshell show at the Cacti Museum in Palm Springs, CA, Jan. 14, 2006. It was great to get away from the Oregon rain!

This is my newest monkey painting (#4 in the Monkey Love Series): "The Flower Muncher". It already has a new home in Hawaii, which seems very appropriate!
I am currently painting two more monkeys for a show in Seattle in April. And, after that, it looks like I'll be painting another one to send down to Santa Monica along with some of my little pierrots for a debut show, also in April. I will post more details about that later.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Example of double entendre: a vaudeville act called the Barrison Sisters who sang, "Wanna see my pussy?" and lifted their skirts to reveal real live kittens. Cute, eh?