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.
I'm cancelling my myspace account. Anyone who was my friend at myspace who would like to be on my emailing list please contact me here: firstname.lastname@example.org Or anyone else, for that matter, who would like to get my news updates via email. I gave myspace a good ol' try since last February, but I am much happier spending my time writing this blog. The Art of Amy Crehore
She had some perky peaks and pointed peaks. This gal was all about style. Whether it was starring in a film or doing charity work for Unicef, Audrey could do no wrong. She had class, humor and strong values. Too bad her life was so short. I'm sure she would have accomplished even more and grown even more beautiful as the years went by. This is my little tribute to that rare gem with the unforgettable eyebrows and photogenic face, a designer's dream girl:
(photos copyright Kahn&Selesnick) "Richard Selesnick and Nicholas Kahn have been collaborating as Kahn/Selesnick since 1988 on a series of complex narrative photo-novellas and sculptural installations.... they found that shooting a 360 degree panorama could create a truer, more cinematic sense of the place, while their manipulation of costume, props and period color would help them alter the sense of time. " -from their bio They have a new great website that you will have to check out for yourself. The lovely surrealistic creations of: Kahn and Selesnick The Art of Amy Crehore
Hey, check it out! Lou Reimuller and Teenar are in this month's Popeye Magazine, a very fashionable men/boys magazine from Japan. Funny! By the way, Teenar has a whole new updated outfit, but I'm not allowed to show it yet. Stay tuned.
It looks like a band called Ape Fight likes my art a lot ...they blogged about it here. They are "6 Dudes from Jersey City NJ". Did they know I'm from N.J. ? They recently blogged my "Strummer" painting from last year's Blab show. Thanks, Ape Fight! I'm working on a painting with a chick, monkey and guitar (I don't just do ukuleles) as we speak.
"Kitagawa Utamaro was a Japanese printmaker and painter, and is considered one of the greatest artists of woodblock prints. He is known especially for his masterfully composed studies of women, known as bijinga." link