Saturday, November 23, 2019

Amy Crehore Paintings at La Luz de Jesus Gallery thru Dec. 1, 2019

Here are two new articles, one by Hi-Fructose Magazine and one by Juxtapoz Magazine, about my current L.A. show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery (links below). The show will be up thru Dec. 1st, 2019. Don’t miss if you live nearby. Open daily with late hours. The address is 4633 Hollywood Blvd., the gallery is in the Wacko bldg.
Contact Matthew Gardocki, director/curator - - about sales.


Thursday, October 24, 2019

Amy Crehore's BATHERS, BUSKERS and CATS L.A. Solo Show Opens 11/1/19

Shown below are all of my paintings (oil on linen) for my upcoming solo show BATHERS, BUSKERS and CATS.
It will take place in Los Angeles, CA at the fabulous
La Luz de Jesus Gallery.
 Artist reception will be held Nov. 1, 2019 from 8-11 pm. The show will be up through Dec 1, 2019. Curated by Matthew Gardocki. Sales 
Hope to see you there!
The Art of Amy Crehore
 The Performer ©Amy Crehore 2019
Mandocaster Jive ©Amy Crehore 2019
 Heavenly Busker ©Amy Crehore 2019
 The Apartment ©Amy Crehore 2019
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Rules ©Amy Crehore 2019
 Rec Room ©Amy Crehore 2019
 Pool Cats ©Amy Crehore 2109
 Listen ©Amy Crehore 2017
 The Musician ©Amy Crehore 2017
 The Dressing Room ©Amy Crehore 2017
 Snow Busker ©Amy Crehore 2019
 Reflection ©Amy Crehore 2019
 Zinnia Room ©Amy Crehore 2018
On the Terrace ©Amy Crehore 2018

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Upcoming: Amy Crehore Solo Show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles (11/1/19-12/1/19)

Detail of new painting called The Performer ©Amy Crehore 2019
Here's my preview (follow link)
of my upcoming solo show at 
La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

This is what I have been working on for the last year. 
You may have seen my progress on instagram. 
The show opens 8pm-11pm Nov. 1, 2019 through Dec. 1, 2019. 
Curated by Matthew Gardocki.

I also just added 4 new postcards to my postcard set (see below).
That makes a set of 16 cards which you can buy on my official website.
Beautiful, glossy offset printing!

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Ephemeral Show at Jiro Miura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan- Sept 14-29th, 2019

My Tickler Ukulele Girl painting ©Amy Crehore 2018 
is currently part of the third 
Ephemeral Territory of Girls exhibit in Tokyo, Japan. 
Here is the link: Jiro Miura Gallery
The show which features 36 women artists
 opened on Sept. 14th and continues through Sept. 29th, 2019. 
I have been part of all 3 shows which happen every 2 years.
Catalog available. (My painting has sold.)

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Art Market San Francisco with La Luz de Jesus Gallery

 Birdwatchers ©Amy Crehore, oil on linen 
The Dressing Room ©Amy Crehore, oil on linen
I am happy to announce that 
La Luz de Jesus Gallery of Los Angeles, CA 
will be adding a couple of my paintings to 
their booth (#117) at Art Market San Francisco, April 25- 28, 2019, 
Fort Mason  Festival Pavilion 
2 Marina Boulevard, Landmark Building C, Suite 260, S.F. CA.
VIP Preview April 25: 6 pm -10 pm
April 26: 11 am - 7 pm
.April 27: 11 am - 7 pm
April 28: 12 pm - 6 pm
Follow links for more info. 
I'll be having a solo show with La Luz de Jesus Gallery in November, 2019.
Can't wait! I have been painting away on new works.

UPDATE: La Luz de Jesus Gallery SOLD the Birdwatchers painting at the Art Market S.F. 

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

My Tribute to Audrey Wells

John Radzik, Amy Crehore, Audrey Wells 2006, Santa Monica, CA art opening

Watching the Oscars was bittersweet for me this year because Audrey Wells is no longer with us. She wrote the screenplay for the new movie "The Hate U Give" which premiered the day after she died at the age of 58, Oct. 4, 2018. I watched quietly as they projected a black and white photo of beautiful Audrey Wells  (director/screenwriter/producer) happily standing behind a movie camera during the 'In Memoriam" part of the show.
Sadly, I didn't make it down for the Celebration of Audrey's  Life which was held last month in L.A. at the Writer's Guild Theater, but I've been thinking about her every single day. She left behind a teenage daughter and a new husband who I never met, but I did have the good fortune to meet Audrey (and John Radzik) in 2006 at one of my art shows in Santa Monica, CA. Audrey had already acquired a painting of mine for Christmas 2005 and she wanted to meet me. She had seen my Little Pierrot art series mentioned on the popular blog and contacted me directly.
She and John drove up on a motorcycle to the art opening at Applegate Gallery and surprised me. Audrey was vivacious and charming, wearing a black leather jacket. Mark Frauenfelder of was also there and joined in the conversation. Audrey talked to me about her writing projects and some actors that we both admired, but also emphasized that it was "my night" and even suggested that I might stay at her home if I came down to L.A. again in the future. I never did stay with her, but she wrote to me a few times and let me know that she enjoyed my art for its humor and could relate to its narrative quality. She was very kind to me. She shared my website and art with friends. When she got ill some years ago, she never let on. Her life had changed and I hadn't heard from her for quite some time and I was shocked to learn the news of her death. 
Her accomplishments in film were great. I was in awe of her. I know she must have struggled through the Hollywood system as a woman director and screenwriter, but she was super creative and strong and never gave up. 
I just wish I had known her better. All I can do now is urge you to see her movies which include these gems about relationships: "Under the Tuscan Sun"(filmed in Italy), The Truth About Cats and Dogs", and "Guinevere". I hope to see "The Hate U Give" very soon. 
Thank you, dear Audrey, for your generosity and the love you gave.

The Great Audrey Wells

The Art of Amy Crehore