Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Darklight by Amy Crook

Darklight by Amy Crook

This is an old piece that’s gone through a number of permutations. This version feels very much like a cave to me, with light coming in from above, and textured stalagmites growing up from the bottom to meet with the stalactites reaching down from the top. The painting is as much textural as visual, with very little of the canvas peeking through all the thick paint.

The edges have been painted black, so it’s ready to hang without a frame.

Darklight, 18″x24″ oil & gesso on canvas.

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