Friday, May 7th, 2010

Puck by Amy Crook

Puck by Amy Crook

This one-of-a-kind monoprint started out abstract and grew more defined to me once it came off the plate and onto the page. When I look at it, I see the impish face of the fae Puck peeking out of a riot of flowers. What do you see?

Puck, 4″x6″ monoprint on 7″x11″ watercolor paper.

Puck, detail, by Amy Crook

Puck, detail, by Amy Crook

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4 Responses to “Puck”

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  1. Jefferson says:

    I see this pale, hungry face with blank eyes leering at me. That’s not a faerie, it’s a flesh-eating ghoul!! With lots and lots of very sharp teeth.

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that. 😛

  2. Amy says:

    I think you play too much D&D 😉 But you know, some faerie are hungry, sharp-toothed monsters, too…

  3. zannniee says:

    I love the darker pastels, and I’m not a light color person at all.

    Oh, and I do see the teeth 🙂

    I like this a lot.

  4. Amy says:

    Thanks! Yeah, I definitely see the teeth, but I’ve always thought of Puck as a rather feral, sharp-toothed creature.