7 Chakras

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

7 Chakras by Amy Crook

7 Chakras by Amy Crook

This is a much larger piece than the monoprints I’ve been posting up until now, and my terrible photography is unfortunately one of the reasons I’ve been putting off posting them. The page comes out much more buff-colored than the reality, which is the soft cream of heavy watercolor paper.

This is the third of my monoprints featuring chakras, and by far the largest. When I printed it the colors ran, so that the top image came out clear, and the lower chakras were blurred into each other and their colored backgrounds. You can see them more clearly in the detail images below, and you can always click on any image to see the larger version.

7 Chakras, 11″x30″ monoprint on watercolor paper, $399 with free shipping.

This one-of-a-kind print is on a single sheet of thick, archival watercolor paper, and will need to be framed or matted to be suitable for display. I’m happy to help you out with that for a small additional fee.

Want a payment plan? You can do 4 automatic monthly payments of $100 if you’d like — I’ll ship your art as soon as I get the last payment.

7 Chakras, detail 1, by Amy Crook

7 Chakras, detail 1, by Amy Crook

The plates on this page are all 3″ wide, while the page itself is 11″, and the whole piece is 30″ long (2.5 feet!). I’ll probably ship it rolled, unless you choose to have it framed.

7 Chakras, detail 2, by Amy Crook

7 Chakras, detail 2, by Amy Crook

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4 Responses to “7 Chakras”

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  1. Sinclair says:


  2. Amy says:

    Thanks, hun!

  3. Linda says:

    Gorgeous–every one of them. You just reminded me that I need to take yoga tomorrow.

    Also, unrelated, but for some reason I was thinking of your recent sculptures, ya know the ‘interchangeable’ ones, and I wondered if you used live models???

  4. Amy says:


    And no, though I did spend a lot of time figuring out limb length and proportions with *ahem* a willing volunteer. 😉