Friday, November 4th, 2011

Pond, abstract art by Amy Crook

Pond by Amy Crook, $323

I decided that I wanted to go back to the original visual image that came to me with the salt pools and depict them in blue-green ink, with ripples going out, fading as they go from each pool. I imagine these like the frozen moment after the drop has hit, the ring of bigger crystasl around the edge like the splash, and each subsequent ring of paint a ripple growing fainter as it travels away from the center point. The whole piece has a very soothing, Zen-like quality to it that I quite enjoy.

Pond, 7″x5″ mixed media on paper, $323, framed, with free shipping.

The blue-green quality of this color is a bit hard to capture, the scanner wants to turn it blue and the camera wants to turn the white paper red, thus making the paint very green when the whites are corrected back.

Pond, detail, by Amy Crook

Pond, detail, by Amy Crook

Of course, like all my three-dimensional salt paintings, it ships tucked safely into a simple frame.

Pond, framed art by Amy Crook

Pond, framed, by Amy Crook, $323

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