Distant Skies at Endgame in Oakland, CA

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Distant Skies, art by Amy Crook at Endgame in Oakland, CA

Distant Skies, art by Amy Crook at Endgame in Oakland, CA

Did you miss the tentacles? Never fear, new art is here! Well, here at Endgame in Oakland, anyway. I decided to theme the show with skies, stars and moons, and so you can see there’s pieces ranging from last week’s Blue Moon to some of my earliest salt pieces like Aglow. It’s funny, it feels like I’ve been working on the salt technique for ages, but really it’s not quite been a year, so this is a good sampling of the things I’ve done over the past year.

As before, the art is upstairs in the open gaming area, and I’m there most Wednesday evenings playing boardgames with the guys, so feel free to stop in. Of course the room up there is open most of the time, so if you just want to take a peek when I’m not around to stare to you, feel free.

The salt paintings are just so much cooler in person, I want you all to see them, I admit it. There’s even one token non-salt watercolor, Mountains of Madness, just for variety. You can click the image above to get a better view of the 13 pieces included in the show.

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2 Responses to “Distant Skies at Endgame in Oakland, CA”

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  1. Molly says:

    If I had money to frivolously throw away… this would be one whole wall in my house. Love it!!

  2. Amy says:

    Art isn’t frivolous! Just less vital than food and rent… a little. Sometimes. *g*