"Gymnast's Memory of Fall" 2013 oil on linen by Amy Crehore 12" x 14" (sold)
"Cloudy Day Blues" 2009 oil on wood by Amy Crehore 12" x 12" (sold)
"Song of the Wind" 2009 oil on linen by Amy Crehore 6" x 6" (sold)
"Weed Smoker's Dream" 2009 oil on linen by Amy Crehore 12" x 18" (sold)
"A Moonlit Ride" 2011 oil on linen by Amy Crehore 10" x 12" (sold)
"Mermaid's Memory of Summer" 2014 by Amy Crehore 12" x 14" (sold)
"Tomboy's Memory of Winter" oil on linen 2014 by Amy Crehore 12" x 14" (sold)
All of the fine art paintings shown above have found new homes within the past year.
Three out of four paintings in my newest series, Memory of the Seasons, went to NYC collectors. ("Bellhop's Memory of Spring" is still available, but the others were snapped up as soon as I finished them.)
The rest of the paintings shown here have gone to collectors' homes in Norway, Texas, NY and California.
Stay tuned for progress of my new work.
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German expressionist painter Karl Hofer painted two versions of "The Record Player" in 1939 (shown above). He was labeled a degenerate artist by the Nazis, but regained recognition after the war as one of the greatest German painters.
I love this image and the idea of the record player having a double meaning.
The second one may actually have been painted two years later according to one source. Not sure. In any case, it was during the war and the sad, frozen faces seem to reflect that.
Wondering if Margaret Keane saw these and he influenced her. The Art of Amy Crehore