The Art of Amy Crehore

NEW: The Performer © 2019 Amy Crehore, 16" x 20" (plus frame) oil on linen 

AMY CREHORE SOLO SHOW "Bathers, Buskers and Cats"
La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA took place Nov. 1 - Dec. 1, 2019. 
PLEASE CONTACT gallery if still interested in works from this show.

PRESS about Amy's recent L.A. solo show:


JUXTAPOZ PREVIEW  with new drawing by Amy Crehore 
Miami Beach Dec. 4-8, 2019 
Contact: if interested in acquiring this drawing.

Amy's original TICKLER T-SHIRT - ukulele girl with cats t-shirt
16 postcards set includes 4 brand new images show below: LINK to buy

-3rd Ephemeral Group Show, Jiro Miura Gallery,Tokyo,Japan - Sept 14-29, 2019. 
-Art Market San Francisco with La Luz de Jesus Gallery of L.A.
April 25- 28, 2019 Fort Mason Center. 

Use menu (above) to view works in paintings, drawings, prints, music, illustrations, t-shirts & postcards!

"YOU MAY NOT BELIEVE IN MAGIC" was a gallery show curated by Michela D'Acquisto in 2017 at 
 Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea Via Solferino, 44 Milan, Italy.
Here's a link to all of the artworks by Amy Crehore in the show: LINK 
Photos and press: LINK  (Catalog shown here)

Amy Crehore is a long-time, award-winning artist who has exhibited in galleries and museums in the USA, Japan and Italy. She has also illustrated for most of America's top magazines and a handful of book publishers.

Exhibited fine art: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond, VA), Portland Art Museum (OR), Museum of American Illustration (NYC), The Shore Institute of Contemporary Art (NJ), Jiro Miura Gallery (Tokyo, Japan), Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea (Milan, Italy), La Luz de Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Juxtapoz Invitational (Miami, FLA), Robert Berman Gallery (Santa Monica, CA), Thinkspace Gallery (L.A., CA), Roq la Rue Gallery (Seattle, WA), Copro Nason (Santa Monica, CA), Track 16 (Santa Monica, CA), Marianne Boesky (NYC), Last Rites (NYC), Ad Hoc Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), M Modern Gallery (Palm Springs & Las Vegas), Mark Murphy (Miami + San Diego Comic-Con), Corey Helford Gallery (L.A.), Applegate Gallery (Santa Monica, CA), DNFA Gallery (Pasadena, CA), Outside-In Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Mia Gallery (Seattle, WA), Marsh Gallery (Richmond, VA), Phillips Mill (New Hope, PA), Anderson Gallery (Richmond, VA), Gallery K (Washington, DC), 2nd Street gallery (Charlottesville, VA), Corvallis Arts Center (OR), Hult Center (OR), Mondo Bizzarro (Rome, Italy), Parlor Gallery (Asbury Park, NJ), Vertical Gallery (Chicago, IL), Art Market San Francisco with La Luz de Jesus Gallery of L.A. 

Editorial illustration for top magazines since 1991: The Atlantic Monthly, Blab!, Business Week, ESPN Magazine, Esquire, Forbes, GQ, The Harvard Review, The Los Angeles Times, MS., The New York Times, Outside, The Oxford American, Playboy, Prevention, Redbook, Rolling Stone, Texas Monthly, Utne Reader, Islands and many more top magazines.
Book covers for Simon and Schuster, Houghton Mifflin, Beacon Press, and a children's picture book for Mikaya Press.

Awards from WESTAF, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators (NYC and L.A.), and various fine art shows.
Recently invited to be in Juxtapoz at 25: In Black and White group drawing show, Miami arts week, Dec, 2019.

"Bathers, Buskers and Cats" SOLO SHOW Nov 1- Dec 1, 2019 at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Participated in 3rd group show in Tokyo, Japan at Jiro Miura Gallery Sept. 2019. 

Amy Crehore was a top art pick in the Village Voice July 2008 and Metromix L.A. Feb 2009. Inked Magazine ran a print feature with an interview of Amy Crehore Feb. 2009.
Amy is also the creator of "Little Pierrot" and "Monkey Love" series paintings and "Tickler" ukuleles. Her "Dreamgirls and Ukes" solo show took place in Los Angeles, CA (2009). Her art has been featured in: American Illustration annual, Communication Arts Magazine, on and The Today Show's travel segment displayed her art of Machu Picchu. Her double portrait of Jewel and Alanis Morrisette was chosen for Rolling Stone: The Illustrated Portraits book. The original art is in the Rolling Stone collection.