Paintings by Amy Casey.
reminds me of cinque terre’s little houses upon little houses
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Amazing stuff here. Great concept!
These are dope. The 1st, 3rd and 4th remind me of Ana Serrano’s “Cartonlandia”.
Reminds me of when they try to leave the house in Beetlejuice.
hahah great reference!
the houses with legs should be almost insects-like and able to scuttle about. they are great though, and manage to be subdued in colour without being bleak.
This reminds me of the upcoming disney movie “up”.
congratulations on being amazing amy casey.
the detailing in the piles of wreckage is amazing. -tys
This stuff is really amazing!
Brilliant work, a cohesive series too
I really appreciate your craftsmanship and composition. The work is really fresh and interesting. thought provoking too. cant wait to see more. 3 cheers . – shalom through Christ , rick
Very similar work out of Brisbane, AUS
i think these are from the “Invisible Cities” (Italian: Le città invisibili), a novel by Italian writer Italo Calvino.
great work however :P
Gorgeous work. I would love to collaberate/apprentice with you!
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great imagination – it seems as houses have eyes, mouthes and legs like living creatures, and look how we treat them ;)
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