Friday, August 26, 2011

Chez Gallery

I found another painting in my house! This one was in the garage, high up on a shelf.
Although there are similarities with the first one I found, the style is different in this piece, bolder and simpler. Still, I would guess they are both by the same artist.
This is kind of exciting. I wonder why the pictures never showed up until now. And what other places are there to look? Should I look, or just wait for my Friday good luck?
Let's see, crawl space, closets, maybe even some forbidden spaces outdoors.
I think I'll just wait and see if I get lucky.


namastenancy said...

I would say that the bold primary colors, the free flowing use of space punctuated by clots of yellow and the push-pull of spacial compression between the loops show that this is ...................a prehistoric Cookie piece. My definitive monograph on the works of the mysterious Cookie of Marin is available for a modest price.

Zoomie said...

Oh, definitely wait for the serendipitous arrivals. 'Way more fun! I agree - this is by the same artist.

cookiecrumb said...

Nancy: Push-pull? Spacial compression? Damn, I must be good. I will buy the book.

Zoomie: Yes, I will wait. The mystery is too much fun. Although I'm pretty sure more paintings exist.

cookiecrumb said...


SimplyStated said...

Oh, hell yeah, who needs the Metropolitan? We've got Cookie's and Cranky's Chez Gallery featuring previously unknown and unclaimed treasures of art with distinctive color adaptation.

Accompanied by a definitive vocal mongraph delivered by namatenancy during which no animals were hurt or killed. We can probably get her price down for the extended version with a plate of Cookie's tapas.

And the best part? It's free and delivered painlessly with a smile to our inboxes.

cookiecrumb said...

Simply: You make me so happy!

Greg said...

It kinda looks like one of April's hair clips. Some art critic I am.

cookiecrumb said...

Greg: Then I would like to know where April is buying her hair clips! Artistic!