Tuesday, January 8, 2008

The Artful Home: Amy Kligman Prints

BlueFlip Art is kicking off the new year with the addition of three prints from Kansas City, Missouri artist Amy Kligman, whose work is described thusly:

"Amy paints scenes that at first glance seem like they could be from a children's book but upon closer examination take a slight turn to the creepy." That had me at hello.

Top: Little Screams archival giclee print, limited edition of 100, $25; above, Fields and What I Think of When I See Them, $20; below: Surrounded, $20.

A portion of each sale benefits the Smile Train, which provides free corrective surgery to children around the world with cleft lip and palate.

See more of Kligman's work right here, and see all of BlueFlip's offerings here.


Anonymous said...

Dear Ms . Kligman,

Greetings from The Smile Train! Thank you so much for your fundraiser. What wonderful news. Please feel free to contact me if you need anything at all.

Best regards,

Jonathan Park
Special Fundraising Associate
245 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2201
New York, NY 10016
212-689-9299 fax

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