Updates

Last week:

1. A thoughtful article about my work was featured on Haute Macabre! 

2. Winter Flock at The Convent Philly opened Friday (feb 10th)! See my pieces below.

Lure by Amy Earles (SOLD), gouache on tinted paper

Lure by Amy Earles (SOLD), gouache on tinted paper

Trying to Grow in the Dark by Amy Earles (SOLD), gouache and metallic acrylic on tinted paper. 

Trying to Grow in the Dark by Amy Earles (SOLD), gouache and metallic acrylic on tinted paper. 

3. Next month watch for updates regarding the Moments In Monochrome show at Nucleus Portland! 

4. New print in my shop!
 

A Sad Flower by Amy Earles

A Sad Flower by Amy Earles

Shop News!

Good news for those who've asked! My Pushed Under Shop is now accepting paypal! 
Look for new prints & some leftover enamel pins coming soon!

Thank you to all who've supported my work by buying prints/originals in recent months. It helps keeps my work going in all ways. I have a few shows coming up this year, one fairly major one at Stranger Factory in November. I hope you'll look forward to all the new work to come!

 

 

 

Shop Break

My shops will be taking an extended break starting November 30th and re-opening the first week of January. Certain items will remain visible. Any items remaining visible will be okay to purchase and if sold, will be shipped in the normal 3-5 business days. 
**Any orders placed on or before November 30th will be shipped within the normal 3-5 days after purchase.**

 

Studio Sale

Just a few of the pieces for my upcoming Studio Sale 

Just a few of the pieces for my upcoming Studio Sale 

There will be paintings on paper, drawings, sketches in various sizes & varied in prices. Look for them in my Pushed Under Shop starting Friday (November 18 - new date).

 

Bewitching VI, a new paper doll & a quick pin update!

Perfect Autonomy by Amy Earles 

Perfect Autonomy by Amy Earles 

Creature in the Leaves by Amy Earles, SOLD

Creature in the Leaves by Amy Earles, SOLD

There is No Key by Amy Earles, SOLD

There is No Key by Amy Earles, SOLD

Descent of Wood by Amy Earles 

Descent of Wood by Amy Earles 

Also showing alongside Bewitching is All That Remains and there are many great pieces for both shows! Check them out!

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If you missed it in my shop, As A Bat (my newest paper doll print) is now available!

As A Bat by Amy Earles

As A Bat by Amy Earles

In pin news, Emblem of Dusk should be here by the beginning of next week! Trust me, I know it's been a long wait. I appreciate the patience of everyone who pre-ordered.

Pins update!

Peripheral.vision hard enamel pins by Amy Earles

Peripheral.vision hard enamel pins by Amy Earles

Quick update regarding pin pre-orders! There is a delay on Emblem of Dusk which is being resolved.
The cat pins are in and look excellent! 
Some orders have already been shipped and more will be shipped this week.
If you ordered both pins & other items, everything will ship together.
Once all the pre-orders are shipped, I'll be adding the remainder of the pins to my shop. 

Note

Dear Pin Customers,

Orders are shipping daily. If you haven't gotten your shipping notification yet, you will soon!

Thanks!

Stitching Up That Empty Space

Taking a moment to make something that doesn't take hours to days to dry. Super Stress Relief. Oil paints are nice but gouache is instant gratification. I love you gouache. <3
 

More Beyond III

Beware the Wounds of Someone Else by Amy Earles, oil on panel

Beware the Wounds of Someone Else by Amy Earles, oil on panel

There is a heaviness that comes to mind in the cracked, black layers of the Victorian era. Layers of etiquette, of beaded, embroidered sleeves, a heaviness of mind in a rapidly changing world. Polite society with a strange fascination. I think of double meanings, a twist in perception. Whose wounds should you beware of? Those who wait in the netherworld or the other way round.

More Beyond opens next Saturday at Brick & Mortar Gallery in Easton, PA. See the show card below for all the details and the list of fellow artists (all excellent).