The devilish lady from Tortuga Tileworks displayed her scarey pieces.
And here is Pam Kwarchak, on the right, or PiqueStudios. Please go to her blog to see her work up close. It's very detailed and beautiful.
Although you can't tell here, the show was quite crowded. Artists showed their work in many of the studios, as well as outside in the courtyard. When the skies opened up and the rains came, they just quickly moved their tables indoors.
I loved this Frankenstein piece. It's simply painted on a big sheet of canvas. I'd love to see that at someone's Halloween party. I'd dare them to keep that up all year! Would it go well above your couch?
You can go to the Armory's website to see when their next big event is. They also do smaller openings for their exhibits, but these big parties are much more fun.