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Page 208! TWO BRAND NEW Paintings and mugs and bowls and stuff!
lucas vigor
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From: SOCAL
Posted: 2013-04-08 1:13 pm   Permalink

Gotta say it again. Your creations go far beyond being just tiki art. This is modern art of the highest caliber. Museum quality, actually.

 
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Bowana
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Joined: Nov 10, 2006
Posts: 1170
From: La Mesa, CA
Posted: 2013-04-13 7:03 pm   Permalink

So much good stuff that my head is spinning.

Sister Wends would be proud!
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GROG
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From: Tujunga
Posted: 2013-04-15 12:46 pm   Permalink

You produce a lot of work, but GROG think Eric October is kickin' your butt! Check out his latest Gallery post on page 6 of his Gallery thread.
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little lost tiki
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Joined: Jun 12, 2006
Posts: 7595
From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2013-04-26 2:14 pm   Permalink

Hello Dear Ohana!
So sorry for the time between postings...
Life and work and mojave oasis and other matters often consume time
like a bag of Lays Potato chips...

Let us attend to some replies and then some work posting...

Quote:

On 2013-04-08 00:50, Atomic Tiki Punk wrote:




ATP-Who is Exeter? I see you have used him on MP's thread as well...
please explain...


Quote:

On 2013-04-08 10:52, MadDogMike wrote:
Great use of the wooden leaf tray, just like it was made for a crocodile! I think the painted mug needs glow in the dark paint or blacklight paint.
See ya in a few days!



Mike! SO Great to see you at MOasis!
Hoping Toe will throw down another one because Glow in the Dark paint would RULE that SCHOOL! Speaking of,i really DO think we'll be needing to do some of them Chairs....and NOW that i have gotten 100% confirmation from Thor that we'll be sharing a suite at Tiki Oasis,i think there may be a few folks who might want to take a collab piece home with them...
Miss you already,my dear talented friend!

Quote:

On 2013-04-08 11:08, GROG wrote:
Nice to see a few paintings with a bigger color pallette than green and orange.



Nice to see you producing more than one piece a year.......dick.
BTW,Thanks for bringin that piece to Don's... my jokes on the way to the way to the car we're WAY better than your shoddy ones....in my humble opinion...



Quote:

On 2013-04-08 11:55, LoriLovesTiki wrote:
"LLT" - too funny (having the same initials) I hadn't noticed!
Both your paintings and your commentary make me smile. I love so much of your stuff. This is a fun thread.



So Glad we could amuse AND entertain you,my dear...
I will remain steadfast to providing a consistent amount of both
from time to time...

Quote:

On 2013-04-08 13:13, lucas vigor wrote:
Gotta say it again. Your creations go far beyond being just tiki art. This is modern art of the highest caliber. Museum quality, actually.



Thanks Lucas! See what you can do about slipping some pieces into one...
It was so nice to see you at MoAsis
AND to hear the menehunes a few times during the festivities
You kids are true roots...I always get a warm feelin hearing you kids play...

Quote:

On 2013-04-13 19:03, Bowana wrote:
So much good stuff that my head is spinning.
Sister Wends would be proud!



Thanks Bowie! It was great seeing you at Don's a few weeks back...
i WILL be seeing you at Tiki Oasis soon enough
and we can toast and laugh and all dat!

Quote:

On 2013-04-15 12:46, GROG wrote:
You produce a lot of work, but GROG think Eric October is kickin' your butt! Check out his latest Gallery post on page 6 of his Gallery thread.



Ernie....this isn't a competition...
i think tobunga's work is par excellence
AND his output is incredible...
Sometimes people have other genres to paint
and have to slice up their time to accomodate them all...
plus work takes up a lot of time...
so shaddup
and get to crackin on some new ceramics


Alrightio!
That concludes our passive/aggressive commentary for this week..
Here's a few newbies...
Created for mojave Oasis
and still available...

"the First Sip"
acrylic and cel-vinyl on wood
with a Thick-azz bamboo Ben frame
12 x 20"
art 8.5 x 13"


Who gets to take the First Sip?

"the Encounter"
pyrography and acrylic tinting on wood
6 x6"


a lil mini Solomon Islands-inspired piece...

"Maori"
pyrography and acrylic tinting on wood
8 x8"


That is all,dear friends
until we meet again...
Thanks fer visitin!





guess who's vending at Tiki Oasis this year?
I'm on FaceBook Too!Look me UP,folks!

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-04-26 4:09 pm   Permalink

It's fun to visit you. Love the wood burning and Maori. See you at Oasis if not before art-brother. Hugs, Wendy
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Atomic Tiki Punk
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Joined: Jul 19, 2009
Posts: 6301
From: Costa Misery
Posted: 2013-04-26 5:49 pm   Permalink

Quote from LLT...
"ATP-Who is Exeter? I see you have used him on MP's thread as well...
please explain..."

Kinny!!!
As a fan of 1950s Sci-Fi (you are, are you not?)
this is from the great & cheesy movie "This Island Earth"

"Exeter" was the head Alien from the planet Metaluna
who came to Earth to recruit (kidnap) the top Scientist's
to help save Metaluna from total annilation.

(You should know this!)

Watch it, now!

Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR7e3StbXoU

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Lukeulele
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Posts: 377
From: So Cal-holic
Posted: 2013-04-26 10:33 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2013-04-26 17:49, Atomic Tiki Punk wrote:
Quote from LLT...
"ATP-Who is Exeter? I see you have used him on MP's thread as well...
please explain..."

Kinny!!!
As a fan of 1950s Sci-Fi (you are, are you not?)
this is from the great & cheesy movie "This Island Earth"

"Exeter" was the head Alien from the planet Metaluna
who came to Earth to recruit (kidnap) the top Scientist's
to help save Metaluna from total annilation.

(You should know this!)

Watch it, now!

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR7e3StbXoU



One of the best, and cheesiest '50s Sci-Fi B-Movies ever! Maybe only second to "Invasion of the Saucer Men."


 
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little lost tiki
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From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2013-04-27 10:26 am   Permalink

A Thousand Pardons.....
it appears I posted in GEEK CENTRAL by mistake!


 
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tigertail777
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Posts: 671
From: Oregon
Posted: 2013-04-27 11:16 pm   Permalink

It's okay LLT, I really dig old 40's/50's movies and I didn't recognize it either and have also been wondering what it was from.

"The First Sip' looks like it would glow under a black light, I am not sure but it may possibly be the brightest picture I have seen you do. Dig the wood burning I like to do that myself once in a while.


 
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little lost tiki
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Joined: Jun 12, 2006
Posts: 7595
From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2013-05-05 6:14 pm   Permalink

hello Ohana!

Got a few new ones to share with ya
Gimme just a minute...
Quote:

On 2013-04-26 16:09, danlovestikis wrote:
It's fun to visit you. Love the wood burning and Maori. See you at Oasis if not before art-brother. Hugs, Wendy



Thanks Art-Sister! All i gotta do is send Otto some $$$ and i will then officially be vending with the esteemed Thor at Tiki Oasis this year! A friendly insightful TRUE artist who should provide good company and conversation between the crowd throngs... Looking forward to seeing YOU and all those fellow Friends and Arteests who are long overdue some Hugs!

Quote:

On 2013-04-26 17:49, Atomic Tiki Punk wrote:
Quote from LLT...
"ATP-Who is Exeter? I see you have used him on MP's thread as well...
please explain..."

Kinny!!!
As a fan of 1950s Sci-Fi (you are, are you not?)
this is from the great & cheesy movie "This Island Earth"

"Exeter" was the head Alien from the planet Metaluna
who came to Earth to recruit (kidnap) the top Scientist's
to help save Metaluna from total annilation.

(You should know this!)

Watch it, now!

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR7e3StbXoU



Meh...
the monster thing used to fascinate me as a kid
When i would stumble upon it in the Monster Movie rags of the 70's
but the rest of the movie looks like every other from that era
Black and White films
saturated with a looming
Atomic Destruction/Utopia
Commies and Bombs disguised as other-Worldly visitors
over it...

Would rather watch all the old episodes of kikaida,Thank you very much!


On 2013-04-26 22:33, Lukeulele wrote:
Quote:

One of the best, and cheesiest '50s Sci-Fi B-Movies ever! Maybe only second to "Invasion of the Saucer Men."



I will get around to Netflixin it sometime...
i imagine the Mystery Science Theater Folks give it a good rousing!


Quote:

On 2013-04-27 23:16, tigertail777 wrote:
It's okay LLT, I really dig old 40's/50's movies and I didn't recognize it either and have also been wondering what it was from.

"The First Sip' looks like it would glow under a black light, I am not sure but it may possibly be the brightest picture I have seen you do. Dig the wood burning I like to do that myself once in a while.



Vincent Price "the Last Man on Earth" is my fave from that Black and White Sci-Fi category.

Been playing with color combos to capture that indoor bar lighting,even if it is from a Bent perspective...
I'm hoping they Glow Without a Black-light!
If you scroll down,this new offering below follows that same color exploration...
Hopefully,as soon a the studio is perfect for it,
you can share some Tiki woodburns with us!

Well.. Time for some ART!

"the Fallen Comrade"
acrylic gouache and cel-vinyl on wood
23 x 13.75"
image: 11 x 20"


Here it is WITHOUT the thrift store PERFECT frame


and some details!
This painting is about that one friend who happens to take a dive some night out on the town (or at Tiki Oasis...) We have ALL had a friend like that...this is a painting about THEM...
our FALLEN COMRADES!


Some Background...

I went for a looser style
still bringing in elements of the stained glass style
but loosening it up
making it more painterly than graphic...
the colors were also a fun little recess
brights next to neutrals next to darks..then shadowing it in with a raw umber and highlighting areas with some dark mustard and naples yellow,and then some washes of black ,but just in the areas that needed it......

Uh Oh....



the Fallen Comrade...


i love lamp.


Fish Float lamps


a Background Table


Closeup of the Background Table


And here's one i finished up at Mojave Oasis
a few weeks back....
such a great place to relax and hang with friends

"the Village"
tissue paper/ink stain and ink on Aquarelle watercolor paper
12 x 16"


and some close-ups...
Hut!


Sun and Another Hut!


Idol or Ancestor Carving


a closeup to show the ground
and some of the rough ink and tissue paper stain
below the drawing...


and one last treat...Early Saturday morn i wandered the park and did
quick studies of some the Tikis adorning the poles around Mojave oasis...There were some new ones erected in the half circle vintage trailer area this year and they look GREAT!

"Tikis at Mojave Oasis"
tissue paper/ink stain and ink on Aquarelle watercolor paper
12 x 16"


That's all i got for now...
Have a Nice Evening!


 
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hang10tiki
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Joined: Jul 18, 2010
Posts: 4160
From: Las Vegas
Posted: 2013-05-05 6:38 pm   Permalink

The First Sip
How did I miss that???
It made me thirsty, so I made a drink...


Jon


 
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little lost tiki
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Joined: Jun 12, 2006
Posts: 7595
From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2013-05-19 8:48 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2013-05-05 18:38, hang10tiki wrote:
The First Sip
How did I miss that???
It made me thirsty, so I made a drink...


Jon



Glad this thread and these lil paintings
inspired a nice relaxing reprise from the ordinary...
Who gets to take the first sip?
that tense moment until SOMEBODY steps in
and Sluuuuurp!

Well....Gettin ready for a solo show in June
so i've been the lil busybee
doing that
and handling a rigorous day gig...

There's a New gallery in bakersfield
called the Sideshow gallery
Toe,myself and a bunch of other demented painters
are hanging there...
if you're in that area,go check it out
it's on Buck Owens Drive
Which is WAY cool in itself!
El-Freakin-Paso!


Soooo
Here's a Brand NEW painting i shuffled off to them last Saturday

"THE BATTLE OF NIGHT AND DAY"
cel-vinyl and acrylic on wood
21x20"
with a beautifully craftted Mikel Parton (empee) frame!


the image alone


This was part of my kid's book
that i never wrote
so i figured a painting
would lock it into my memory banks
when that time arrives....

Here's the Sun and moon struggling over the Night Sky....


This Tiki is pretty much just photobombing the picture
He just popped up and wouldn't move,so here he is...


This piece was real fun and loose
Big Swathes of color before the images were fleshed out...
Wheeee!

Here's the hut in a warm twilight sunset sunrise glow


A Volcano and some Palms watchiong lazily over this daily struggle....


Here's the EXACT point where Night meets Day...
Like i said before..it was a BLAST playing so ROUGH with the background colors and shapes!


Some foliage and ground


That's all i got NEW this week Tiki-wise...
Tho....if you would be so kind
allow me this small pitch

I will be having a SOLO show
Friday June 7th
"Sacred and Profane"
at the the Egan gallery
(that's 2 "the"s)
223/225 Santa Fe at the Magowski Arts Colony
Downtown Fullerton CA
6 to 10 pm

This will have SOME Tiki work,
but a LOT of what i was painting the 15-some years
BEFORE tackling Tiki with Full Force...

Here's a Brand New painting for the show

"the Battle of the Fish"


Not Tiki
more Han Dynasty stone-carvings,if you ask me....
Again..not Tiki
but still shows my love of ALL myths and folklore and Art...

Here's a Flyer to the upcoming show
if you aren't at ink and Iron
C'mon Down and say "Hello!"
Thank yuo for the indulgence....









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Atomic Tiki Punk
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From: Costa Misery
Posted: 2013-05-19 8:57 pm   Permalink

The color is a popping & so is your latest works, Kinny!

 
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anthonymaye
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Posts: 185
From: Sacramento, CA
Posted: 2013-05-20 08:03 am   Permalink

love the tikis at the mojave
really cool


 
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little lost tiki
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Joined: Jun 12, 2006
Posts: 7595
From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2013-06-10 11:39 pm   Permalink

Howdy Folks!
Been SUPER BUSY with the Sacred and Profane exhibition

it was fun to grab a 20-year slice of pieces
paint a bunch of new ones
then assemble them into a narrative...

Will be having a Closing Reception on June 22nd from 7pm to 11pm
Tiki Highway is during the day at Don's
I'll be there for a spell
Been working on a Secret Project with a dozen other artists
involving DeadHead Rum...but that's all i can say for now...
So go there during the day
and C'mon down to Fullerton in the Evenin for EVEn more Culture!

If i can handle the marathon
So can YOU!



Here's a flier with all the info
(except about the Closing Reception)
June 22nd 7-11pm


and here i am the Opening Night
in front of an UNauthorized poster plastered out front
(i always gave BigToe and Horne grief for their banners
chiding them about being Megalomaniac Shysters and so on...
Well....not anymore)
i would like to thank Bax Baxter,the owner of the Egan gallery
for making me into a hypocrite!


If you'd like to see all 52 paintings and 75 drawings
MY WEBSITE IS UP
(tho it needs a lot of work)

and i started uploading some Tiki work on their as well
it will be an ongoing process,so check in there
every so often....

http://www.kenruzic.com

Now for some brief conversations
and then i have a bunch of drawins to share!

Quote:

On 2013-05-19 20:57, Atomic Tiki Punk wrote:
The color is a popping & so is your latest works, Kinny!



Thanks Lance!There's more below!

Now will ya quit stirrin up doody on some of these other threads?
You are like a Trouble-magnet!
Behave!
i think Nancy should give you some spankings!


Quote:

On 2013-05-20 08:03, anthonymaye wrote:
love the tikis at the Mojave
really cool



mahalo Anthony!
Congrats on lil Hudson! Another little Tiki is welcomed into our Clan!
it was fun to wander around in the early morn,and just sit down and sketch some of these...
Mojave oasis is paradise!



And Now...
onto some drawings!

"Composition with Skull Bowl"
Copic Marker,White pastel pencil on Tissue paper and ink stained Aquarelle paper
14.25 x 10.25"


"Gathering at the Pool"
ink,Copic Marker and pastel pencil on Aquarelle paper
10.25 x 7"


"the Smile Moment"
ink and Copic marker on Aquarelle watercolor paper
9 x 12.25"



and here's one i found in the archives
that i don't think i ever shared...
it was a study for a piece called "the Happiest Hour"
for the Tiki-Kon in Portland last year....

study for "the Happiest Hour"
Ink and Copic marker on Tissue paper and ink stained Aquarelle paper
8.25 x 6.75"


and here's the painting that was a'borne of it....



This next one was REAL fast and messy!
"the Three Fish Floats"
ink,Copic marker and Bleachpen on tissue-paper stained Aquarelle paper
10.25 x 7"


"Telling the Punchline"
ink and Copic marker on Aquarelle paper
9 x 12.25"


"the Worrier"
ink,Copic marker,and pastel pencil on tissue paper stained Aquarelle paper
11.75 x 16"


it's only been a few days since the Opening
but i can feel some serious playing over the Horizon
cooking up new concepts
for new paintings
for Tiki Oasis this year!
YAY!


Oh! Look at the time!
I gotta get some rest!
Night Ohana!



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