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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-12-14 06:59 am   Permalink

Wow
Yep very Kool
Talented young Man U r sir

Cheers


 
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hiltiki
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Posted: 2016-12-14 09:27 am   Permalink

Love your sketches specially the one called Ambush, let us know if there's any progress pictures of that piece in the future.

 
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2017-01-03 12:02 am   Permalink

Aloha Ohana
and a Merry Christmas and happy new year to you ALL!
Here's to a wonderful new year,packed with Adventure and opportunity!



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On 2016-12-14 03:50, Will carve wrote:
Beyond words Ken.
Humbling.
Thanks.



Mahalo Will!
Sharing these are meant to INSPIRE,not humble
The more we all share and grow and playfully challenge each other
the better our scene/movement/genre/lifestyle becomes!
Thankful for this talent and that it and technology are aligned.
Happy New Year!

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On 2016-12-14 06:59, hang10tiki wrote:
Wow
Yep very Kool
Talented young Man U r sir
Cheers


Cheers H-10!
Merry Christmas and happy new Year!
Always a pleasure to serve!
and "young" is a little too generous!
especially the way it feels after an eight hour art tear

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On 2016-12-14 09:27, hiltiki wrote:
Love your sketches specially the one called Ambush, let us know if there's any progress pictures of that piece in the future.



Happy New year Hil!
Thank you. I have a finished and progress pieces on a "Before the Ambush" a piece inspired by that sketch
but a darker,deeper in the jungle painting of the actual Ambush is on the list... Will keep you posted!

Well, the path has had MUCH progress since last we spoke
and i plan on sharing all the steps

But for now,here's two shots
merely for crowd placation...



but tonight is the last night of a 5 day holiday
and time is GOLDEN
so I'm just gonna share some Captain Cook goodies..
Well this exhibition came up...
"Dark and Stormy" A Tiki Nightmare
an exhibition coming up in February
At Night Gallery Fine Art in Santa Ana, CA.
www.NightGalleryFineArt.com
The show will run from February 1st - March 15th 2017
There will be two receptions- Feb 4th & March 4th 2017
and i was feeling the urge to stray from the flock a little
to really get to the heart of a tiki nightmare...
The story of captain Cook,first revered as Lono
fit the bill...
i wanted to capture the savagery of a people and a god betrayed
i had read that he wasn't struck down until he TURNED HIS BACK to the Hawaiians
most still in fear of his strange power,costume,and mana,as a chief,
I wanted to capture THAT
and after some research,found an actual tiki that was created to represent Cook as Lono
a reminder,something to face the audience and say."See what happens when the tiki gods are misrepresented?"


and here's just an offshoot sketch
of an apparition of lono grabbing Cook
holding him while dagger and spears pierced his back and neck


so,how foes one plan such an epic theme?
by walking around and getting a lay of the land...

February 14, 1779, Kealakekua Bay, HI


Different views...from the ship or the shore?


Here's the lava rock tidepool he stumbled into
right before they fell upon him...
there;s a plaque there
maybe someday i'll see it


and a masonic Obelisk! JOY!


Lovin that interesting rise in the hills
that powerful diagonal
tumbling towards the ocean....

Here it is as it curves to the right...


Also, one has to keep in mind that the vegetation was different in 1779

See? much sparser...

Next... How to compose the characters?
How to extract a pathos akin to the desperation and madness of Gericault's "Raft of the Medusa"?
Do i include the subtle obelisk into the composition?

Too ambitious and forced.....



Too close..... the LAND has to also become a character
small signs of occupation,of ownership amidst the brutality...
(and yes, i know that's a Ku,not a Lono pictured...)
their festivals had Ku followed by lono in terms of the way the seasons dictated them
Ku, the god of warfare,was a more suitable incarnation for Cook,in my opinion....

Here;s notes of one of the accounts gathered..



a more detailed Cook


some different musings on composition and point of view


and another.....


and ,of course.there were many Hawaiians gathered
chiefs,priests,warrior,and even the aged king
so some background activity MAY be required
if the piece allows it....






and here are some other wanderings/studies
some from historical sources
attempting to get a feel for the ship
and any other element that might pop up
So here are some sketchbook explorations
that may not make it into the piece
but make it into me
for later sharing....
extra credit!




and here's a drawing i made based on a historical source but depopulated to get a better look at the Island....









and to blow minds even FURTHER
Pyrography with acrylic tinting on wood
is the medium for this piece!
15 x 30"




Fingers crossed!
Goodnight Ohana!
and many Thanks for all the visits and comments!



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-01-03 06:07 am   Permalink


The thought the effort the creativity, I am blown away and this may be the first time I've written those words. I hope so because you deserve higher praise. How you do so much is beyond me because I work all day and it doesn't show like this. I am so happy to know you and to see your work here.

You really did capture the horror of his death.

Great news about your next show. You go there and have fun rocking it. Wendy
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MaukaHale
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Posted: 2017-01-03 08:04 am   Permalink

I really enjoyed ready through your research and analysis. I had read the story of Cook's death but your visual interpretation visual depiction made it more compelling.

The art work is very creative.

Thank you,


 
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little lost tiki
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From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2017-01-19 11:19 pm   Permalink

Aloha Kids!
Good to be back!
A lot of Art and Information to relay
so let's do it to it!
First,let's answers some visitors who were nice enough to leave some comments
Feedback is always nice...
i've shared my heart and inner workings
so it's wonderful to get a peek into how YOUR inners react to the work
no man is a tropical island
and whenever we interact
both sides grow!
Sorry! Took a few shots of Bushmills to loosen up the brain filters
so this post MAY get a lil philosophical and lofty at times
but hey! Creativity is all around so let's all have a swig!

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On 2017-01-03 06:07, danlovestikis wrote:
The thought the effort the creativity, I am blown away and this may be the first time I've written those words. I hope so because you deserve higher praise. How you do so much is beyond me because I work all day and it doesn't show like this. I am so happy to know you and to see your work here.
You really did capture the horror of his death.
Great news about your next show. You go there and have fun rocking it. Wendy



my dear Wendy,
Such a Serious part of our history should never be taken lightly
(unless satire is the intent.of course)so i'm just paying his life and fate with a measure of respect and gravitas....We'll be discussing that more later on down the post when some FINISHED details of the woodburn are revealed....One HAS to make time because it shows an example to others,and perhaps Cook's spirit will feel a momentary relief,knowing his deeds and death are still pondered....
I'm so glad for this wonderful life and all the talented and loving and insightful and funny people that have wandered thru...
More show news below...
hugs to YOU
and Dan too,i guess



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On 2017-01-03 08:04, MaukaHale wrote:
I really enjoyed ready through your research and analysis. I had read the story of Cook's death but your visual interpretation visual depiction made it more compelling.
The art work is very creative.
Thank you,



Hey MaukaHale!
Thank YOU for the kind words and i appreciate the props. An artist's life is lived INSIDE a lot
solitary observations and ruminations over pieces of dialogue and snippets of conversations
roll around this gray matter
bouncing to and fro like a grey bouncehouse
SO it's nice to hear this has helped fluff up Cook's saga and given you some visual references to the event.Scroll on down for some close-ups and a bit of banter
Oh! JUST finished this book a few days ago and it is a great short read that covers the varying accounts of Cook's last voyage,but also the swing from hero to villain to hero
depending on what island you're asking...... Here's a link if you're interested...
http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674031944
and mahalo for the visit,and especially leaving a comment. They're much appreciated
and i thank you.


Okeeeeee Kids...
Let's get on with some art banter and stuff!


Here's a pic of yours truly working on "the Path"
a piece i've had to put down for the time being
as more important projects have arisen...


Here's how far it has progressed...
Time to let it simmer for a bit
before i have to stalk and capture this strange elusive painting some more...


and here is the finished PYROGRAPHICAL stage of
"the Final Moments of Captain Cook"


But that's old news
Because it's finished!
Can't reveal it yet in all it's FULL-ON Glory
until we get closer to the exhibition...


The idol in the woodburn is based on an actual idol that represented
Lono/Cook and was worshipped by the islanders


Here's the temple,with an elevated offering of fruit outside
This gives the landscape a small sense of occupation
amidst the brush....


a close-up of the Tiki. it probably wouldn't be outside like this
but inside the temple,or elevated on a pole.
The reason he is outside is an artistic choice.
Lono/Cook is facing the viewer
a grim host to the ensuing slaughter in da water!
and perhaps a reminder
not to get to big for our britches
do not represent who you are not
"stop frontin" in the strange lingo of you kids...


Alright.... Here we have the moment after Cook is struck,cries out,and is revealed to
experience pain. Again, in the accounts,he is stabbed and falls down on his face into the lava rock tide pool. and again,for artistic purposes,and to give James Cook the dignity he deserved
decided to take the route of the post-mortem apotheosis prints that were everywhere for a brief period
after news of his death finally reached Britannia...
His arm is thrust upward,an unanswered appeal to the Heavens
as spears and clubs and knives flash and splash and glisten around him...


Here's a closer look,at his uniform,stained with blood as he leans backwards
staining a rock and the beautiful blue water...
Shouts and Sinew finish the deed
as Cook realizes that
despite all of his discoveries
and adventures
and selfless advancement of his country's knowledge and acquisition
that he is still just soft stuff covered in bone,muscle,and skin
and even tho our minds can cross limitless expanses
and figure out complex equations
and map undiscovered territories
that we are all still mortal
and weak and all owe our creator a death.


An extra close close close-up
So you can see the actual laying of the colors over the woodburnt part
some of the aqua rim lighting from the water.
Also, his LOOK
i wanted a gasp,but a dignified gasp,
a shock,
but not a completely unexpected one...


Forgot to mention that four other seamen perished during this scuffle
here's one of them floating and lolling in the water....


That's it for now with the woodburn... Thought i should end the narrative with a little piece of peaceful paradise to ponder...

Here's where it will be appearin!
Along with Toesy,Douggles,candy,and a bunch more Ultra talent
that's sure to Soak your boat!


and here are some drawings and sketchbook musings...































Went on a Solomon island bender for some future projects....












"Joyful Dancer"
6 x 12"
acrylic on wood


Close-up!


Here's the original study for the piece below...


"Nocturnal Nguzu Nguzu"
10 x 20"
acrylic on wood


Close-up!


Come on down this Saturday!
i'll have these two newbie paintings and a whole lot more!
Hope to see you there!

Well... Time for bed....

Mahalo for visitin!
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Will carve
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Posted: 2017-01-20 04:26 am   Permalink

I may have said this before.

Beyond words & humbling.


 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-01-20 09:56 am   Permalink

Diggin Cook

Nocturnal colors are eye exploding
As always: AWESOME Bruddah


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-01-20 10:19 am   Permalink


I like what Will Carve said. Beauty, horror, fun, expressive. Just a wow expelled from the depths of my being. Now one big smile for you. Wendy
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cy
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Posted: 2017-01-20 2:52 pm   Permalink

Always such great ideas and execution Ken, thanks for taking the time to post here on TC!

 
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 4 days ago; 02:02 am   Permalink

Has it really been almost TWO months since the last posting?
Sincerest Apologies to you all....
i should have just hopped on here and posted a few things at a time
but ,bring IN THE ZONE
one does not want to disturb the precarious equilibrium
that goes into creating...

Well, here's a list of things done did since last we spoke..
Some i can share
others have to wait...

1 screenprinted mai tai glass for Hidden Harbor in Philadelphia
2 mugs and a bowl for Tiki Farm
FIVE paintings for a bitchin exhibition and other surprises in the FALL!
and,conservatively,about 75 sketchbook drawings
(not all Tiki,but art is art,eh?)
and got thru 2 Vonneguts ( Mother Night/God Bless You,Mr. Rosewater)
and am currently enjoying switching between Phillip K, Dick (A Scanner Darkly) and Rodin (On Art and Artists)
An artist should be constantly feeding and observing and learning
however daunting and laborious that responsibility may be...
So ,let's chat with some friends and then get down to the ReAL nitty gritty!

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On 2017-01-20 04:26, Will carve wrote:
I may have said this before.
Beyond words & humbling.


i think you HAVE said that before!
Thanks for the visits and I'm glad these offerings captivate the Ohana!

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On 2017-01-20 09:56, hang10tiki wrote:
Diggin Cook

Nocturnal colors are eye exploding
As always: AWESOME Bruddah



Well, Cook is done
was exhibited
and is now home at the studio
hanging near where i paint
as a reminder of not to assume any identity except oneself...
and never get too big for your britches...
i will be sharing some pics on here of Cook
i think it went over some heads
but felt the theme powerful and important enough
to merit it's representation of the Dark Side of Tiki...
Colors have been both a friend and a challenge lately
The tension makes for some great energy!
Thank you for the constant Stoke,brother!

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On 2017-01-20 10:19, danlovestikis wrote:
I like what Will Carve said. Beauty, horror, fun, expressive. Just a wow expelled from the depths of my being. Now one big smile for you. Wendy



Aloha Wendy!
All aspects of life have their own message,their own character,as Rodin says... So even ugly events have a purpose,a lesson... He describes the flaw,the character of a person,to far outweigh physical beauty at times
because of the knowledge and emotion imparted. A common thread...
One Big SMILE for YOU,Wendy,dear art-sister

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On 2017-01-20 14:52, cy wrote:
Always such great ideas and execution Ken, thanks for taking the time to post here on TC!



Mahalo cy!
lways nice to hear from such a brain as yours! And so happy to be able to provide some fodder for it! Sorry for the long pause between posts..... Life just kinda gets in the way... Plus,when it's a choice between creating and posting....art always wins....

Well, now it's time to catch y'alls up some
concerning the Art Side of thangs...

"the Final Moments of Captain Cook"
pyrography and acrylic tinting on wood
15 x 30"


and a few close-ups for you










Next entry is the earlier-mentioned Hidden harbor Mai Tai glass
which should be out very soon!
But in the meantime,here are some of the roughs i sent to Adam
as we developed the idea of picturing a Hidden Harbor that wraps around the glass...a very fun project,and i don't take on too many!
These were just sketches/concepts and existing sketches sent to inspire and create a conversation with at least some visual reference...
it's always a delight to compare the embryonic stage with the finished product.. Hopefully next posting,the finished products would be public and available to share....







This was a labour of love and was even graced by a studio visit from Adam and his lady when they visited California a while back!
Very excited to share the final finished product!
Soon!

Alas,the Tiki Farm new mugs are under wraps during development
and i always give Holden the final word on when to share
but i can say,two of the items were culled from some familiar characters in this strange Tiki world i paint... That is all for now
but i promise you will not be disappointed!

Also, will soon be creating a few prints for Spoonflower
here's a teaser of an element from one...

a lil Jim Flora,a little Chinese papercut style...

and,with regret,i cannot share the five new paintings that i JUST finished
as they are for a future exhibition and other cool things
That is not to say,that the THEME or idea of some of these mystery paintings may be hidden in these jottings and scrawlings below....
Just sayin...

Which is what sketches are for
Opening you up to new paintings
new places to explore...

So i hope that these sketchbook entries can inspire you
despite the lack of color in the entries...

Kids..... Always keep your sketchbook around
Ideas are ephemeral and with our 15 second attention spans
it's good to jot straight from brain to paper
capture it!


Asmat Sculpture study and a landscape for a painting someday!


This one is kind of a visual pun
Anyone who has slowly waded into a cold body of water can
understand this Tangaroa's chilly experience
when water hits that certain AREA....
but i digress...
Below are some more abstracted versions of this theme..



some misc. studies/ideas to develop
characters to populate paintings...


a Tiki Bar still Life
just because...
These studies were created on either sketchbook paper
or watercolor sketchbook paper
with an ink pen/waterbrush pen/Copic marker/pencil
in case you was wonderin...


Profile of Yipwan Figure,Papua New Guinea


The Stowaways


Ancestor Figure, Papua new Guinea


Some waterfall landscapes


Ways of creating graphic decorative vegetation
thrown into a landscape!


Rower and a Hidden harbor landscape


Cave of the Ancestors


Lono and Hut


Village


Incomplete Tropical landscape


Paradise


Paradise (from the reverse side of the paper)


Paint or Food container, papua new Guinea


Imaginary Canoe Prow


Food or Paint Bowl,Papua new Guinea


Adoration of the Moai



Ahu


Ancestral Face, papua New Guinea


Dancer


Drum


Ancestor Figure,Papua new Guines


Pitcairn Island, Bounty bay


The Secret falls


study for "the midnight Sentinels"

Well, still have a bunch more to scan
and will share them next time!
Goodnight and Enjoy,my friends!
i hope they give you as much pleasure
as i had creating them!
Nighters!



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 4 days ago; 07:40 am   Permalink


little lost tiki with such an impressive body of work you can have a day off now and then. I always think your work should be in a big thick book but that we are so lucky to see all the pages first. I did read all of your words and not just look at the art. I did notice the dip in the cold water right away. My crawl mug has no water but it does have a ...

Thank you for the time you gave as a gift to post all these creations. I don't have the words to express how wonderful a day it is to find your updates of art.

Many hugs, Wendy
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Posted: 4 days ago; 12:46 pm   Permalink

GROG not sure how you have energy to do more art after doing art all day at work. GROG have to draw a-mile-minute at work and still not have enough time to finish. The last thing GROG want do after work is come home and draw more.
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