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otikiniko's (aka N! Satterfield) Latest Paintings (updated 10/5/07)
otikiniko
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From: The Molokai (or a studio 3 minutes away)
Posted: 2007-06-14 2:16 pm   Permalink

Just wanted tho give the ohana a look-see of what I've been slingin' paint at tiki-wise.

If you caught the "Psychotikis Are Go" show, you caught a glimpse of an early version on this theme.

Here's the group shot of all 5 paintings arranged together for the show.


Detail of "Radioactive Tiki", Color Study, & Monochromatic Study


Detail of "Outmoded Advertising Icons: Punchy & Oaf"

This set is part of "Bad Meaning Good"... notice it opens the same Saturday night as Hukilau,
I'm gonna try and be in both places. Hope you like 'em!


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kctiki
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Posted: 2007-06-16 4:25 pm   Permalink

Poor old Oaf! That brings back some memories.

I like the tapas border running perpendicular to the frame - really a nice touch.


 
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VampiressRN
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Posted: 2007-06-16 8:22 pm   Permalink

Very nice work....the monochromatic one is awesome.
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Paipo
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Posted: 2007-06-17 2:06 pm   Permalink

These are really cool, I was hoping you would post some more of them after I saw the brown tapa tiki in another thread. How do the sides work? Are they attached at right angles, or are you using deep box canvases?
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kirby
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Posted: 2007-06-17 3:09 pm   Permalink

good work.. im realy diggin "punchy"...aloha...kirby

 
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otikiniko
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Posted: 2007-06-18 10:20 am   Permalink

Mahalo for all the kind words!

I found out Saturday morning a local collector (during the one preview the gallery gave) made a b-line for the group and purchased the three tikis and is keeping them together. Punchy & Oaf are going home with another collector who bought the set during the opening reception Saturday night.

Unfortunately, my duties at Hukilau kept me at the Mai-Kai so I didn't make it to the opening. But it's nice to be reminded that tikiphiles are lurking everywhere!

Quote:

On 2007-06-17 14:06, Paipo wrote:
How do the sides work? Are they attached at right angles, or are you using deep box canvases?


They're basically wooden boxes. I cut all of the sides with a miter saw, build a frame, and mount the surfaces to the frame. I looked into stretching canvases to get the faces raised, but I do quite a bit of sanding and wood and masonite are really the only materials that forgive the level of abuse I throw at em'. Plus I kinda like the "chunky" feel of the boxes.

Click the thumb to visit the gallery's website and see more pics.


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otikiniko
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Posted: 2007-09-07 3:13 pm   Permalink

As Promised in the "Summer Swap" thread here are some of my recent works.

Here's "Born of Water" and her sister "Born of Fire".

I'm gonna rework the stencil a bit, enlarge it, and paint each of all four elements.
*both are the same size, I just suck with photoshop.

Here's "The Power of Moai"

Here I'm using my small Moai stencil (cut for color/registration testing) in a piece. It's 8.75"x14.75", eventually this stencil will be about 30" tall.
*please forgive the flash... the reflection makes the grain a bit more noticeable than it actually is.

When I get the pics of my studio edited I'll post 'em so everyone can see what 20 Moai look like.

Enjoy!!



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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2007-09-07 3:28 pm   Permalink

Oti!
That fire/water duo kicks butt! Congrats on selling those 5 pieces in 2 days! Rad! Likin the new stencil work!


 
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Benzart
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Posted: 2007-09-08 05:49 am   Permalink

Love those Sisters. Man Everybody is doing such great stuff on this side of "Creating", Gotta get over here more often.
Great stuff Otikiniko
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otikiniko
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Posted: 2007-09-10 1:17 pm   Permalink

Thanks for the compliments, I've been working quite a bit lately and the interest has been pretty fantastic. The Saturday night grand opening at Harold Golen Gallery (9/8/07) went great!
Visitors were blown away to see a huge Punchy (21"x21") glaring at them.
It was pretty nice to share wall space with Steve Cambrone and be in a show with the likes of Tiki Tony, Thorsten Hasenkamm, Bosko, Sam Gambino, Flounder, Pooch, Scott Saw, Anthony Ausgang, Ron English, etc.

Here are a few NT tid-bits from "Sex & Science" currently at Bear & Bird. These might be fun for the mixology or vintage buffs.

This is the "Dr. Cocktail Drink Laboratory":

Front:

Back:

It's painted on a vintage Portable Bar. Note the matching cocktail shaker.

This is the "Robo-coctail Drink Kit":

Front:

Back:

Again, painted on vintage Portable Bar. Note the tapa signature "N!" on the spine.

"Sex & Science" show info
here.
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ravenne
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Posted: 2007-09-10 2:52 pm   Permalink

Waaaah! I LOVE DR. COCKTAIL AND ROBO!

So adorable! The expression on the Doc's face is priceless!

Also love the skulls, very cool!


 
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otikiniko
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Posted: 2007-09-11 12:24 pm   Permalink

Big Time Mahalos! for all of the comments and PMs, it means a lot to get such great support from the ohana!:D

I promise as soon as I have pics of the gigantic Punchy and the massive Moai collection y'all will be the first to see 'em.

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Sam Gambino
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Posted: 2007-09-12 10:19 pm   Permalink

Loving that Hawaiian Punch stuff and Dr Cocktail! Very cool vibe to these.

 
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otikiniko
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Posted: 2007-10-02 2:40 pm   Permalink

Mahalo Sam-o! Looks like we're crossing paths a lot lately! (Harold Golen Gallery now Kustom Kulture)

Speaking of... here are a few pieces from recent shows!

"My Heros Have Always Been Animated" @ Harold Golen Gallery:

This one is 21"x21"x6" HUGE!

"The Inevitable" @ Kustom Kulture's "Brushes, Needles, & Burnouts":


"Green Kelso" @ Kustom Kulture's "Brushes, Needles, & Burnouts":



Oh, and here's a NT Item for another Bear & Bird show.

"Amantia Muscaria, or.. The REAL Reason Smurfs Smile (Apologies to Peyo)" part of "What a Fun Guy":


Hope y'all enjoy 'em!!

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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2007-10-02 7:32 pm   Permalink

It's a toss-up between "the inevitable" and the "Amantia Muscaria"!
Great work Otikiniko!
Sly humor and fun behind these! Good to see ya gettin it out there!
Keep us posted more often!


 
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