On Trojan Horses, The #Goonpopulous & Worldwide Pedo Busts

 

Hello internet,

The progressive and tolerant #goonpopulous showed its ass off at yet again, this time at Berkeley University the night before last.  The violent protest, or riot, is said to have been initiated over a homosexual journalist named Milo Yiannopolis of Breitbart News  , being scheduled to give a talk.  I know, crazy right?



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Now, if you haven’t witnessed the violent temper tantrum just yet, or simply don’t believe me, take a look at the footage in the videos below.

Video by Paul Joseph Watson.

Video by the Doctor Of Common Sense

 



If you are currently or recently have been setting things on fire, damaging property, physically assaulting individuals or groups with opposing views, funding or organizing this angry mob, or blindly accepting and spreading ‘news’ with no actual evidence behind it, the statement in this new piece may be meant for you.



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On Trojan Horses

“Perhaps you were transformed into an ill-informed simpleton by the prolonged misuse of ‘smart’ technology.”



If the statement above happens to apply to you, know that the revolution has happened already & you missed it. I’d like to include this urgent message of 4 Beatles from across time for the #goonpopulous

Listen carefully. 



On a brighter note, the worldwide pedophile ring is unraveling fast. Tons of arrests made around the planet. 474 arrests made, I believe on February 2, 2017, in Los Angeles alone. Google it for more info.

And they said it was a conspiracy.

Online stockpile of worldwide news (From December 2016) concerning pending downfall of pedo rings by clicking here. 

For specifics on L.A pedo busts click here for a google search results.

and watch this

Video by Alex Jones at infowars.com

Disclaimer – I am not necessarily a fan of Alex Jones and I don’t agree with everything he says, but he does his research, is passionate, and should be respected as he has devoted over 20 years to exposing all of this.


For information and availability concerning the Apoko-Lips series click here.  For information on my current selection of art feel free to contact me via my website. 


 

Until next time,

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CKirk

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Refresh Dream Machine Pathway Odinsleep

Hello again art lovers!

It’s been a while.  I’m not sure how long actually.  I’ve taken a sabbatical from art and I’m only working when necessary.  Art makes me neurotic and every so often I have to decompress, rejuvenate, and restock my dream machine.

I’ve primarily been reading, weight lifting, doing various yogas and brain change exercises.  I’m recording my experiences and experiments daily to review at a later date.  Don’t worry, I’m not going to compromise my art blog by publishing my cooky results.  If results are shared it will be visually communicated through my art.

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During this sabbatical, I wrote a short story titled “The Tale Of Moby Dickhead: A Heart Warming Story Of Life Finding A Way Despite Evolution.  I will no doubt be publishing the story on my blog, under the “Story Time” category once the art is complete.  I began another project yesterday as well.  The piece is titled “Ode To Joy” and is an experimental 3D video/audio cut up.  Other components will be included to encompass touch, smell and taste.   The goal of the piece is elevated consciousness via prolonged sensory overload.  I doubt I will publish the video in its entirety.  It could be considered far too pornographic and I believe its function will be lost on the average bear.  A person shouldn’t fully experience the cut up unless having sex while watching with 3D glasses while listening to audio through head phones. Even then, it would most likely need to be the right mix of sex, awareness, and state of nervous system.  If all the criteria were met, the 3D sensory overload cut up experiment still may not reach its full potential.  It should be projected to cover all walls and ceiling.

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In other news, the commissions are still rolling in and rolling out… which is awesome! In most cases, there’s not much thinking required to complete them so they don’t get in the way of my odinsleep.  For instance, a collector named Kimberly who I have not seen in years contacted me a few months ago.  Her building burnt to the ground and she lost just about everything.  Ages ago, I created an Audrey Hepburn stencil piece that she grabbed almost immediately upon seeing on the gallery wall.  Audrey was among the casualties.  The piece was the first major purchase she and her husband made together.  They’re still married and because of the association with new-found love, she absolutely had to have it replaced.

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I finished the new Audrey about a week ago and Kimberly was thrilled.  Being able to help in circumstances like this really make me feel good about my job.

That being said, I’m still in the middle of my experiments and self-imposed therapy, so blog posts could still be sporadic.  I have no doubt that soon art will become important to me again, I’ll crank out some interesting work, and most likely, will slowly become neurotic once more. You never know though.  Maybe when I get back on the horse, I’ll have become the type that can create art without becoming a ticking atom bomb.

Until next time,

Ckirk

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When The Idea First Came About I Was Just Coming Off A 3 Year Stenciling Addiction & Was Really Starting To Lose My Shit PART DEUX

Hello again dear readers,

As you may know,  I was recently looking through my stash for some works to be shipped to the UK.  I was surprised to find the studies for my SOLD out 2009 series “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”!  I had totally forgotten about them.

The series was a mesh of mixed media and collage on mostly 30 x 40″ canvas with an amoral/confessional super hero theme.  When the idea first came about I was just coming off of a three-year stencil addiction and I wanted to do something different.  “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility” eventually manifested itself as primarily hand drawn work but it all started with the recently found stencil/collage pieces.

I decided to put a selection of the studies on sale for a limited time.  They SOLD OUT within the hour!

This week I listed a few more.  I believe these studies were probably the first or second phase I created while working out the idea for “W.G.P.C.G.R”.

Below is “Dolla Bill” from 2009

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The 2009 “W.G.P.C.G.R” studies will only be available until Thursday, November 20th,

so check out this piece and see what other studies that are on sale at my SHOP.

Until next time,

Ckirk

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When The Idea First Came About I Was Just Coming Off A 3 Year Stenciling Addiction & Was Really Starting To Lose My Shit

Hello again dear readers,

I hope you all had an insane Halloween.

I did.  After it was all over, I took a blood oath to quit drinking again.

Anyway, I’m blogging because I was recently looking through my stash for some works to be shipped to the UK.  I was surprised to find the studies for my SOLD out 2009 series “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”!  I had totally forgotten about them.

The series was a mesh of mixed media and collage on mostly 30 x 40″ canvas with an amoral/confessional super hero theme.  When the idea first came about I was just coming off of a three-year stencil addiction and I wanted to do something different.  “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility” eventually manifested itself as primarily hand drawn work but it all started with the recently found stencil/collage pieces.

I decided to put a selection of the studies on sale for a limited time.  They’ll probably be available for a week.

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“Stay Cool” Study, 2009

Check out the other studies that are on sale at my SHOP.

Until next time,

Ckirk

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Sold A Few Pieces This Week Ranging From Current Watercolor to Old Stencil Pieces

Hello all,

I sold a few pieces this week.  Yay!  First, I sold a recent watercolor titled “The First Of Seven Angels Blowing The First Of Seven Horns” to a nice woman in Canada.

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Then over the weekend, an old friend and fellow artist dropped by to pick up a few very old stencil works that were created for an event I curated titled “The Black History Exhibit”.  I haven’t shown these works (For years) since I began to sell my work internationally due to the fact that they are on particle board and are expensive as HELL to ship overseas.  I shipped one to a buyer in Japan once and the shipping cost was $300.

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Until next time,

ckirk

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It Felt Pretty Damn Good To Simply Half Ass This Thing

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Hi again,

I started my second piece for the “Philistine” collection.  See the last entry below or just click here if you want to learn about the idea behind the series.  Anyway, I’ve been thinking about this piece for a while and there was many different ways I could’ve done it.

I made my decisions as I worked on different sections.  The head would not have looked heavy enough if I painted it in watercolor, so I saved that medium for the flowers.  Oil for the sloth head would’ve been good, but to be honest I just didn’t feel like mixing paint.

I decided to collage and use other simple skills such as stenciling to complete this painting.  Usually I try to improve my technique with each new piece, but I have to admit…it felt pretty damn good to simply half ass this thing.

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“Philistine 2″, 18 x 24”, watercolor, spray paint, leather dye, and collage on 140lb acid free watercolor paper, 2013

Until next time,

ckirk

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Reworking a Large Canvas from 2009

Hello all,

While the weather isn’t perfect yet it’s cooled off a little here in Texas and I’ve been able to return to my ground level studio to work with oil.  Anyway, I’ve been staring at one of my very sub-par works from 2009 for about three years now as it has been hanging upstairs in my living room since completion.  That’s right…no one ever purchased it!  It wasn’t a horrible work, but was undertaken only months after I finally broke away from  years of stenciling….which really slowed my progression as a serious painter and draftsman.

That being said, I was upstairs loafing about and the idea of reworking the piece hit me suddenly.  I’d say within five minutes I had lugged the giant canvas down the stairs and was using primer to blot out the face.  I’ve put in a handful of painting sessions and it’s already looking much better.  Anyway, the piece isn’t finished yet.  I still need to work on the mouth area as well as add more layers and tones, but I wanted to share some photos anyway.

The work when after completion in 2009

In Progress 2012

Until next time,

ckirk

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