NEW KENBOE BISBEE LOCATION!!! You may now see my work exhibited at the new location for Andrew Law’s: Mule Mountain Magic Jewelry at 38 Main street in old Bisbee in the old JC Penny building. I also have work at Jewelry Design by Dave Owen at Main and Subway, and at Rich Creek Glass down the street on Subway, also in Old Bisbee.
Work on View in Bisbee:
Email Ken Boe at firstname.lastname@example.org for a private viewing, discussion, or reading, or to have work shipped to you at no extra cost. Artworks currently cost a dollar an inch, plus a 200. experience, materials, and education fee, each.
My experimental paintings use materials and process as a source of content as much as any pictorial or representational design. Works are composed with their unconscious interpretation in mind; for those who might randomly be socializing in the presence of the artwork at some future time and place.
For me the power of intuitive feeling and thought are synchronic occurrences of imagination for both myself and potential future viewers. Since the environment we share is the language we share, artwork expands the consciousness of where it is, and this is what my artwork sets out to accomplish with its “archetypal triggers” of visual texture and sticky content. My works are in some non-traditional collections around the world. My work represents a ground floor opportunity of an experimental artist who has been researching and developing his techniques and content for decades, with real emergent and varied opportunities for success unfolding.
I have a number of different visual and written art projects in the works, including experimental encaustic works using thousands of crayons recycled from the restaurants of Yellowstone National Park, each crayon briefly held in the hands of a child’s imagination while in Yellowstone. Future large scale ‘encaustic fresco oil’ murals are envisioned using these materials for 2017. I’ve been researching and testing these materials for some time now. If interested in commissioning such an installation for the 2017 season, or beyond, please do contact me. (See also my line technique in The Totemizer, on display at Bisbee Chiro, for which you must also contact me if interested in acquisition.) ——>
2016 will also be the 20th anniversary of my whip painting technique, which I refer to as action print-making. Never the purist, the mono print left by the oil on whip mark is manipulated with brushwork in a final alchemy, or then sometimes it is not.
2014 saw the 20th anniversary of my “text-texture-context” work, for which I’ve continued with encaustic collage, and 2011 marked the 30th anniversary of my work with plaster and paint, culminating in recent work combining encaustic fresco — both in new conceptual use of the term, and with some traditional uses of the concept. Overall, I find ways to combine and hybrid my various levels of process, for which there are ten overarching projects currently going on in my brain, that I have identified. My vision is confident, my experience is true, and there is so much wonderful artwork and poetry to do.
Ken Boe at Miami Art Works: Blow Out Reception October 3rd, 2015: Click To Continue!
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