‘Paintings For A Synchronic Priming’—Ken Boe Artworks:

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NEW BISBEE LOCATION!!! You may now see my work exhibited at 38 Main street in old Bisbee in the old JC Penny building. Email kenboe @gmail.com


Artist and Collector Jim Coates on my art process:

See the video from my days at Miami Art Works and The Firehouse Art Space in Phoenix, prior to moving to Bisbee:

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4 foot by 4 foot whip painting made from original hand-made oil paint from Chalk Turquoise, with glitter and bleed-through Krink marker. Now available in Bisbee Arizona at Dave Owen Jewelry, 45 Main Street, at the intersection with Subway Street.
Check out my poem in Voices On The Wind: A Funnel Of Gnats Golem’s Clay: 4 foot by 4 foot whip painting made from original hand-made oil paint from North Carolina dirt (natural orange ocher, and other pigments), with glitter and bleed-through Krink marker. Now available in Bisbee Arizona at Dave Owen Jewelry, 45 Main Street, at the intersection with Subway Street.

Check out my poem in Voices On The Wind: Sound Check
Check out my poem from Voices On The Wind: Breaking Up From Below
Collaboration on canvas with Xymyl Naught:

See the works on the affiliated Jim Coates Gallery website:
www.jimcoatesgallery.com

“I believe that materials bring meaning to art as much as pictorial representation does. By manipulating how ideas take place ontologically, these become works of counter-realism.”

“I do asymmetrical or ‘action’ printmaking through use of manipulated whips, going back 20 years. Many of my works also involve experimental frescos, found objects, and other materials. Hybridizing my various proprietary techniques is paramount to my objectives. This can be true in other ways for my poetry, playwriting, and philosophy.”

“As an art collector I look for works, which as in my own work, the Artist has developed their own techniques; Art-materials literacy; and extensive experimentation and exploration of the various themes and series of works where they engage these ideas, techniques, and materials. Any good artist pursuing this kind of trajectory is a highly interesting investment.”

Ken Boe has also worked over 20 seasons in Yellowstone National Park. He has a bachelors in University Studies from Southern Illinois University, has also attended the School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago, and grew up in Evanston Illinois. He has mostly exhibited and published in local regional markets in the various places he has wintered in-between seasons in Yellowstone. Now that he has his own artist compound in the incredible art town of Bisbee Arizona, he is hoping to be able to focus on his work more year around, and begin exploring more international markets for his various works. Your contribution to his contribution will not go unrewarded.

Contact volunteer:
kenboe@gmail.com

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