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Upper

36x36
$35

Table center piece

11x36
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Snap Zap

36x36
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Pierce

42x48
$35

Inside Out

42x48
$35

Hyperbolic Paraloid

36x42
$35

Enzyme

36x36
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Dressage Prince

16x20
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Deep Rush

48x48
$35

Crossings

30x40
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Crazy Quilt

36x36
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Counter Points

30x40
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Cosmic Wheel

50x19
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Cross

45x22
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Cool Zap

36x36
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Aloha Spark

36x36
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Aquarium

19x50
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Another Cool Heat

60x50
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Brain Spikes

30x40
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Merge

72 x 49
$32

Self portrait

16 x 20
$56

Receiver

36 x 24
$35

Cool Heat

40x30
$35

Naam

28.5x79
$35

Spring light

36 x 24
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Division

84 x 36
$56

Exit

62 x 51
$38

Star Candy

33 x 66
$42

Ethan

16 x 24
$45

Bella

16 x 23
$56

Tara

16 x 23
$38

Jazz

18 x 74
$38

Ascension

51 x 68
$42

Logo

24 x 48
$45

Grow

72 x 49
$35

Attraction

24 x 96
$45

Energy

37 x 74
$56

Viral

66 x 23
$45

The dream

91 x 32
$45

Static

95 x 22
$32

Kirpal

16 x 20
$38

Selfie

16 x 20
$56

City

18 x 24
$38

Chronic

24 x 60
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Transmit

57 x 94
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Ken Boskoff

About The Artist

Ken Boskoff spent most of his life living and working in Hawaii where he developed a deep love for the Ocean and Nature. Ken started painting and surfing at the age of seven. His Art has evolved under the influence of his pursuit of spirituality and the study of the great Sants of India and Masters of Eastern philosophy which expanded his vision of art through venues such as deep meditation. In his work you will also notice the influence of the psychedelic movement of the 60s. Because of his “Hawaiian roots” his art also incorporates his love of the ocean, surfing and sailing diving. Because of the variety of stimuli that shaped his art there is
no “traditional” art category to classify his art, so we might call it
“Organic Psychedelic Art”.

Recent Blog

  • 18 Mar

    Picasso

    Pablo Picasso said “Every Child is an Artist,
    The problem is how to remain an artist once they grow up.

    I think what he was saying is “artists ; that is  Authors, Architects,Painters, Musicians, Dancers and on and on lose that artist connection Little by little as they “reach maturity” as they begin to take on the burdens of the world and find a place in society.
    That place they left behind is always there and available. The place you can go to to feel the power and beauty of creation. I feel it’s the artist and the designer, the Mathematician the poet and the architect who have brought our civilization out of the caves and into the digital world. Connect with that part of you where this magic happens and Create….

    I will be going to Berkeley California in a couple of weeks to visit Galleries and Dear Friends.

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  • 27 Feb

    Arts, a form of creativity

    What I love about art is that it’s constantly presenting endless possibilities. And those possibilities are Supremely satisfying and exciting at the same time. Facing conditioned reflexes ,doubt and fear of making a mistake and to open yourself to spontaneous creativity puts one in a timeless state. We have all felt that creative force from time to time and sometimes very powerfully. athletes,artists and others strive to be in the “zone ” as it is called. Time stands still and your consumed by….well, give it a name.

    Saw cool surf video last night on Netflix called “deeper shade of blue I think it’s a great source for someone who is just getting into surfing and wants to know how it came to be what it is today. Beautifully photographed it really showed the courage and grace Of these finally tuned athletes many of the people in the film were friends and people I socialized with and shared many ocean adventures with.

    I feel my studio pulling me I got to go for now.

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  • 23 Feb

    What the ocean and island life mean to you and how it influences you as a designer of island wear.

    The ocean and island life mean everything to me. It is a place where I truly learned to be with nature. To be free. The spirit in the island air is calming.
    It is well known there is something called “island time.” Island time comes from living from the heart. Getting away from mechanical constructs of time, if only for a little while, is refreshing. The reason behind it is simple and easy to understand… all of our needs as people are taken care of on the island. The land nourishes us with delicious tropical fruits and coconuts. The pure water cleanses the worries and negativity of the day from our minds and bodies. It brings to heart what truly fills our cup as humans and makes us feel fulfilled and alive… the ‘good life’ starts from the pure water of the oceans and rivers, the nourishing foods, and family life.

    When your cup is full you are on island time. Its gift is a taste of freedom. Island living helps to recognize the need to honor the land and water to stay free. If we don’t honor the water, how will we live? If we don’t honor the land, we will struggle to grow food that nourishes us. If we stop honoring the life around us, a different, less preferred clock starts ticking! Life is just more fulfilled on ‘Island time’.

    Island time showed me everything is within reach. A safe place where food grows from trees, where the oceans and rivers are not only refreshing and enlivening to swim in but are also full of life themselves. It is easy to fall in love with island life.

    As an artist/designer I want to share the freedom that island time has shown me. Island time and island life is a large part of what influences my art, that combined with Eastern philosophy and meditation. Paradise and island time is everywhere we allow it to be. It is my goal to share a glimpse of island time with people through my art. For our beach and casual wear, our intent is to use material for fabric grown from the earth in a regenerative way. I only wish to employ people who will be proud of their work and make a sustainable wage. The designs themselves may have an air of sophistication, but are playful and easy to wear at the same time.
    My gift to you is refined art for everyday living. My gift to you is island time.

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