C.B.G. 13

---- making a collection of works called American Rehab---
Ebay postings are auctions of work i like to throw out there
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Donate to my beer fund and get a letter, from me, telling you what my big plans are when I am getting a buzz from the beer,
this is NOT bar money, but just beer. the letter will be a thank you and some random buzzed sketch , you can ebay down the line for maybe what you donate,. millions have donated and been happy! cause they know they have help fueled me as an artist to Victory or my grave, cheers

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Red mud Really crossed the line on this one!

I'VE BEEN TROOOOLLLLLED!!!, LOOK AT THIS VIDEO AND WATCH Fat Fuck REDmud  try and tell this drunken lady in some random bar in Athens GA Mandy how much a creep i am  and how he Fucked me over ! she is agreeing with my side and that is makeing that soulless REd mud Folk artist Chandler mad! thank you Mandy for trying to argue with this psycho!  your going to be a new character in my lovely ladys on Ebay God Bless you

Monday, August 18, 2014

Margarita Time! funtime nighttime skinny dippers===sold====

50 bucks! in auction it looks good, # 2 in my personal campain to trash up ebay folk section painting

Saturday, August 16, 2014

this new nudes, sumer of sexyness for my crusade on ebay's crapy crafters

Well  for the rest of the year at least untill halloween , i am going to be reposting these like nude plus size women paintings older party chick out  by the pool,. the bodies are based of off one liners chatterbate and other crap i come up with. its sumer and its hot,!   i have one up on ebay ,, there is no way this one will sell,  for starters its over 45 bucks, and its crude, . 

It reminds me of a bookstore ebay does its so massive , there was a book store in a maul i would go to and somebody would always grab a nudie mag and rip the plastic bag to look at it and be in the  back of the book store,  and then set the mag some where in  the bookstore, , i think this kinda art serves this in the ebay folk section like someone is looking for something cute then bamb!  i think i am going to amass a massive army of this kinda work and just keep relisting them to flood the listings, they won't sell they are over 40 bucks i might make a graph about that,.  it will be my personal campain against cuteness on ebay!
and believe me i have it in me for this summer.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Gamecock on hog,--- 250.00,, email gzupp@hotmail.com

studio door, this painting is up on ebay now go to ebay link
for 30 days or so buy now

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Write up on Houston press , blog, hummm not bad!

"The Beat'n Trail" Exhibit Contains Some Powerful Work, As Well As Pieces by Chicken George That Will Make You Smile

Categories: Visual Arts

Photo courtesy of Marc Newsome
A giant wooden necklace by Katie Pell
It's wonderful to enter a gallery and be struck immediately by a powerful work, and to exit a half hour later with a smile on one's lips. Such was my experience with an exhibition of Texas artists titled "The Beat'n Trail", at the Alliance Gallery. The Gallery is part of the not-for-profit Houston Arts Alliance, described as the leading force for the arts in Houston. The striking visual, a sculpture, is by Katie Pell, and is titled Charming Are Your Unformed Wishes. It is a number of large wooden links, some curled on the floor, with interlocking links rising to the ceiling, to be continued even there. It was inspired by a family heirloom, a locket, and it gains enormously by its size.
The wood is warm, making the links an ornament instead of a chain, and its immensity suggests a generosity of spirit, a dedication to the hard work of construction, and a rich and expansive personality. There is a companion piece, charcoal on paper, that is a sketch of the chain.

Photo courtesy of Marc Newsome
This chimp is a continuing theme for artist George Zupp
George Zupp is widely known in his home town of San Marcos as Chicken George, and in fact he signs his art that way. Each of the numerous fence posts around his studio has a carved chicken at its top. By now you must have guessed that Zupp has a rich sense of humor - he has - and the humor fortunately is carried through into his art. Zupp has a large wooden sculpture, perhaps 2/3 life size, of a man in a casket, rough-hewn, like life, and open at the top to show his zombie-like face. It is also open below the waist, to permit a large wooden column to protrude upward, unrealistically large, with a hatchet buried in its top.The work is titled "The Last Woody" - Zupp is not one of those artists who shower you with "Untitled" names, and is not above giving you a clue to help with interpretation.
Zupp has the talent to amuse, but this work is more than jocular. It has a primitive strength, similar to folk art, and its size invites the viewer to become involved with it. It is not pornographic, or even prurient, but instead is highly daring and original, two admirable traits.
Zupp has created a continuing character, a chimp, and has a portrait of him here, titled "Jolly Chimp", though the lettering over its head reads "Fail". The chimp seems to be holding clashing cymbals, and has a wide-eyed air of rapt attention, as though trying to figure out a concept beyond its capacity to grasp. I know this feeling, as I saw the exhibition just a few days ago, and, while viewing Zupp on Facebook, discovered that curator Tommy Gregory had, unknown to me, videotaped me observing Zupp's work, and posted the video. It's a strange and wonderful world, filled with surprises.
While not shown here, Zupp has a companion piece of the chimp with the overhead lettering spelling "Winning", even though the chimp's ears and mouth are overstuffed with firecrackers. Zupp has several other works here as well - all are priced modestly. I liked "Wife Takes Her Drunk Husband Home", with the wife driving a goat cart.
Kenny Lantz is showing two works, "Searching" and "Fans", sculptures that combine old and new materials. Steve Neves works with graphite on mylar; his "Still the Same" has echoes of Alice in Wonderland, while his 'Have I Lost My Way: Minotaur" references the mythological monster on the island of Crete.
Other artists showing are Vachu Chilakamarri, who paints large abstracts with overtones of Indian art, and Meredith "Butch" Jack, who works in interesting ways with cast iron.

The Beat'n Trail continues through August 29, Houston Art Alliance Gallery, 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite 125, open Wednesday to Friday, 3:30 p.m., to 5:00 p.m., 713-581-6120, houstonartsalliance.com

Jolly Chimp Winning, for 99 bucks WTF! auction