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Here are just some of Smokey's many color works using varied media such as acrilic, oil, pastel and water color.
21 x 29 in, Marker and Gouache on ripped brown paper, 1979 Unframed: $900 Though the piece may appear damaged due to ripping, this was the artist's intended presentation. Smokey dives deep into his inner victim and deals with the concept of guilt and sacrifice. A powerful piece with limited imagery, Sacrificial Victim creates a sense of isolation that all victims feel.
4 x 5 in, Gouache on paper Let's kick down the door for POPCORN!
47 x 29 1/4 in, Pastel on Brown Corrugated Paper, undated Unframed: $1000 Naked and unafraid.
Blondie and Pointy Head
24 x 29 3/4 in, Acrylic on canvas, 1993 $750 Blondie and Pointy Head were having a tete-a-tete when his head got squished into a cone.
Jeremy the Writer
23 1/2 x 22 1/4 in, Pastel on Brown Paper, 1980 Unframed: $950
Acrylic on Chinese paper The balladeer sings to his sweetheart, though she's far away.
20 1/8 x 24 in, Marker and Gouache on brown paper, 1981 Original title: "Ma and Pa" renamed by artist Unframed: $850 Mama and Papa and their dog, don't forget them in the new world.
23 7/8 x 19 1/4, Gouache on Brown Paper, 1980 Unframed: $875 Alfred, the face of a madman!
20 3/4 x 16 1/2, Ink and Pastel on Brown Paper, 1978 Originally titled: "Joe the Hairy" renamed by the artist Unframed: $1000 Joe couldn't help himself, he just kept growing hair.
Jose the Hipster Plumber
24 1/4 x 20 in, Marker and Pastel on brown paper, 1980 Originally titled: "Jose the Hip Plumber Contemplates Time" renamed by the artist Unframed: $1000 He's ironically contemplating time as the water goes down the drain.
21 1/2 x 23 7/8 in, Gouache on brown paper, 1979 Unframed: $850 Gertrude went to Paris and decided she was French.
Adam and Eve
24 x 38 1/2 in, Gouache on Brown Paper, 1979 Unframed: $1200 The original denizens of the Garden of Eden.
At the Carnival
22 x 27 3/4 in, Acrylic on canvas, 1995 $500 Everybody having a good time?
Cowboy on Horse
58 x 55 in, Pastel on brown paper, 1979 Unframed: $5000 Cowboy Cal and his horse Harry!
19 3/4 x 24 1/4 in, Marker and Pastel on Brown paper, 1980 Unframed: $1000 A glass of wine a loaf of bread, and pretty soon we'll be fat, drunk and in trouble.
Dr. Schmeckel and Mr. Snide
Acrylic on wood Dr. Schmeckel's secret formula awakes the beast in Mr. Snide.
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