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Battle of The Cranium

Paul Kempe now Showing at the GDCA Gallery, S. Spring St. Downtown Los Angeles

Left: Battle of The Cranium, Rigth: Dancing Out of Africa (though that name has been changed more than once) by Los Angeles based artist / motivational speaker Paul Kempe. live no scrimmage

Promises

Keeping a promise or not defines us. Our word is gold, if we want to be taken serious in this world, we must treat our words as such. Each time we brake a promise, or fail to meet an obligation we whittle away at our own self worth.

Trust is the most valuable asset that a man has to offer anyone. More than money, and even love, for without trust there is none. Our ability to keep a promise dictates how far we go in life, trust dictates the quality of our lives. This might sound severe and harsh, and make life harder than one might want it to be, and to this I say to each his own. I’m fifty eight years of age so there are a few things I have experience with and honesty is one of them, both the pitfalls and the joy of it.

The Bull Wins

paul kempe art  "The Bull Wins" 48 x 60 inch oil on canvas 2005
The Bull Wins 48 x 60 inch oil on canvas 2005 by paul kempe

I always wish the bull wins, but he seldom does

Modern Transportation

Paul Kempe art "Modern Transportation"
“Modern Transportation” 60 x 72 inch acrylic on canvas 2005 by Paul Kempe

Float

Disobey

paul kempe art Dis Obey
Dis Obey 19 x 24 inch pencil on bristol board 2010 by Paul Kempe

Modern Day Saint

paul kempe art "A Modern Day Saint"
Modern Day Saint 22 x 30 inch mixed media on Bristol Board 2010 by Paul Kempe

After Party Disposables

paul kempe art After Party Disposables
After Party Disposables 17 x 14 inch mixed media on Bristol board 2008 by Paul Kempe

No I don’t hate or dislike women, in fact I’m most fond of women. I’m also sympathetic cuz men (including myself) are nasty beasts, and this idea pains me constantly. What’s worse is that I feel men can’t help themselves. It’s the curse of the penis. 

Wash and Dry

paul kempe art "wash and dry bitches"
Wash and Dry 17 x 14 inch Pen on Bristol Board 2008 by Paul Kempe

The Day Michael Jackson Died

paul kempe art "The Day Michael Jackson Died"
The Day Michael Jackson Died 24 x 19 inch mixed media on Bristol board by Paul Kempe

Lenny: From Mice and Men

paul kempe art "Lenny: from Mice and Men, the book by John Steinbeck
Lenny: From Mice and Men 24 x 19 inch mixed media on bristol board 2010 by Paul Kempe

Inspired by the book “mice and men” by John Steinbeck”

The Unborn Child: Live and Vivacious

paul kempe art "The Unborn Child"
The Unborn Child 60 x 72 inch acrylic on canvas 2006 by paul kempe

“The Unborn Child” by Paul Kempe shows the child alive and vivacious in the womb

The Notorious Glove: If The Glove Don’t Fit …

paul kempe art "The Notorious Glove" is the glove don't fit you have to acquit
The Notorious Glove 9 x 12 inch mixed media on Bristol Board 2006 by Paul Kempe

If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit. I could have made that glove fit perfectly. OJ did it.

Kobe Bryant: The Big Dog

paul kempe art "Kobe Bryant: The Big Dog"
Kobe Bryant: The Big Dog 60″ by 72″ mixed media on canvas 2004 by Paul Kempe

Kobe Bryant split the girl in two … lol , then she cried rape, cuz she felt humiliated. She had a good time while it lasted though. If the incident even took place at all. All I know is this painting is how I saw it. 

Human History: From Africa to The Cosmos

Paul Kempe Art, Human History: Out of Africa to The Cosmos
“Human History: From Africa to The Cosmos” 60 x 84 inch mixed media on canvas 2018 by Paul Kempe

The Seed

Paul Kempe Art the Seed
The Seed 60 x 48 inch mixed media on canvas by 2018 Paul kempe

Georgies Dream House

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Georgie’s Dream House 16 x 20 inch acrylic on canvass 2006 by Paul Kempe

Troubled Man

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“Troubled Man 1” 20 x 24 inch mixed media on canvas 2007 by paul kempe
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Troubled Man 2 20 x 24 inch mixed media canvas 2007 by paul kempe
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“Troubled Man 3” 20 x 24 inch mixed media canvas 2007 by paul kempe

Life and it’s ups and downs. Life is a fight. You gotta love the fight in order to enjoy life.