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  • Bongo Cat
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    Brad Parker

    Bongo Cat

    $ 1,290.00

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    Brad Parker

    Bongo Cat

    $ 1,290.00

    Size: 22"x30"

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  • Diga Diga Doo
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    Brad Parker

    Diga Diga Doo

    $ 795.00

    Size: 18"x24"

    Much of my art is inspired by music. "Diga Diga Doo" is named after an amazing piece of  "exotica-music" that started as a "swing" tune from a 1928 Broadway musical. It was re-recorded by the legendary exotica composer Martin Denny in 1961.

    Exotica music was "Hawaiiana-music" popular in mid-century America. Its goal was to take the listener on an audio trip, often complete with sound effects like bird calls, to an "exotic" land, very far away from the very conservative work-a-day-world.

    Denny's exotica "Diga Diga Doo" is a near perfect audio embodiment of what I am seeking to represent with my Tiki-Art. The painting is also the answer to the exotic-question; "What would a living Tiki-Mug look like"?  

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  • Red Tiki Lounge
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    Brad Parker

    Red Tiki Lounge

    $ 1,195.00

    Size: 24"x30"

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  • Exotic Traveler
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    Brad Parker

    Exotic Traveler

    $ 1,195.00

    Size: 24"x30"

    The Exotic Traveler was painted for a specific reason, I was asked to paint something for the cover of "Tiki Magazine". This was a very big deal for me! I wanted to show a classic looking Tiki. I wanted it to vein a very classic "Hawaiianna" setting a beautiful night scene of a secluded beach, a perfect wave, with a small enchanted tiki hut on a beach in the background. I carefully placed in exotic orchids to frame the foreground.

    Then, I wanted a touch of the fantastic; I wanted to show something about local superstitions we have on the big Island of Hawaii about spirit-balls glowing in the jungle. A few dance around the hut, then one rises up out of the sand right in front of the TIKI. What is it? Good question! As the title suggests maybe it's a visitor from far away enjoying the beauty of Hawaii, an inter-dimensional tourist? Maybe a dear departed loved on watching over family? Or maybe just a trick of the light and the glowing lights you sometimes see in the jungle at night are nothing at all. These questions are best answered by the viewer.  

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  • Beyond the Reef
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    Brad Parker

    Beyond the Reef

    36"x24"

    $ 1,495.00

  • The Magician
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    Brad Parker

    The Magician

    $ 1,195.00

    Size: 24"x30"

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  • Cat O' Nine Cocktails
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    Brad Parker

    Cat O' Nine Cocktails

    $ 1,195.00

    Size: 24"x30"

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  • Dracula Drinks a Mai Tai
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    Brad Parker

    Dracula Drinks a Mai Tai

    $ 650.00

    Size: 16"x20"

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  • Faster Than Disaster
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    Brad Parker

    Faster Than Disaster

    $ 1,195.00

    Size: 24"x30"

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