A few things from Parts ALLknowning…

“The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing and becomes nothing. He may avoid suffering and sorrow, but he simply cannot learn and feel and grow and love and live.”Buscaglia

Hello, everyone. Thinking positive that all is super in your lives. If not, look in the mirror. Both the problem and solution can be found there.

Several of you have asked about the Ultimate Warrior Figure Portrait I mentioned I was going to do. Here are some pics. (Small images are linked to larger ones in their own browser windows.) It’s coming along super. True to my Warrior style: Oil. Knife. Thick. Bold. Intense. I spare nothing when I paint. I use gobs and chunks of sticky, gooey oil paint. I use only a knife to put it on. I use force and energy and creativity when I apply it. I give all I have and leave all I have to give on the canvas.

I’ve got some other commission stuff going on right now and the Annual Santa Fe Indian Market is coming up in a week and half, so I’ve been busy in the studio. I wanted to get this UW Figure Portrait to a certain stage before I posted any pics. It’s already one-of-a-kind awesome and will really be killer once complete and refined.

As I previously told you, I ‘m doing this Ultimate Warrior work on a 24×36 canvas and then will decide whether to do a larger work, 42 x 72, something like that, something near life-size.

About this piece…I’ve come up with an idea. Since it is my first Ultimate Warrior Figure Portrait and there was much encouragement from you that I undertake one, and much interest since knowing I was, I’m going to set a pre-finished price to it, like how sculptors do precast sales where you can get in at 50% off the finished piece price. The first person to offer and pay $1900 ($75 s/h) gets it. After I complete it, the finished price will be $3800. Send me an email if you want it. First come, first serve. As you can already tell from the pics, it’s going to be really something else when it is done — and it is my very first UW work, so It will definitely be a collector’s piece. If you have concerns about the face not being done yet, let me tell you I always do the face last on all my figurative work and I’ve never failed to bring out the soul of the person. Surely, I won’t fail on the unique one I created.

By the way, I am available to do commissions on other works, either Ultimate Warrior images you want (close up or action shots) or personal portraits which I enjoy and have already completed several commissioned works.

Be back later with some other updates and comments…

Your Founding Father of Ring Intensity,

Always Believe,


4 Responses to “A few things from Parts ALLknowning…”
  1. Chuck Walker says:

    Hey Warrior!I am so glad to see you into art!In a previous comment, I posted that I too am into art!I don’t know if you read my previous comment or not,but you taught me intensity and it’s in my soul!I can’t wait to see you in heaven brother!Much peace & love, The Ultimate Holy Crystal Crusader.

  2. Chuck Walker says:

    Sorry Warrior!I forgot to mention that you are ultimate talented!Peace & love,The Ultimate Holy Crystal Crusader.

  3. Ronald Lee says:

    If given the chance, what would you say to your childhood hero? Thank you comes to mind, so, Thank You. I followed your story in the, now, WWE up until wrestlemania 8, at which point I grew out of pro wrestling, but not without taking a piece of it with me. I remember your drive and intensity and realize the great role model you are. Over the years Ive heard the rumors from news and friends about you and what ever happened to the Ultimate Warrior, rumors are all i got for answers until recently. Not too long ago my curiosity got the best of me when I stumbled upon a WWE production called “The Self Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior”. Having always wondered about my childhood HERO I thought Id check it out. It was more like a bashing in my opinion, that made the corporation, in my eyes, very juvenile. The WWE hasnt changed one bit. Im very glad to see all the rumors were untrue and that your intensity still lives on. In an industry of theatrics, perhaps you were weeded out because you represented what was real in the world. I know this because just today I came across this web site and found that same voice I heard when I was 7 years old, the same power and motivation that I find has made me, in part, what I am today. So, I guess I just wanted to say thank you for the memories, and thank you for being real. In terms of accomplishing what you set your mind to and standing on your own two feet, proudly, you continue to be an inspiration to us all. Im sorry for posting in this blog, Im not computer savy. Though I would love to purchase your painting, its not affordable for me. Again, thank you Warrior.

    Always Believing,
    Ronald Lee

  4. Not too sure how I came across this blog but glad I did discover it. Think I was searching for something else on google. Not sure I agree 100% with what you say, but have bookmaked and will pop back to go through to see if you add any extra posts. Keep up the good work.

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