I do a lot of non-ironic portraits of Gianna Michaels.
This is based off a beloved work that I did for my "Girls & Guns" series. It is rubylith, amberlith, glass, and tape. I used to do hand color seperation back in the 80s for t-shirts ...before computers did art. These techniques are dead this side of the shilloette guy at Disneyland.
Gianna Michaels was born in Seattle, WA, in 1983. Her first job was at a fast-food restaurant. In 2001 she was dating a guy who was from Southern California, so they moved there. She got a job as an office receptionist. There wasn't much money in that, so she got into nude modeling and from there moved to porn films. She has made over 200 adult films.
This little lady was from Jame Jean's Instagram. Why are you not following James Jean on Instagram? While you are there, follow me too! @DrPunchman
"So anyway I'd be rubbing your big boobs and getting your nipples really hard, kinda' kissing your neck from behind...and then I would take the other hand with the falafel thing and I'd just put it on your pussy but you'd have to do it really light, just kind of a tease business..." --as quoted in a sexual harassment suit filed against him by a Fox News producer, 2004
"...kind of a tease business..."
"What part of Africa did this come from? We are not Africans. Those people are not Africans; they don't know a thing about Africa. With names like Shaniqua, Taliqua and Mohammed and all of that crap, and all of them are in jail."
Gianna Michaels is an American adult actress. She has an estimated net worth of $2.7 million. Let that dance around in your head for another minute or so.
I've drawn/painted/arted(?) her a few times. I'm not looking for her when I look for people to ...art(?). I just spin the google wheel and it comes up "Gianna". I guess she is just that popular. Good for her, and (I guess) the internet.
"This fight is not about personalities. Look, most Americans could not give a flying flip about a bunch of politicians in Washington. Who cares? You know, almost all of us are in cheap suits with bad haircuts. Who cares?"
This painting looks so meaty.
"If God would have wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates."
I like Jay Leno. Years ago he always tried to talk to me, I don't know who he thought I was, I would just run and hide from him.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger
Illinois 2013 District 16
Thirty-five-year-old Kinzinger replaced Democrat Debbie Halvorson in the 11th district of Illinois in November of 2010. After redistricting, Kinzinger ran in the newly redrawn 16th congressional district, where he defeated Democrat Wanda Rohl.
Rep. Charlie Dent
Pennsylvania 2013 District 15
Dent has represented Pennsylvania’s 15th congressional district, comprising suburbs east of Harrisburg and Allentown along the New Jersey border, since 2005.
Rep. Darrell Issa
California 2013 District 49
Issa -- the second-richest member of congress -- has served as the representative for California's 49th congressional district since 2001. The district, which covers the northern coastal areas of San Diego County as well as a small southern portion of Orange County, has voted largely in favor of Republican representatives on local and national levels for more than the last decade -- although Democrats Lynn Schenk and Susan Davis were able to break into the House seat in 1993 and 2001, respectively.
Rep. Dave Camp
Michigan 2013 District 4
Camp, who is chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means, has represented Michigan’s fourth congressional district since 1993. A consistently red bloc that covers Michigan’s central lower peninsula, the district has voted largely in favor of Republican representatives for decades.
Rep. Dennis Ross
Florida 2013 District 15
Although Ross has only served as a House Republican since 2011, his constituents may be ready for change. Formerly the 12th and reassigned in 2013 as Florida’s 15th, Ross’s right-leaning district encompasses the northern parts of Hillsborough County and Polk County, including many of Tampa’s eastern suburbs.
Rep. Edward Royce
California 2013 District 39
Royce has represented California's 39th congressional district, and previously the 40th, since 1993. The district covers northern Orange County, including parts of Fullerton, Brea, Buena Park, Anaheim Hills, Placentia, Yorba Linda, Diamond Bar, Chino Hills, Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights. In 2013, Royce became the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Five of the six last representatives for California's 39th district have been Republicans.
Rep. Frank LoBiondo
New Jersey 2013 District 2
Since 1995, Rep. LoBiondo has represented New Jersey’s largest congressional district, at the southern end of the state. LoBiondio’s left-leaning district includes all of Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem Counties and parts of Camden, Gloucester, Burlington and Ocean Counties.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon
alifornia 2013 District 25
McKeon represents California's conservative 25th congressional district, which covers parts of Los Angeles County and Ventura County, including Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster and the northern part of the San Fernando Valley. McKeon has served as the 25th district’s representative since 1993.
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Florida 2013 District 27
As the most senior Republican woman in the U.S. House and the first Hispanic woman elected to congress, Rep. Ros-Lehtinen has represented the newly designated 27th district of Florida since January of 2013, after serving the 18th district for 24 years.
Despite the current national impulse to replace obstructionist House Republicans, Ros-Lehtinen’s more centrist record may make replacing her tougher to beat than the average career Republican.
Rep. John L. Mica
Florida 2013 District 7
Mica has represented Florida’s seventh congressional district since 1993. In recent years, a population increase in has boosted the region’s economy, pushing economic stability to the top of the local agenda -- perhaps explaining the district's current hesitation to reelect a Republican whose party has largely been blamed for the government shutdown’s costly economic consequences.
Although Republicans have won the district's presidential vote since 1992, with Romney securing 51.8 percent of votes in 2012, the district's significant proportion of independent voters may contribute to a turn toward Democrats.
Rep. Peter Roskam
Illinois 2013 District 6
Roskam has represented Illinois's sixth congressional district since 2007. He is also serving as Chief Deputy Whip in the 112th Congress. Among other areas, Illinois’s sixth district covers parts of Cook, DuPage, Lake, Kane and McHenry counties.
Democrats already hold 12 of the 18 congressional seats from Illinois. If a Democrat replaces Roskam in 2014, it will be the first time in 40 years that the region's seat is represented by a Democrat.
Rep. Randy Forbes
Virginia 2013 District 4
Chairman of the Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee on the House Armed Services Committee, Forbes has represented Virginia’s fourth district since 2001.
Mitt Romney won the district with 50.1 percent of votes in 2012. In 2008, John McCain secured 50.4 percent of the district's votes.
Rep. Robert Hurt
Virginia 2013 District 5
Hurt has represented Virginia’s fifth and largest congressional district since 2011. Although the district has consistently voted in favor of Republican presidential candidates for more than the last decade, Democrat Thomas Perriello occupied the congressional seat from 2009 to 2011.
Rep. Scott Garrett
New Jersey 2013 District 5
Representing northwestern New Jersey, Garrett has served as the fifth district’s representative since 2003.
The L-shaped district, which covers New Jersey’s rural northern and western regions, is one of the most conservative in the Northeast, consistently electing Republican lawmakers.
Rep. Scott Tipton
Colorado 2013 District 3
Colorado’s third congressional district, located in western and south-central Colorado, has been represented by Tipton since 2010, after he defeating three-term incumbent Democrat John Salazar. Tipton's relatively short stint in office has already been marred by potential ethics violations. Coupled with the district’s positive voting record toward Democratic representatives -- excluding national elections -- a general Democratic contender stands a strong chance of securing the seat in 2014.
Rep. Tom Petri
Wisconsin 2013 District 6
Tom Petri has represented Wisconsin’s sixth congressional district, located in eastern Wisconsin, since 1979, when he won the seat in a special election.
Although a Republican has occupied the congressional seat for almost 50 years, Obama was able to win the district with 49.4 percent of votes in 2008.
"I want to thank my wife for standing by me, through thick and thin. Uh, my mom's watching from heaven, I want to thank her for being willing to divorce an abusive husband."
Whats His Name?
It's diving me crazy, it's on the tip of my tongue...
Whatever, I really like this painting and I'm sad it's a one-off. The brush stroke style I've tried to repeat and can never get it quite right. I can be inspired by my own work.
“I didn’t threaten to shut down the government the last time. I don’t think we should ever shut down the government. I repeatedly voted to fund the federal government,It was Harry Reid and President Obama.” - Four months after he helped shut down the government.
"So much is at stake. It's a failure to say we've taken the leadership of the United States and the first thing we're going to do is shut down the government to the detriment of our people [and] to our security."
Work In Progress
"...And I need that in a cashiers check or a money order, doesn't matter. Actually, ah, I want it in a money order and ah, make it out to "Ice Station Zebra Associates." That's my loan out. It's totally legit... its done just for tax purposes. After that we can discuss Visa or Mastercard, but definitely not American Express, so don't even ask, alright? Any questions?"
Mike Ehrmantrauth2>Work In Progress
"We had a good thing, you stupid son of a bitch! We had Fring. We had a lab. We had everything we needed, and it all ran like clockwork. You could've shut your mouth, cooked and made as much money as you ever needed. It was perfect. But, no, you just had to blow it up. You and your pride and your ego! You just had to be the man. If you'd done your job, known your place, we'd all be fine right now."