Chad LaBombarde Collection

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Let’s start this adventure off with some ELECTRIC CHICKEN!!!

 

Electric Chicken
by Brad Hamlin .artwork Chad LaBombarde

The half-bottomed moon hung in the sky like a lemon-slice smile. Just looking up at that giant grin could give the least among them hope, and in this case, it was the chickens. Bob (or whatever name you want to call the hero) walked forward, claws scratching a path of determination as he approached the electric fence.

Many chickens had tried the fence. Pecking, kicking, even screaming at that damn thing, but nobody had ever gotten through, or over the top … alive. However, if beaks could stretch, perhaps you would see Bob smiling, too, like that good big moon.

Bob was small, even for a chicken. He wouldn’t make much of a bucket for General Blunder’s franchise, but how he hated that the other chickens called him “Chicken.” Maybe he’d be a good rooster someday. Maybe he’d sound the alarm when the sun shinned down on the electric jail. Maybe he could get a good hen, and howl until the butcher’s blade came calling, but now all he had was the moon above and the fence in front of himself and a desire for freedom.

No one knew why there was no top to the cage. Maybe they thought no chicken could soar to those heights, and metal made a wild crackling sound as another chicken suddenly met a pre-fried death.

Bob gulped. The moon above smiled. His claws moved forward.

A fat rooster watched his progress. “Look there, lil’ Bobby’s makin’ like he gonna break out! Go on, Chicken! Fry your feathers!”

Another wild crackling sound lit up the night and a rooster fluttered back with singed wings.

Bob moved forward and tentatively poked at the fence with the tip of a plume. He could feel the shock reverberate throughout his body. If he were a hen, he thought he might lay an egg.

The fat chickens laughed. The skinny chickens laughed.

“There’s gotta be a way,” he said. “We can’t just wait for Sunday dinner. We just can’t wait TO BE dinner.”

Chicken Bob looked up at the moon. The giant God of it really did seem to smile back down upon this one chicken.

And a thought entered his head: “I’ve got wings. I could try to get airborne and glide over the top …”

He looked up the length of the fence. So high. Others had tried. All fell to earth. Dead chickens.

Yet Bob was a small chicken and there was a nice breeze picking up from the south. He flapped his wings as the other chickens laughed.

He fluttered up …

“I, I’m going to make it!”

And he fell back to Earth.

He tried again – while the other chickens laughed.

He made it a little higher, but this time fell against the fence.

The sound of the electricity frying feathers is something all the chickens had gone to nest with their nightmares each night.

Bob’s claws caught the fence as the electricity lanced throughout his legs, thighs, breast, and wings.

He wasn’t far from the top, but he couldn’t move his claws. His eyes were fixed on that moon above. He couldn’t stop looking at it, and it would be the last thing he would ever see – if he didn’t let go of that fence.

As Chicken Bob stared … a strange comet passed by the great moon’s smile … The glowing rock looked as if something spit out from the giant mouth in the heavens.

The farm, for a moment glowed in its eerie light, and Chicken Bob … started to climb that fence. If fact, the more he moved up its electrical web, the stronger he felt. He absorbed its energy until he reached the top … and simply fell over to the other side.

The chickens had stopped laughing. “He … he did it!”

“Yeah, but look at ‘im! Deader than yesterday’s omelet.”

“No, wait, look now!”

As the other chickens watched … Chicken Bob started to grow. You could see sparkling electric neon power surging throughout his body, his eyes shinning with the power of

something new to this world.

“Wow …” said Chicken Bob. “I’m a frickin’ Super Chicken! I’m gonna need a super name, a rooster rollin’ hot-rod, a finger lickin’ good hen to sow me a costume, and oh, you bad chicks better beware! There’s a new bird in town, and he just flew the coop!”

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on display at The Anvil Inn
Fort Edward NY  “Road to Fort Edward”

24x36 acrylic on canvas

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Space Painting
Spray Paint

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“Blessed Art Thou Amoungst Women”
acrylic on canvas 16x20

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EP art for Chloe Boleti
acrylic on bristol paper 9x11

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Fester Faceplant

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Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

Me painting the guitarist from NIDUS

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Chad M LaBombarde's portrait.
“Affinity”
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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“Saratoga”
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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“Wakonda”
24x36 acrylic on canvas

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“Face of God meets the Earth”
12x24 acrylic on wood

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“Kingsury”
12x24 acrylic on canvas

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Commission piece Sold
acrylic on canvas 24x36

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“Paths”
acrylic on canvas 16x20

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“Abbie”
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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“Libisey Wood”
18x24 acrylic on canvas

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“Home base”
24x36 acrylic on canvas

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Design for a Spanish Film company
acrylic on bristol 9x11

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I designed a Production logo for “Joker Production” a Spanish Film company. You can see my 3 legged camera person in the bottom left hand corner of the poster

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My paintings

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Comission piece I did
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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“Picking Up Steam”
acrylic on bristol paper
9x11

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another steam power painting
9x11 acrylic on bristol

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Steam Power
9x11 acrylic bristol paper

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Steam Powered Walking Stick
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Steam Powered Turtle
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Zero Percent Magazine Art
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper
Published

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Hopper
Pencil

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Hopper
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Steam Powered Frog
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Published on cover of Zero Percent Magazine #3

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Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

Cover of Zero Percent #2

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Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

“Sanctuary”
acrylic on canvas
16x20

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EP artwork for Chloe Boleti
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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“Resting Chair”
16x20 acrylic on canvas
History is filled with horror. Isn’t it nice to learn about the good parts. A stone chair was placed on the land o white New Yorkers, to signal fleeing slaves from the south. This stone chair is in Kingsbury NY. Part of the Underground railroad.

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The Artist Den . net and Globe Concert. com
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Steam Flight
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Website banner
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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BIRDOX 9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

 

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Brunell Boys
9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Cover art for Charlton Pulp
D.N.P. 9x11 acrylic on bristol paper

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Radio ad for globeconcert.com
acrylic on bristol paper

Young Eagle

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Chad M LaBombarde's portrait.

Chad LaBombarde's portrait.
Winter
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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Wacko Comics
acrylic on bristol paper

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SOLD Comission
Day of the Dead #1
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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Day of the Dead #2
16x20 acrylic on canvas

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The No Show
8x10 water color

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No idea why I drew this?
but I did…
ink on paper

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Trevett Feather
8x15 acrylic on canvas

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LaBombarde Feather
8x15 acrylic on canvas

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Birdox Comic Pencil

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C3PO’s Greata Grand Mother OU812
water color

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Mort and Fester back in the VEX days..
ink on paper
Birdox pencil

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Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

 

 

 

Artwork for the Band Last Daze

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Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

Chad LaBombarde's portrait.

Last Daze's portrait.

Barong is a lion-like creature and character in the mythology of Bali, Indonesia. He is the king of the spirits, leader of the hosts of good, and enemy of Rangda, the demon queen and mother of all spirit guarders in the mythological traditions of Bali. The battle between Barong and Rangda is featured in Barong dance to represent the eternal battle between good and evil.

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Putnam Pond
24x36 acrylic on canvas

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Me with my little sisters

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