Adventure Island, July 12-14, Red Lion at the Quay

Tiki Objects by Bosko

Tiki Kon is proud to present Bosko Hrnjak as a featured vendor and special guest seminar presenter. Check our Schedule for time and location of Bosko's presentation.

Bosko Hrnjak was born in Los Angeles 1963 and raised in Southern California's San Gabriel valley amongst its mid-century splendor. He received a B.F.A. in 1988 from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.  Bosko is best known for his Polynesian inspired sculptures, ceramics and design work.  Bosko became the first to bring back the lost art of Tiki carving and producing ceramic Tiki mugs, eventually designing the first new Tiki bar in the U.S. in over 30 years, Taboo Cove at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas. Tiki Modern author Sven Kirsten calls Bosko “The Pioneer of the Tiki Revival.”

Bosko's acclaimed artistic works include paintings, photography, three dimensional assemblages, musical concepts and a modern wood art line inspired by the legendary Witco Company.  See , some of Bosko's fine art work can be seen at .

Bosko’s art work has been exhibited at:  La Luz De Jesus, Track 16, Outré gallery, Tamara Bane, Roc La Rue, Huntington Beach Art Center, Copro Nason gallery, M-Modern gallery, Minna gallery, M-1 gallery, Beyond Baroque, Rita Dean gallery, Harold Golen Gallery, M-Modern  and many others throughout the world.

Bosko and his work have been featured in numerous books, newspaper and magazine articles - New York Times, U.S News and World report, Mono (Japan) and many more - radio and television interviews, documentaries and short films. 

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