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BLACK STAR SAPPHIRE

OWNER JACK ARMSTRONG

COSMIC HARLEY DAVIDSON

This magazine catalogues some 46 of the amazing 100 paintings of cosmic artist and art rebel Jack Armstrong whom I’ve

known for 12 years. Jack now in his sixties and in declining health is still flamboyant, out spoken and even arrogant at

times. However, underneath this mask, he is a very caring and sensitive man with a deep passion for the millions of

forgotten artists who could never break through the wall of the “art cartel,” his name for the major art galleries and

auction houses. These establishments alone decide who is to be or not to be the celebrated and wealthiest artists. Jack

has shown another way with his new style of modern art, “Cosmic Extensionalism” and self-promotion, making it possible

for an artist to jump the wall. With help from Star Global International he launched the Million Dollar Cosmic Harley

in 2010. It is the most famous and expensive motorcycle in the world. He has never participated in an auction, yet he

has made direct high-value sales to very wealthy buyers.

As a young boy on a visit to the Smithsonian Museum with his mother, Jack was fixated by a unique and precious stone,

a 733-carat sapphire, the Black Star Sapphire of Queensland. He promised his mother that one day he would buy the

stone and he did. The stone spoke to him and told him he would be a famous artist and to paint exactly 100 paintings

and never another. As a young model and artist in the 1980s in New York, Jack ran with such iconic artists as Andy

Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. Indeed, Andy Warhol gave him the name “The Last Wizard.” I

developed the concept of the Million Dollar Harley as a branding tool similar to Warhol’s soup can. My aim was to

connect with a larger and more current generation and this rocketed Jack to super star status. The Cosmic Harley and

artist even reached the cover of the Pakistani Times. They are now well entrenched in the psyche of many people and

currently 2 books have chapters talking about the Cosmic Harley. Any researcher will see numerous articles in

newspapers, magazines, internet, and on radio & TV. While not quite as famous as his uncle, astronaut Neil Armstrong,

Jack is the subject of “The Last Wizard” a movie, staring Damian Chapa and Eric Roberts, being made soon about his life.

Damian was introduced in the 1980s to Jack at a Warhol Party by Details Magazine’s brilliant writer Stephan Saban.

With only 100 paintings in the entire world these colorful, multilayered, acrylic on canvas paintings, are held closely by

savvy collectors who bought directly from the artist himself or through Star Global International. The art has Jack’s

finger prints, thumb prints, hand prints, and DNA in all of the 100 paintings - a process cleverly devised by the artist to

thwart forgeries. However, Star Global is keeping track and can authenticate all of the paintings. Twenty-five paintings

are destined to form the basis of a museum which the artist will open soon. He aims to help other talented artists

showcase their talents. This means only 75 paintings can ever be available for sale.

About 80 of Jack’s paintings are 24” x 36” before framing and are multi-layered and amazingly vibrant. Starting prices

are currently from $1,950,000 rising steeply to $10,000,000. Two paintings, 36” x 48”, are valued at $4,9500,00 each

and one piece de resistance, “Cosmic Starship Arrival”, 48” x 60”, recently valued at $6,500,000. Alice Walton WalMart

billionaire and owner of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, architect Narendra Patel, French superstar Michel

Polnareff, Donny York of iconic pop group Sha Na Na, and Eric Roberts are listed among his famous collectors.

Very recently a 4-page in-depth interview with Jack appeared in Art & Museum. This was submitted by Derek Culley, the

artist who discovered Damien Hirst. The magazine is part of The Family Office Elite Magazine which goes to high net

worth individuals usually with assets around $100 + million dollars. Jack’s paintings are destined to be virtually priceless

and a renowned art valuation expert told Star Global that the “sky is the limit” since there are only 100 paintings.

It is most unlikely that any of these paintings will find their way to market soon as most current owners are certain that

the contemporary art market is expanding. Owning an Armstrong is a combination of something exclusive and of

beauty to brag about. It’s also about possessing portable wealth. Jack’s story and art are uniquely based on his

ownership of the Black Star Sapphire of Queensland which he and many believe has magical powers of good fortune!

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Nino barrette is an art dealer, critic and lecturer

with over 20 years of experience curating

international exhibits and museum collections.

The art of Jack Armstrong is fascinating to many and the question commonly asked of all pure abstract

expressionist painters is “what makes this special?”

Well of course, the response to that question is complicated and different for everyone as art is subjective so

there is no right or wrong answer when interpreting the artists’ work.

Jack Armstrong’s “Cosmic Extensionalism” is a new step forward in the evolution of art forms and it is often

compared to the style that many associate with Jackson Pollock or his peers of the day. Is that a fair

comparison?

In my opinion, the two artists share a commonality in that they both are very deliberate in their technique

with nothing random or accidental occurring in their paintings. Furthermore, the works have a rhythmic dance

of intertwining paint and they share an audacity and boldness to break new ground separating themselves

from the masses. Accepting those similarities, one next has to recognize the significant differences between

the artists’ works to gain an understanding and appreciation of the unique art style that Jack Armstrong has

created.

Jacks “Cosmic Art” is driven by a mystical force that emanated from the “Black Sapphire of Queensland.” That

force compelled him to create a very specific number of paintings in a very specific manner. Each of the 100

works is deliberately constructed with the lines, figures and movements creating the appearance of an

accidental, non-compositional technique. The mysterious messages and words found in the lines of the

painting are purposefully and strategically placed to deliver the cosmic energy within the painting to the

viewer.

The few owners of Jack’s “Cosmic Art” have a common experience in that they all mention an indescribable

energy that seemingly vibrates from the paintings as they get near for viewings. This energy washes over them

and creates a feeling of rejuvenation and vibrancy.

With Pollack, it was likely a motivation to create artwork that separated him from the traditional style of the

day and to that end he created his signature “drip and splash” or “action painting” technique, which was very

avant-garde and revolutionized what was considered “fine art”.

Regardless of opinion on what is and what is not “art”, Jack Armstrong is an exceptionally talented artist that

has developed a unique body of work that is extremely finite and cannot be repeated or duplicated. The fact

that accredited appraisers and insurance companies value the works in the millions speaks volumes to the

current value and future speculative value of the artwork. All past fame and accolades aside, Jack’s art speaks

for itself and much like it’s brash creator… it speaks very loudly to those that can hear its message.

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I’m used to hearing older Sha Na Na

fans say “That was my era” about the early rock n’ roll

years. I’ve understood in a limited way, but now that I’m

old enough to savor my own coming of mature age and

its historical setting, the ripening of post-World War Two

American confidence and our winning the Cold War sit

more solidly as defining elements than the overly

revered Woodstock festival or the classic movie Grease,

both of which I performed in. More than cultural landmarks

like those, the defining impression I have of “my

era” has turned out to be the freewheeling exuberance

of expression that I witnessed in New York City and Los

Angeles as the century ripened. There was never a lack

of remarkable creative characters in either of the towns

where I spent most of my time.

I had bought into the hippy sandals earthiness of the 60s

completely enough to find myself repulsed by the “me

decade” garishness that came prancing in with the disco

glitter of the 70s. Yet the 1970s turned out to be the

decade for television stardom and peak earnings for me

and my rock n’ roll group ShaNaNa. It was also when

the “misery index” worsened for my countrymen so as to

bring their rejecting Jimmy Carter’s presidency and

favoring Ronald Reagan’s claim that big government was

“the problem.” Then followed the “morning in America”

1980s with their economic growth and the disintegration

of Soviet Communism, and it was evident that “the

American century” could turn out to be, despite all the

sporadic heartbreak and disorder, actually a valid

descriptive phrase. Freewheeling ambition, excess, spiritual revivalism, and controversy were so common that

we hardly took notice, and the flamboyance in the art of a young Jack Armstrong (even in the entourage of a

celebrated Andy Warhol) could go un-noticed too. It caught my notice as a compelling embodiment of the

spirit of the unfolding age that is “my era” only here in the new century.

Seems to me, what we collect in art should reflect the frivolous side of ourselves along with the more

pensive. I find both, to my surprise, in Jack Armstrong’s work. His paintings’ stunning richness of hue, before

we knew computer graphics would be able to mimic it ever in our lifetime, typified our late-cold-war-era

brashness. His casually hiding his own name in plain sight, and hiding some little-understood names of other

things in plain site- - it’s a playful permissiveness that’s just bulls-eye on that brashness. And in my painting,

titled “Tulemagic,” I find a glimpse of it that requires a gaze, again and yet again. I enjoy how it always

provokes friends’ reactions, and for my own part, I’ve even recorded a song about it.

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TULEMAGIC

“Seems to me, what we collect in

art should reflect the frivolous

side of ourselves along with the

more pensive. I find both, to my

surprise, in Jack Armstrong’s

work. His Paintings’ stunning

richness of hue, before we knew

computer graphics would be able

to mimic it ever in our lifetime,

typified our late-cold-war-era

brashness. His casually hiding his

own name in plain sight, and hiding

some little-understood names of

other things in plain sight - - it’s

a playful permissiveness that’s

just bulls-eye on that brashness.

And in my painting, titled

“Tulemagic,” I find a glimpse of it

that requires a gaze, again and

yet again. I enjoy how it always

provokes friends’ reactions and

for my own part, I even recorded

a song about it.

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The biopic about the modern cosmic artist is entitled “The Last Wizard” (A nickname given to Jack by his close

friend the world renowned artist Andy Warhol). Chapa said Details Magazine's brilliant writer Stephan Saban

introduced him to Warhol in New York during the 80’s. "It was there I also met a young up-and-coming model,

Jack Armstrong."

Jack Armstrong later became a very wealthy and controversial artist.

Chapa also stated, “When I heard of the recent tragic but compelling story of Jack Armstrong’s controversial

life, and my memories of Warhol/Armstrong in the 80’s, I began to get impassioned by the project.”

Controversial filmmaker Damian Chapa also produced 'El Padrino' in which Chapa directed Academy Award

winners Faye Dunaway, Jennifer Tilly, and Gary Busey, along with Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif. Chapa

is no stranger to biopics; Chapa is the only filmmaker in the world who has produced and directed films on the

life of Marlon Brando and Roman Polanski.

Chapa won the best director and best drama awards for "Brando Unauthorized" at the New York International

Film/Video Fest 2010. He also won the Best Production Award for his "Polanski Unauthorized" at Indy Fest.

Recently, he was nominated for two NAFCA awards for his film "The DSK Story".

In an interview, Chapa said, "Alleged felon/artist Jack Armstrong is right up my biopic alley."

Star Global International, who was the creative force behind the “Million Dollar Harley” (painted by Armstrong),

has been hired as a consultant for the movie.

Many people don’t know that Jack Armstrong was the nephew of the famous astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first

man to walk on the moon.

Chapa said, "The film will be surreal at moments surrounding the strange story of how Jack Armstrong as a child

spoke to the "Black Star of Queensland," a black, sapphire jewel that was in the Smithsonian Museum for years.

The Black Star spoke back to Jack Armstrong telling him he was going to be the most famous cosmic artist ever."

Chapa said he, "won’t shy away from the rape allegations that led to the arrest of the artist Jack Armstrong."

The production begins on November 22nd, 2016, in New York City.

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JACK OWNER OF ‘THE BLACK STAR SAPPHIRE OF QUEENSLAND’ REPUTED TO BE WORTH $100 MILLION.

LAST SEEN BY THE PUBLIC AT THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM IN 2007. THE STONE GAVE HIM BOTH THE

INSPIRATION AND ENERGY TO PAINT 100 COSMIC CANVASSES. HIS BELIEF IN THE MAGICAL POWERS OF

THIS WORLD FAMOUS 733-CARET GEMSTONE HAS MADE HIM VOW NEVER TO PAINT ANOTHER CANVAS.

THE STONE, THE STORY AND THE STARS ARE WELL ALIGNED FOR A METIORIC PRICE RISE!

JACK ARMSTRONG’S WORLD FAMOUS COSMIC HARLEY DAVIDSON - THE

MOST EXPENSIVE MOTORCYCLE IN THE WORLD ! - LAUNCHED 2010. IT

IS ON THE MARKET THIS YEAR AT $10 MILLION.

JACK ARMSTRONG’S WORLD FAMOUS COSMICSTAR CRUISER

ARTBike– LAUNCHED IN DUBAI 2014 AT $3 MILLION.

Jack Armstrong, has been

painting since he was 5

years old. After arriving in

NYC in 1979, he became

friends with Andy Warhol,

Jean-Michel Basquiat and

Keith Haring. In 1984 after

turning down a solo

exhibition with the Leo

Castelli Gallery in NYC, Mr.

Armstrong has maintained

his revolutionary antidealer

stance and has

never been represented by

a dealer.

JACK ARMSTRONG HOLDING HIS BLACK STAR SAPPHIRE, Mr. Armstrong founded

THE LARGEST STONE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD.

“Cosmic Extensionalism”

revolutionizing modern art. Armstrong’s use of extreme

color, texture and light with words magically appearing at

different angles in the paint, allow viewers to experience

universal cosmic energy, coexisting with his belief in

inter-planetary and multi-dimensional extensionalism.

Current prices and values range between $1.5M—$10M.

Alice Walton, Michel Polnareff, Narendra Patel, Donny

York, and Eric Roberts are listed amongst the wealth

owners of his work.

ANCIENT UNIVERSAL ROYAL CHILDMAGIC_COSMIC COSMIC DREAMSTAR FUTUREMAGIC 1 STAR KEY #733

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Welcome to the summer issue of

Art & Museum Magazine. This

publication is a supplement of

Family Office Magazine, the only

dedicated Family Office

publication with a readership of

over 46,000 comprising some of

the wealthiest people in the

world and their advisors. Many

have a keen interest in the arts,

some are connoisseurs and other

are investors.

Many people do not understand

the role of a Family Office.

This is traditionally a private

wealth management office that

handles the investments, governance

and legal regulation for a

wealthy family, typically those

with over £100m+ assets.

Art & Museum is distributed with Family Office Magazine and will also appear at many of the largest finance,

banking and Family Office Events around the World.

Media Kit. - www.ourmediakit.co.uk

We recently formed several strategic partnerships with organisations including The British Art Fair and

Russian Art Week.

Prior to this we have attended and covered many other international art fairs and exhibitions for our other

publications.

We are very receptive to new ideas for stories and editorials. We understand that one person’s art is

another person’s poison, and this is one of the many ideas we will explore in the upcoming issues of ‘Art &

Museum’.

www.familyofficemag.com

www.art-museum.com

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INTERVIEW WITH JACK ARMSTRONG submitted by

DEREK CULLEY printed in Family Office magazine

ART & MUSEUM summer 2017 edition. Derek Culley

discovered world famous artist ‘DAMIEN HIRST’.

by Derek Culley

Jack Armstrong has been painting since

he was five years old. After arriving in

NYC in 1979,he became friends with

Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat &

Keith Haring. In 1984, after turning

down a solo exhibition with Castelli

Gallery in NYC, Armstrong has

maintained his revolutionary anti-dealer

stance and has never been represented

by a dealer. Between 1994 & 1997;

Armstrong repurchased his early work

and destroyed all paintings, vowing to

create a new style for Modern /

Contemporary Art. The years 1900 &

2000 witnessed Armstrong founding

“cosmic Extensionalism” revolutionizing

Modern / Contemporary Art.

Armstrong’s use of extreme colour,

texture and light with words magically

appearing at different angles in the

paint, allow viewers to experience the

universal cosmic energy, coexisting with

Armstrong’s belief In inter-planetary

and multi-dimensional Extensionalism.

This is the foundation of Armstrong’s

revolutionary work. Armstrong’s total

output to date features 100 Cosmic

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Extensionalism Paintings coupled with

the most valuable motorcycle and art

bicycle in the world. Plans for 2019

include the introduction of the most

expensive art automobile in the world.

Other projects include the staging of

the “Cosmic Firebird Ballet” Dance

Concert choreographed by Valerie

Mahabio plus 3 limited edition coffee

table art books published by

Armstrong.

A & M:

How did growing up in Midwestern

United States form and inform your

ambitions and dreams?

Jack Armstrong:

Growing up in Omaha in the 1960’s

made you dream. You dreamed of

California, Paris, Rome, Sydney, New

York, London and all the Islands you

saw in travel magazines. Rio to Bali to

Asia.. The dreams took me to the most

beautiful beaches in the world and the

great cities with the finest art

museums. I dreamed to paint what

my hero Van Gogh did not have time

to achieve, in the ten year period in

which he worked. Omaha was a cattle

stockyard town on the Missouri River

with one gem of a museum named

“The Jocelyn” Museum of Art. It was a

pink granite palace that shone in the

sun, given to the city by one famous

local family that changed my life. I saw

the old west masterpieces of Charles

Russell and Frederic Remington and

the treasures of the Pharaoh “King

Tut.” But Van Gogh changed my life

when I viewed his self-portrait and

discovered myself. The golden mask of

the “boy” King of Egypt seen thru the

eyes of a seven-year-old boy was

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magical. Inside a Greek Temple, on the Plains of

Nebraska, this Museum became my center of magic &

wonder, that would inspire my journey to find the

“center” of my own magic, & somewhere, somehow,

inside of myself, create a revolution of light and color

that would shine as brightly in modern art, as Tut’s

golden & turquoise mask, shone in his time.

A&M:

Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat are

modern icons and readily recognised major artists. As

a contemporary and friend of above artists; you have

shunned Galleries and destroyed early works, focusing

on producing the “100 Paintings”. Please discuss.

Jack Armstrong:

Having finished the 100 paintings in 2010 that I

promised myself would be my total output as an artist

after I repurchased my early work in the 1990’s and

burned all of the paintings, I was re-imagining my early

dream of painting a Harley Davidson. My early works

were no different than what had been achieved by

thousands of artists, even though I was the only artist

ever in NYC, that explained to the most important

Modern Art Dealer on the planet : Leo Castelli, that I

was “not” ready for the solo show he offered me, in

his Castelli Gallery in New York (1984). .“My friend

Andy Warhol did not speak to me for months. Only

Larry Rivers & Keith Haring understood. Roy

Lichtenstein and Jean-Michel Basquiat were in their

own world, and I went deeper into my own

non-dealer, non-gallery experience.”

A&M:

Did this route to independence affect your ability for

artistic recognition and successful sales?

Jack Armstrong:

It depends on which yard sticks one uses to measure

success. Nicknamed “The Last Wizard” by Andy

Warhol; who saw my work as more alchemy than art; I

have followed “a true” path in the execution of my

dreams and works. Amongst my peers and critics, I am

respected. Collectors have acknowledged my work. For

example, Walmart’s Alice Walton, Narendra Patel and

Michel Polnareff, are internationally known collectors

of my art works. My work is among the highest and

fastest appreciating artwork in the world. My paintings

have been sold for 700 thousand dollars to Six million

dollars. As I point out above, my no-dealer and

independent approach to collectors and critics have

increased the value and uniqueness’ of my “100

Paintings”. Cosmic Extensionalism is my religion.

A &M:

I am intrigued as to what inspires you and what

“Cosmic Extensionalism” is about.

Jack Armstrong:

My goal and my muse, which is really the child still lost

in wonder among paintings: in the “Muse”- ums of my

youth, was to create something that people had never

experienced before. “Cosmic Extensionalism” (founded

1999 – 2000) which I named the style I paint in, is

more than a new school of art. It is everything I

dreamed possible long ago. Art dealers, gallery

personnel, curators and art history experts today

speak in gibberish. This is what they have been taught.

Vincent Van Gogh taught us thru his life and work that

the “Essence of life itself” only becomes visible when

we believe in the power of our “own” creation. So all

the theories of people who do not create “anything”

except meaningless words to try and explain the

“meaning” in many paintings that have no meaning &

are hung on walls in the great dealer galleries and

museums of the world, supported by “words” to

somehow validate their “worth” in terms of price and

significance seems absurd when considering Van Gogh.

For me “Cosmic Extensionalism” is universal magic, a

cosmic connection to the energy of trillions of galaxy’s

and Channelling that power to everything we do or

create. It is a universal essence of life, colour, magic

and light.

A&M:

Why did you choose to immortalise the Harley

Davidson to feature among your art signatures of a life

time’s work?

Jack Armstrong:

Seeing my first Corvette’s in 1963-1966 was the same

for a young boy, as looking at masterpieces in art

museums. American dreams, on wheels. Exotic bright

coloured paint, the fastest, most beautiful cars I

thought, in the world. Listening to “Engines” that

sounded like thunder-gods became our religion. Harley

Davidson’s from that period were radical icons of lust.

The ultimate, piece of motor art. In the annual custom

auto and motorcycle shows in the Omaha Coliseum,

the velvet ropes surrounding these wondrous

machines became my friends, as I clung to the soft

ropes with small hands and large dreams, I whispered

to myself, “someday I will paint the finest art motor

cycle and Sports car, in the world.” Gazing at those

incredible machines, it seemed to me then, and still

today, which everyone who ever painted no matter

how high the level of perfection that they always went

deep, in the sense of thickness of paint. No matter

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how many layers of paint & lacquer that

were applied, in the end, no matter what

style and colour or pattern, all the same

technique. Flat surface, without any

texture, surface height or “explosion” of

madness. Beauty without magic. I saw

the possibility then, (in 1963) which was

still true in 2010 when I finally achieved

my childhood dream of painting what I

believe to be, the most revolutionary art

motorcycle in history. In 2009 I painted

one shining new, Harley V-Rod that

would become my art signature, of a

lifetime’s work, & planning that could

take me into Vincent’s cosmic world and

beyond. Van Gogh was the first artist in

history to create Revolutionary art.

A&M:

The Cosmic Starship Harley Davidson sold

for $3million (2012) and was followed by

the $3 million Cosmic Star Cruiser ART-

Bike. What are your plans for the future?

Jack Armstrong:

I am in the planning stage to create the

most expensive car in history, A “COSMIC

ROLLS ROYCE” To be released for 2019,

model to be announced, but it will be “a

cosmic starcloud-convertible, price

$100M. U.S. Dollars, with its own “English

made” - 2019 “Cosmic Triumph” Motorcycle,

(model also to be announced.)

Additionally, this $6 Million Dollar Art

Motorcycle will be mounted on its own

custom clear plastic trailer and attached

to the car. I choose to open this final

exhibition of my career, combining the

Classic British Marks of Rolls & Triumph,

which will be an “Artistic Triumph” for

the public and for art. Creating magic

things change when positive things are

done. Art is the most powerful force of

change in the world as is love. Triumph

and Rolls are pieces of art, and after they

are magically transformed into rolling art

objects through the vision of “Cosmic

Extensionalism”, perhaps I can then

change the life of other’s who need

assistance. I would also mention that 1/2

of the sale price of the Rolls and the

Triumph will be donated to children’s

charity of our choice to be announced.

Because children; are truly the world’s

future.

Source of Biographical Data & answers:

“Cosmic Dream Machine”

www.jackarmstrongartist.com

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