KimmyKoi Art--Fine Renaissance style Paintings Featuring Koi Fish
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Trump Rally in Springfield Massachusetts

Springfield, Massachusetts

Edward Champigny, of Feeding Hills, right, dressed in period attire, leads a support rally for presidential candidate Donald Trump on the steps of Springfield City Hall Sunday. An estimated 100 supporters gathered for the peaceful event. (Frederick Gore Photo)Edward Champigny, a Feeding Hills resident and Vietnam War veteran, meanwhile, said he attended the rally because he wants to protect America's freedom. 

"I'm getting tired of weak people being in office and they lie to us right from the beginning," he said. 

Champigny praised Trump's lack of a political background, saying he sees the businessman as being more honest than candidates who typically run for office.

"I know the politicians and I know what they do," he said. "He doesn't lie and no backroom deals -- it's clean." Springfield Mass

 

What George Washington did to Donald Trump, that will change your point of view on divine intervention. Is this a scary truth. The message Washington left for Trump, will blow you away with truth. 


 

Kris bio

On the right, Kris is helping the people who are fighting for our freedom. Kris studied art at Springfield Technical Community College, where she graduated. From critiquing Ed's artwork, she found a skill she didn't know she had. She started painting classes at night with a well known local artist. Come to find out, people liked her work.

Kris believes in America and supports all women who are standing up for freedom in America.

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Preview YouTube video The Freedom Movement Song. More fun than you could believe. Home grown, hot sound, and see George Washington sing about the movement for our freedom. This is crazy; you got to see it. Dedicated to Donald Trump. Send this to 5 people and we can Go viral.

"Inspirational and creative – I really like it. Acts 2:29"
Our next song and video is "Make America Great Again". WATCH FOR US


 

 

Newest Painting by Ed Champigny - "Celestial Silent Night"

celestial silent night painting



This painting is called "Honey, I'm Home."

The inspiration for the painting came from a perfume product called "HAIKU" by Avon. What better way to greet your man than with his favorite scent, sexy shoes, red lipstick and candlelight;  when he says, "Honey, I'm Home."

by Kristine Champigny


Kristine Champigny

 

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The Koi, Goldfish and Koi-Inspired Art of Edward Champigny

Kimmy-Koi Art started from the heart of a Vietnam Vet who wanted a quiet, peaceful place to meditate and paint. What started out to be a desire to paint became a desire to raise and paint koi, reflecting their relationships not onlywith each other, but also with humans.

We offer koi and goldfish for your pond or aquarium,
as well as koi-inspired art for your home.

We now offer our koi and goldfish for auction at ebay.  Our selections include Ryukin, Oranda, Pearlscales, Bubble Eyes, Butterflies, and Black, Panda, and Red and White Goldfish.

Take a Tour of our Beautiful Ponds!

NOW AVAILABLE - NEW RANCHUS!

We offer "Show Quality" Ranchus, Orandas, Ryukins, Pearlscales, Bubble Eyes, Black, Panda and Red and White Goldfish. Click here to see our Ranchu Goldfish.

 

 

We have some of the most gorgeous Japanese Koi fish in spectacular colors, ranging in price from $15.00 to $2,500.00. Our koi include Doitsu Showa, Kohaku, Sanke, Utsuri, Gin Rin Showa and the NEW Dragon Fin!

 

Click here to read the article "Koi Art from a Veteran's Heart" published in Britain about the art of Ed Champigny.

 

 

Special recognition was presented to Mr. Champigny Military Order of the Purple Heartfrom the Military Order of the Purple Heart. Click here to read more...

 

"It is my desire that the satisfaction derived from keeping koi as well as love of fine art will be reflected in all Kimmy-Koi Art for the enjoyment and pleasure of everyone."—Ed Champigny