Friday, July 13, 2012

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This picture shows some of the collateral advertising done for the 2009 Cattle Barons Ball of Dallas.
Several of my watercolors were used on the promotional materials for that year's ball and for two years, I donated paintings for the auction which annually raises more money for Cancer Research than any other single one night venue. I was proud to have my work featured for such a worthy cause.
The two Giclee prints which I am offering in the previous post were used for this promotion.

New Print Offering.

I am offering these two watercolors as signed and titled Giclee (Digital) reproductions.
The image size of each, is 10.5"x 14.5" (Will fit to a standard 16"x 20" frame if matted 2.5")
Printed on a heavy bright white acid-free paper, with one inch of paper all around.
These high quality prints are being made by my new friend, artist and supplier, Gary Gibson, at Ampersand Graphics in Bartlesville, OK.

Price: $100 (U.S.) each, delivered flat, unframed - add $10 shipping within the U.S.
Complete satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back!
Contact Gary Myers for more information at:

Above: Fistful of Dynamite           Below: Sid's Soles

Friday, May 18, 2012

The Sentinal

Watercolor - 9"x12" on Arches cold press paper.

Early morning, last September, I was walking the old cemetery East of the town of Lincoln, NM, (home of the Lincoln County Wars and William H. Bonney, AKA-Billy the Kid.) Most of the graves here were unmarked. This old concrete marker was un-named but looked as if someone had recently placed silk flowers at the base. Notice the nail in the cross and the interesting shadow.

Bell Gate at Lincoln, NM

Watercolor - 9"x12" on Arches cold pressed paper.
A larger version of a little study that I did earlier. This is on the main street of old Lincoln, NM, home of the Lincoln County Wars and William H Bonney, AKA, Billy the Kid.

Watercolor - 9"x12" on Arches cold pressed paper.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Black Eyed Susans

Dad and I were fishing the banks of Hudson Lake in Northeastern Oklahoma. As we worked our way down the path, we had to climb over these old downed tree limbs. I snapped a pic with my iPhone and did the following painting after returning to my studio.
Watercolor - 8"x12" on smooth Arches paper.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Goats Gruff

While driving the back roads of Osage County, Oklahoma....I spotted these friendly little critters grazing in a pasture. My 'good' camera was in the trunk of the, I snapped some iPhone pics and did this
8"x10" watercolor after returning to my studio. I was intrigued by the color and contrast of their coats...and their curiosity.