Friday, August 22, 2014

Work mode....

A Passing Presence                                 SOLD                                    24x30"  oil-canvas

I've been hitting the studio hard the past few weeks and thought I'd stop by the blog for an update.  I've been working on several paintings at once, trying to catch up after a busy season on the ranch.  I like to remind myself during these times, that one (my art) would not exist without the other (the ranch.)  The Muse is fickle that way, and I try to attend to her needs whenever possible.
So heres one for the Muse, an old favorite of mine.  I love Pronghorn, sometimes called Antelope here in Montana.  They live out here on the ranch among the cows.  Soon they'll gather in large herds for mating; a spectacular sight to see, as hundreds gather en mass to roam across the prairie.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Sleeping Paint Horse

Sleeping Paint Horse          12 x 16"       oil/canvas panel
Heres a subject I never get tired of.  My paint horse Bones.  He's been a good cow horse for me for many years, and is just coming into his own.  He's got more gas than this image portrays, but I love how peaceful he looks while he's napping.  This  is a larger version of a painting I did a few years back called Tail Wind.  It is hanging at Latigo & Lace in Augusta, Montana.

Friday, March 28, 2014

In the Heat of Harvest - sold!

      In the Heat of Harvest           36 x 46      oil-linen    SOLD

More wonderful news!  This painting from my Harvest Series sold recently from the Creighton Block Gallery in Big Sky, MT.  Another big thank you goes out to Colin Matthews, the gallery owner, and also to Kevin and Cynthia, who purchased this painting for their home in Colorado!
Along with the Russell Art Auction and the Western Master's Art Show, my head is still spinning...its been one amazing week!

Monday, March 24, 2014

The Russell Art Auction - First Strike

Ceste de Flores                      18x24   oil-linen      SOLD

This painting sold last Friday at The Russell Art Auction.  The event was well attended and the bidding went high!  A big thank you goes out to Bridget, who had the winning bid, and also to the C.M. Russell Museum for putting on such an amazing event!