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Being an Artist has a lot of advantages over other jobs. At times, it’s an indoor job. Other times, it’s an outdoor job. Sometimes you put in hours enjoyably in your studio, while other times you log several hours a … Continue reading
Cowboys – steady, quietly confident and honest. I love these qualities in a Cowboy. When I started this drawing, those qualities came to mind. Whether this Cowboy is silently waiting to move the herd, or counting down the last cow … Continue reading
I have always been intrigued by the artwork of Howard Terpning. A legend in oil painting, his artwork embodies the art of storytelling. His subject is predominantly the North American Indian. While many artists dwell on the subject matter, few … Continue reading
This post isn’t about the Texas Longhorn College Mascot, this is about the real cattle from Texas. The past several shows, people have asked me to draw Longhorn Cattle. Since I have a soft spot for cattle, that didn’t seem like … Continue reading
Fresh off my drawing board – a cute little Red Roan Quarter Horse.
While doing research on wild mustangs, I wondered if there are still wild mustangs alive and present in Texas. All of my previous research had confirmed that the wild mustangs originated from bloodstock imported from the Iberian Peninsula. Horses brought … Continue reading