Available Originals

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This title is the result of my annual contest to name one of my Prints. This Spring (2012) was one of the best for Wildflowers and the Indian Blankets or Fire Wheels were gorgeous. I was driving along and happened to glance off the road for a brief moment to see several horses in a Field of Indian Blankets.

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Martha and I found this Wild Turkey Gobbler lying in the road one morning and we had apparently interrupted a Bobcat's breakfast. I've always wanted to paint a Turkey in flight so we spread his wings and I took photographs. That's our house in the background but we don't have a windmill.

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Early one Morning I was walking back from feeding our Ducks at one of our stock tanks and I saw Deer grazing in the morning mist with our John Deere Tractor in the foreground and I thought it would make a good painting so I moved the Deer up closer and this is the result!

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This Waterfall is just upstream from the Devil's Waterhole at Inks Lake State Park and I added the Longhorn Steer for Scale. This is my first Painting to include Granite rather than the traditional Texas Limestone!

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This Romanesque Revival style Courthouse is in Cuero, Texas and was designed by A. O. Watson and built in 1897. Mr. Watson went Bankrupt building this courthouse.

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These are not Pigs or Wild Hogs, they are Javelinas or Collared Peccaries and are not even related to Pigs. Javelinas are a Native species that are found in arid regions of Texas and the Southwest. They eat mostly Cactus and Insects and rarely weigh over 40 pounds. A friend of a friend had a pet Javelina and I shot lots of photographs!

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This is the Northwest corner of the Square and the Texas Grill is something of a West Texas legend, currently closed for renovations, hopefully to reopen soon. None of the other businesses shown here exist today so based on information furnished by Bill and Mary Sikes I designed the rest of the signs, as no pictures were available.

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This is the Northwest corner of the Courthouse Square. None of the businesses shown here exist today but I had a photograph that I took in 1969 of Davidson Grocery and the other business names were furnished by Edward Evans who owned the other two businesses in the 50's.

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This is the corner of First and Pecan Streets and the signs on the buildings with the exception of Howard's Drug Store all exist today. I talked to Bruce Slaughter who worked at Howard's Drug Store in the 50's and designed the front of the building to hopefully look appropriate!

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This is the Southwest Corner of the Courthouse Square. None of the Businesses shown here exist today because I took the scene back in time thanks to information from Bob Scott, Boyd Waggoner and a picture of Shields Ladies Ready to Wear furnished by Bill Hensley and I designed all of rest of the signs.

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This is the corner of Grand Avenue and Lott Street and is referred to as Victory Square although there is no square. I took it back to look as it might have looked in the early 60's. I was given the names of the businesses in those days by Marie Jo Knippa who had her first Date at the Ritz Theater. None of the Businesses shown here exist today so I designed all of the signs.

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I found this row of old buildings on the outskirts of Pineland, Texas and my imagination went into high gear. The Sunglo Feed sign suggested early morning and I created the rest, added the Cars, Trucks and People and Breakfast is Served!

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is one of the most prominent Mountains in West Texas and rises to 8085 Feet. On a clear day you can see El Capitan from 50 miles away. I made a special trip to photograph El Capitan and was impressed by these Giant Boulders that look like they were tossed there like Marbles by some giant child. I added the two Horses and Riders to show the scale of the Boulders.

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Enchanted Rock State Park is between Fredericksburg and LLano, Texas and is the largest Granite Dome in America. It was considered sacred by the Native Indian Tribes and the sounds emitted by the rock due to heating and cooling have been the source of countless legends and superstitions.

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FALLS ON THE BRAZOS - This Waterfall spans the entire width of the Brazos River just downstream from Marlin, Texas and I belive it is the widest Waterfall in Texas. These Falls were an obstacle to Steamboat Traffic on the Brazos before Railroads took over the moving of freight in Texas.

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This is low tide on the Bay side of South Padre Island and I always find the patterns of the Tidal Mud Flats fascinating, especially at Sundown with all the great colors. I envy the sheer flying skill of Pelicans as they glide for hundreds of feet with little effort and a single wing flap will take them another 100 yards while scooping up a few fish.

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Several years ago I was visiting a ranch near Vanderpool and was walking in a Box Canyon lined with trees and a delightful creek and I came upon several Horses and thought the scene would make a good painting. I took some photographs and apparently misfiled them until recently when I rediscovered them and this painting is the result!

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This is Fort worth Fire Station # 2 at 1000 Cherry Street in Downtown Fort Worth. Built in 1930 and designed by Herman Paul Koeppe in the Zig Zag Moderne style of Art Deco Architecture. I exaggerated the tower a little because I wanted to show it a little better1

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Station #18 is located at 1908 Carleton Street and Camp Bowie in Fort Worth. This station was built in 1923 and is the oldest in Fort Worth that is still in use. The Bungalow Style architecture was designed to blend in with the Neighborhood.

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Located at 1002 Fort Worth Drive in Denton, Texas, opened for business in 1954 as Mr. Frosty and was remodeled to it's present look in 1964. Founded by the late Jack Webb, his son and current owner Randy Webb has worked there all of his life and Randy's Mother Judy webb has cooked there since Frosty opened in 1954! It took me two days to find a time when they weren't swamped with customers to get this information and that says a lot about the quality of the food there!

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