Available Originals

This list displays my original watercolors that are available for purchase. Click a letter to jump to a list of titles starting with that letter. Click on the title or image to see more information, or click on an available product to see purchase options.

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CACTUS INN- is on Historic Route 66 in the Texas Panhandle Town of McLean. I drove every inch of old Route 66 in Texas and this is the only Classic Motel that hasn't either been modernized to the point of not looking old or is not in ruins, The big tall Cactus is a real eye catcher!

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Painting Size 12" x 20", Outside Frame Size 19"x 27" Price $1450. This Black Tailed Jack Rabbit is one that I photographed here on our Ranch. I'm not sure if it is the same one that used to tease one of our dogs into chasing him, only to humiliate the dog with his speed and agility. After a few chases the dog gave up and refused to chase the rabbit.

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This clump of Prickly Pear Cactus is behind our Ranch House and is quite showy in the spring when it is in bloom and surrounded with wildflowers!

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I was walking my dogs one morning when I heard a loud racket coming from one of our Stock Tanks so I sneaked thru the brush to see what was there and was surprised to see Canada Geese on the water. I don't recall ever seeing Canada Geese this far south!

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The Caravan Inn is in Arlington, Texas at 908 East Division Street. Division Street is part of the Old Fort Worth to Dallas Highway and this lots of Memories dot this stretch of road. There is another Caravan Inn in Fort Worth but this one just screamed 1950's! I combined the signs from both Fort Worth and Arlington in this painting. The Caravan Inn is on the Historic Bankhead Highway!

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CATALINA MOTEL - is on East Hughes Street in Wichita Falls which prior to the new Freeway was the Grand entry to Wichita Falls from Dallas and Fort Worth and was lined with Fancy Restaurants and Motels to greet Weary Travelers. Today the Catalina is the only one still operating and I thought some Pontiac Catalinas out front would be really Cool!

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This title is the result of my annual contest to name one of my Paintings! I did a small painting using these colors and was so pleased with the results that I decided to paint it as a large Painting. This Painting was done entirely from memory

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City Market opened in Downtown Luling, Texas in 1958 and their Pit Master Joe Capello has been there since 1962

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City Meat Market opened in 1941 in Giddings, Texas. It is located at the intersection of Hwy's 77 and 290 so it's hard to miss. My favorite is their Sausage which they also provide to other award winning Barbecue Joints. This will be one of 12 Paintings to be featured on my 2017 Texas Classic Barbecue Calendar!

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This painting was inspired this last June! Texas had Record Rainfall and as a result, record amounts of Wildflowers. Normally the Bluebonnets are the Spring Special Feature but this year the show went on way into Summer.

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This Striped Skunk seems to be stopping to smell the flowers but is more likely looking for food! Our dogs have a habit of finding these Critters early in the morning on our walks on the Ranch and we always hope they are smart enough to keep a safe distance!

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This is one of those Horse before the Cart Paintings where I wanted to use the Sunburst in a Painting so I came up with an idea to justify it. The Cowboy is Morris Vann of Lampassas who gave me the privilege of riding in a round up several years ago!

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This Drive In was in Jewett, Texas and was closed down when I photographed it in 1981. It reminded me of my teenage years and the nights we spent cruising from one end of Austin to the other, with no particular goal except to look cool and see who else was cruisin’. Wow ya’ll, was that Elvis in that Merc?

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