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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Whooping Cranes were close to extinction but thanks to conservation efforts they are on the rebound. Most of the Whooping Crane Population Winters in the Coastal Marshes of Texas near Rockport at the Aransas Wildlife Refuge. Thanks to Chuck Naiser "one of the best Guides on the Texas Coast", I had the priveledge of getting so close to the Whooping Cranes that I could see their Eyelashes!

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(Siproeta stelenes) Malachite Butterflies are Tropical and regularly seen in the Rio Grande Valley and occasionally north to Central Texas. This butterfly is the only large green and chocolate colored butterfly to inhabit Texas or the United States.

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MARLIN FIRE STATION #1, is located at 101 Fortune Street in Marlin, Texas and was built in 1920 and is still actively fighting fires

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Martin's Barbecue opened in 1924 and the current building was built in 1939. Martin's in located at 3403 College Ave. in Bryan, Texas. As far as I know it is the only Barbecue place in Texas with a Historical Marker!

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McMillan's Barbecue is at Fannin, Texas and has been there for over 40 years. This painting will be featured on my 2017 Texas Barbecue Calendar!

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(Myscelia ethusa) These Mexican Bluewings are tropical and are found only in far South Texas in mostly shaded woodlands and always perch head down!

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I woke up early one morning when I was showing my work in Round Top and was inspired by a large Lice Oak Tree in the mist with early sunlight across it's branches and I painted this from memory at my show over a weeks time!

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This title is the result of my annual contest to name one of my Paintings. After photographing the Bay side of South Padre Island in late afternoon, I decided at the last moment to check out the Surf side of the Island and this is the result.

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This Painting was printed as a Christmas Gift Print and was given to everyone who had made a purchase in the previous three years! I was riding the Port Aransas Ferry and noticed this White Pelican riding the wake. The Ferry was churning up small creatures which were being eaten by small fish. Mr. Easy, our Pelican friend, was effortlessly scooping up the small fish. While the other Pelicans were off flying and diving and working hard, Mr. Easy was making a living with very little effort. I wondered if he would be able to fly north with the other Pelicans after having it so easy and getting out of shape or if he would just stay put and take it easy all of the time. I got to wondering if I might be working too hard chasing my dreams when I could be taking it easy doing something more conventional but then realized that I would probably be bored and was thankful that God had given me a mind of my own with the ability to ponder such things!

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