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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I was walking along the Bay after the Rockport Art Festival and and noticed some Redfish feeding in the shallow water with their tails out of the water at about the same time that I noticed a small Sail Boat farther out in the Bay and this Painting and it's Title immediately came to mind!

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This is the Devil's Waterhole at Inks Lake State Park and is one of many swimming holes in the Texas Hill Country. I'm told that the water is about 50 feet deep there and I watched these boys jumping off the big cliff for a while remembering when I did the same in my teenage years ant several different places around Austin

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Vencil Mares owns the Taylor Cafe and is referred to as the "Godfather of Texas Barbrcue" since he has personally operated the Cafe for over 70 years. Taylor Cafe is in Taylor, Texas at 101 North Main Street.

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Painting size 12" x 20", Frame size 22" x 30" Price $1450. The Tee Pee Motel is on the East side of Wharton, Texas and is one of only three of its kind remaining in the USA. Built in 1942 and went into a decline in the 1970's and was abandoned for several years. The Tee Pee has been restored and is back in business and has become quite famous recently with numerous articles and television stories. In Case you can't read the emblems, that's an Indian Motorcycle and a Chevrolet Apache Pickup that I thought would be appropriate

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Painting size 12" x 20", Frame size 22" x 30" Price $1450. The Tex-Ann Motel is in Palestine, Texas at 805 East Palestine Avenue and looks to be doing well.

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These are five of our Longhorns getting some lunch and enjoying some color and aroma therapy from the Bluebonnets in the process. These two Live Oak Trees are located in the same rest area as the tree in Summer Surveillance!

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This is the Texas Theater in Oak Cliff (Dallas) and will be included on my 2015 Texas Bankhead Highway Calendar! This Theater became famous when Lee Harvey Oswald was caught there after the Kennedy Assassination. The Movies on the Marquee were showing on that day!

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Snow is rare in the Texas Hill Country and is a real treat but usually is gone pretty fast. This was inspired near Leaky, Texas.

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I was showing my work in Huntsville, Texas at the "General Sam Houston Folklife Festival" and noticed several free roaming chickens on the grounds. This Rooster seemed to strut with more authority than the others so I figured that he must be the Boss!

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I was Teaching a Workshop at the Rockport Art Center and stepped out the back door which opens out to the Harbor. This Shrimp Boat Named the Bald Eagle was moored close by and as I looked at the boat a Seagull landed right on the tip of the Bow with his wings spread eagled as if to try and convince himself that he was a Bald Eagle! I went to get my camera but the Seagull was gone when I returned. No matter how hard he tries he will always be a Seagull but we have an advantage in that what we try for, we can almost always achieve if we try hard enough!

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is at 2028 Fort Worth Highway on the east side of Weatherford, Texas and it opened for business in 1958. The minute I saw the charcoal and pink color scheme it took me back to the Fifties when charcoal and pink was all the rage!

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These were three of our Longhorn Steers early one morning! Longhorns are the Official Large Animal of Texas and are descendants of the Moroccan Cattle that were abandoned in Mexico when the Spanish Conquistadors sailed back to Spain.

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This Waterfall is located on Tonkawa Creek within the City Limits of Crawford, Texas, “home of the Former Western White House” and is the center piece of the Crawford City Park. I left out the Street Bridge that is directly above the Falls and added the Bluebonnets on the Bank because it was April when I went to the Falls to take my reference photos. Maybe I’ll give them the idea to plant some Bluebonnets there!- GEORGE BOUTWELL

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