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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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This was the back door of our former home in Austin and our Cat named “Stripes” who loved to eat. It was Christmas Morning and I had stepped outside to put out bird seed and feed the cats.

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As I watched this Cardinal perched in a Cedar Tree while it snowed, I couldn't help thinking it was Christmas Colors in motion. When one of those special moments comes along I always wonder how many others I've missed by not really looking. Every day can be filled with special moments if we expect them and are determined to find them.

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In the Summer of 1992 at the Fiesta Del Concho in San Angelo, Texas, I was told about a ranch that had a restored wooden Eclipse Windmill. Since Windmills were to be the theme for my 1993 Calendar, I thought an Eclipse would be great to include since the Eclipse and similar wooden Windmills were the ones that won the Old West! I found this Eclipse Windmill between Eola and Millersview and shot an entire roll of film to make sure I got it right. I took that roll of film and several others to the Drug Store to be sent off to be developed and when they came back from the lab, there was no Eclipse Windmill and one of the rolls of film was totally blank and had an apology note from the lab. It was almost publishing time and I had several other good painting ideas so I went to press without including the Eclipse in my calendar. After my Daughter Kim's wedding we took several more rolls of film to the Drugstore to be developed and when I picked them up, there in the batch were the Eclipse Windmill photographs and I guess I'll never know what was on that blank roll of film. I was planning to use the Eclipse Windmill for the December Calendar Picture because it's colors are Red and Green but since the Photo Lab changed my plans, I decided to use it as my annual Gift Print that I send out each year!

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While driving to see relatives on "Christmas Eve" between Austin and Yoakum, Texas, a route I had traveled hundreds of times and a scene I had seen many times, but never after several days of rain and from just the perfect angle. The reflected image of the house only lasted a split second but from a moving car, I memorized what I'd seen.

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Catholic Church at Westphalia, Texas is the largest wooden Church west of the Mississippi River was built in 1895 after the original Church was destroyed by a Tornado. Westphalia is east of Temple on Texas Highway 320.

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City Diner and Oyster Bar is located at 622 N. Water Street in Corpus Christi, Texas and has been around for a long time, I'm not sure when it opened, but local folks I've talked to say it's been there forever. The City Diner is a classic Art Deco Style and the interior is decorated with lots of 50's memorabilia.

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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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Every morning we feed our horses a bucket of oats and when they have eaten their fill, a covey of Bobwhites will come and pick up any leftovers.

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The Cliftex Theater is the longest continually operating Theater in Texas and is located in my hometown of Clifton, Texas on the Historic Meridian Highway (Originally Texas Highway 2) first north- south highway from Canada to Mexico!

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is at Uhland, Texas between San Marcos and Lockhart and opened in 1893. It has a Bar, a Dance Hall and a Bowling Alley and has been featured in the Movie Resurrection, Country Music Videos by Keith Whitley, Jimmy Vaughan and Tish Hinojosa as well as several Beer Commercials. Club 21 is located on FM 21 at the Hays and Caldwell County Line.

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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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By July it's very hot in Texas and I thought it would be refreshing to use a snow scene and give you a chance to reflect upon the fact that the heat won't last forever.

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This is from the Parade at the Stamford Cowboy Reunion although I moved the Gas Station a little closer than it exists in reality. This Parade is an annual event that includes practically everyone in the area that has a horse!

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The purple flowers in this painting are known as Beebalm or horsemint and are very prolific in June. Although Bluebonnets are very famous in Central Texas in April, the show is only beginning because new wildflowers replace them with several more waves of color which grace the terrain well 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 Second Empire Style Courthouse is one of the few buildings in Paint Rock, Texas and was designed by F. E. Ruffini and built in 1883 This is the same town that I featured in my 1997 Country Church Calendar, Notice anything familiar in this Painting?

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This painting will be published on my 2007 Texas Classic Gas Stations Calendar. The Conoco Tower Station and U Drop Inn Cafe were built in 1936 in Shamrock, Texas at the Intersection of US Hwy 83 and Historic Route 66. This was the First Building in Shamrock to be built on Route 66 and it was considered to be the finest building between Oklahoma City and Amarillo! It currently houses a Museum and the Shamrock Chamber of Commerce.

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This Painting was printed as my annual Christmas Gift Print that was sent to everyone who has made a purchase in the last three years! Shortly after Martha and I purchased the Ranch we traded Art for Ten Longhorn Calves and Four Horses. Being new to Ranching we had a fantasy of riding the range on horseback and working Cattle or just going for pleasure rides. We soon found out that although the Longhorns proved to be almost trouble free, the Horses were a different story. Reality was, that with our busy schedule, we rode horseback less and less until the Horses didn't want to be ridden any more and each time we tried to ride them it became a new adventure. The Two Horses in this painting, "looking so contented" were young mares and one was sure that if she wanted to change pastures all she had to do was run thru the Barbed Wire Fence, which often called for Veterinary Services. All four Horses had a talent for finding nails and other sharp objects and we frequently has small scale Rodeos removing nails from their hooves. One day I had enlisted the help of a Professional Cowboy to extract a nail from a hoof and in the process remarked to him that since we weren't riding our Horses that maybe we should sell them. He told me that he bought and sold Horses and made me an offer and before he came to his senses we had them all loaded in his trailer and Martha and I were "looking so contented" as we watched them ride off into the Sunset!

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