Complete Art Catalog

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A Monday morning in a small Panhandle town. The cat ran away, but not before little Kim Boutwell said "there's Jealous" (the Boutwell's pet cat). Later, in the studio, Jealous had her modeling debut!

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This Great Old fire Station is in Gainesville, Texas and was Built in 1918. It is currently known as Station number 3. Plans are to replace it with a new station sometime in the future but for the sake of aesthetics I hope it will be a long time!

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This is from a pioneer homestead in Big Bend National park. I stood by this windmill and watched the clouds drop over the Chisos Mountains and I thought of the struggle these brave people must have had and this painting came to mind!

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(Papilio Cresphontes) These Giant Swallowtails are feeding on the Lantanna that grows all over our yard which blossoms for several months and is one of the better Butterfly attracting plants. Giant Swallowtails are found all across Texas and sometimes we will have dozens of them feeding in our yard at one time.

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This "Steamboat Gothic" house is in Coleman, Texas and is one of the few in the state. In reality it wasn't in quite as good condition as I've portrayed it, but has been fixed up since the painting was done, To Martha and I this painting is symbolic as we now have our child rearing days behind us and are looking forward to the coming "Golden Years"!

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This painting will be published on my 2007 Texas Classic Gas Stations Calendar. This Station is at 621 St. George Street in Gonzales, texas and it opened in 1936 and closed in the early 1970's After housing several different businesses it was purchased by current owner Bobby Bowden who restored it in 2000 to its former glory. No gas but a standing reminder of the way things used to be!!

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Remember the good ol' days, when things were simple and life was ideal? The reason it seems that way is because the good things stand out in our minds and all of our problems got solved. Every day can be just like the good ol' days if we will look for something good in each new day and realize that any problem we have today will eventually be solved and our victory over it will become a good memory.

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The Chief Drive-In was in Austin, Texas on North Lamar Boulevard and Martha and I dated there when we were teenagers. I tried to include every car made in the fifties in this painting as well as some older ones, but I’m sure I missed one or two. Bet you never saw this movie!

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GORMAN FALLS at Colorado Bend State Park near Bend, Texas west of Lampassas and it’s hard to belive this 70 ft. high cascade is in Texas! The Falls are located at on Gorman Creek where it enters the Colorado River and it is accessible by means of a 4 mile hike over some very rough terrain but worth every step!

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This is the Dance Hall that gave me the idea to do a Dance Hall Calendar. Gruene Hall was built in 1878 and is possibly Texas' most Famous Dance Hall and has been Featured in Numerous Movies and Television Shows. There is Hardly a well known Texas Country Music Band that hasn't performed there, Gruene claims to be the oldest continuously running Dance Hall in Texas but others make similar claims. Gruene Hall is located at 1281 Gruene Road, New Braunfels, Texas 78130.

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I drove right into this storm, complete with hail, high winds and flash flooding between Hico and Dublin on my way to Midland. Needless to say, I was a little late getting to Midland. That's a Samson Airflow Windmill that I saw a few minutes before i drove into the storm!

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