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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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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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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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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This Birdbath is in our yard and has the little Bird Statue attached. This pair of Cardinals are not sure what to make of this strange Bird!

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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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This old Truck has been sitting in this spot at Mosheim, Texas for at least 25 years and apparently is sentimental to it’s owners or it would have sold a long time ago. The Tree in the bed is the second one to grow there as the first one was cut down and was much larger. I’ve wanted to do a Painting of it for a long time and finally “got er done”!

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There is a small tree lined ravine that is about 100 yards from the road that I feed my Cattle on and most mornings the Deer are watching from the edge of the woods. When I drive away after feeding my Cattle the deer come up and feed with the Cattle. I named it Velvet Morning because the Buck's Antlers are in the Velvet Stage and the fog is soft as Velvet.

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Waco's Station Number Two is located at 1016 Columbus Avenue in Downtown Waco and was built in 1932. The Waco Fire Chief's office is located there and the Drill Tower in the background is well preserved!

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This is Clyde, our Golden Retriever who stops and waits for us to catch up when we go on our morning walk. This scene is from the north side of our ranch looking toward our house. This is my second painting to feature a Golden Retriever, the first one was Waiting for the Bus that I painted in 1982!

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I painted this in public at the Round Top Fair. I painted everything from memory except the two cowboys that I photographed several years ago! Recon they will make it home with dry britches?

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This was inspired at Inks Lake State Park where the Deer will come right up to your car looking for a handout and they don't even offer to "work for food" This Buck looks like he may be watching out for any rivals that may want to lure his Ladies away!

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This Building also houses the Weslaco City Hall and was built in 1928. It is located at 119 East 5th Street in Weslaco and was designed by R. Newell Waters.

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This is a view of the Davis Mountains as seen from the north between Kent and Balmorea and is a view I've stopped many times to enjoy. Actually the dirt road in this picture follows the contour of IH-10 and I added the cowboy, horse, gate and windmill.

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This was at the Indian Bluffs Ranch near Lampasas, Texas. Calves were being separated from their Mothers to allow the Mothers to recover from the stress of nursing. This Cow charged at the Horse and Cowboy but the horse was quick and was able to dodge the blow! I was taken by the expression on the horses face!

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This painting was inspired on the Willow City Loop outside of Fredericksburg, Texas. The mountain is on the loop and I made up the old Homestead!

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