Archives for Oil

The Romance Lives On

Howard Rogers is a romantic. From his soft and sultry paintings of beautiful women to his depictions of rugged, hard-working cowboys and the horses they ride, he admits that romance is at the heart of his work. Howard Rogers (Arizona) Spring In The Gros Ventres Oil 24″ By 30″ July is like spring in the high country. This is a good representation of the parade of color to be found there. Howard Rogers (Arizona) The Notch Oil 40″ By 30″ This is a mountain formation high in the Gros Ventre Mountains, not far from Jackson, Wyoming. The Darwin Ranch was
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Telling Stories in His Own Way

Mian Situ remembers his grandfather and the hard times in China very well. And it is, perhaps, the memories of his grandfather and the sacrifices he made that in some way color Situ’s paintings. Mian Situ (California) Chinatown Merchants Oil 32″ By 38″ F. S., 1905 Mian Situ (California) Move On To Yuba River Oil 52″ By 47″
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It’s Still Hard Work

One of Jason Rich’s earliest memories is of sitting in church, watching his father sketch horses “to keep me quiet,” he says. Not only did those sketches keep the young boy quiet, they set the stage for what would become a driving force in his life. Today, Rich is a successful fine artist whose paintings of the cowboy lifestyle, along with some Native American scenes, have earned him spots in several prestigious shows and an impressive list of collectors. Jason Rich In The Morning Light Oil 24″ X 32″ Jason Rich Setting Sun Oil 24″ X 30″
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The Human Element

A superb technician and master craftsman, Chicago-based painter, Scott Tallman Powers, has been described as a “painter’s painter.” Scott Tallman Powers (Wyoming) The Necklace Seller Oil 12″ By 9″ Scott Tallman Powers (Wyoming) What She Has-San Miguel De Allende Oil 18″ By 24″
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Keeping It Simple

Malm’s ability at capturing the essence of his subject quickly brought the young artist commissions to paint portraits of people’s children, their pets, and relatives. It didn’t take the Utah native long to realize that he could make more money-and derive more enjoyment-from painting portraits than working construction. Being an astute young man and passionate about art, he put down his tool belt, left the job site, and strode into his dream career as an artist. Mike Malm First Snow Oil 24″ By 30″ Mike Malm Her Own Little World Oil 30″ By 24″
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Young Guns

Robert Coombs Beautiful Memories Oil 29″ By 20″ Josh Elliot (Montana) Iceberg Lake Oil 30″ By 40″ Po Lin Morning Commute Oil 14″ By 11″ Kyle Polzin Leading The Way Oil 18″ By 28″ Ariana Richards Beverly – A Portrait Oil 24″ By 17″ Molly Schmid Begonias Oil 10″ By 12″ Ryan Skidmore Trespassers Beware Oil 32″ By 58″
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