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Trichocereus Cactus Flying Saucer

By Richard Reynolds

Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

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  • Richard Reynolds
    Flowers

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    Trichocereus Cactus Flying Saucer

    By Richard Reynolds

    Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

  • George Hallmark
    Architecture

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    Nosey Neighbors

    By George Hallmark

    Born and raised in north-central Texas, George Hallmark was an architectural designer and commercial artist before turning to easel painting.

  • David Wagner
    Fruits and Vegetables

    View Portfolio

    Cracked Egg

    By David Wagner

    D. A. Wagner is a renowned New York City photographer who sees a secret life in every object and applies an insightful approach to coax it out. Deliberation and spontaneity, technology and elbow grease, exploration and happenstance are all elements in this process. Whether it's water, wine, coffeemakers or vegetables, D. A. Wagner uses all these elements, combining them with elegant lighting, playful color and a touch of humor to create iconic images.

  • Tim Cox
    Western

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    Long Days, Short Pay

    By Tim Cox

    As a young child, Tim Cox vowed he “was going to be a cowboy artist” when he grew up, and he has lived that dream for 30 years.

  • Bob Callender
    Oilfields, Oilwells

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    Majestic

    by Bob Callender

  • Edward Aldrich
    Wildlife

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    Hunters Gaze

    By Edward Aldrich

    In the vast wildlife world of Edward Aldrich, the image of an animal is more than a realistic portrayal; the artist captures the very essence of his subject.

  • David Mann
    Native American

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    Lakota Moon

    By David Mann

    David Mann’s life focus has been his interest in the Native American culture, horses, and art.

  • Rod Chase
    Photorealism

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    We the People

    By Rod Chase

    As one of today’s finest and most recognized photorealist painters, Rod Chase has earned the highest respect of his peers and the admiration of legions of collectors.

  • Robert Dawson
    Horses

    View Portfolio

    On the Utah Plains

    By Robert Dawson

    Robert Dawson's romance with the west started as a young boy growing up in Texas and has taken him to photograph some of the most beautiful and wildest places in America. His talent in working with natural light and composition are sought out by major clients wishing to capture a unique angle of the West that will compliment their advertising campaigns. Dawson is a contributing photographer for Western Horseman, American Cowboy and Farm & Ranch Magazines. Six coffee table books have been published showcasing his work.

  • Kyle Polzin
    Still Life

    View Portfolio

    Spurs with Navajo Blanket

    By Kyle Polzin

    Growing up along the Texas coast and also spending many happy days in the country with his grandparents gave Kyle Polzin much inspiration for his subject matter as a young artist.

  • June Dudley
    Western

    View Portfolio

    An Apple a Day

    By June Dudley

    June Dudley grew up in the country near the small town of Iola, Texas, in an area known locally as the river bottom, a place where she has cherished memories of family and rural values….where the Western attitude and ranching were lived everyday.

  • G. Harvey
    Western & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Hard Tack and Mail

    By G. Harvey

    G.Harvey and his images have influenced a worldwide enthusiasm and demand for contemporary American art for a generation. Few artists have intrigued and captivated art collectors as widely as the celebrated painter, G. Harvey.

  • Robert Peters
    Western Landscape

    View Portfolio

    March, Yavapai Point

    By Robert Peters

    Robert Peters has spent his life living in and absorbing all that the West and its magnificent landscapes offer.

  • Nancy Glazier
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Morning Magic

    By Nancy Glazier

    Nancy Glazier is passionate about her art and the subject of her art. This passion is evident in the way she paints and the way she lives – they are inseparable.

  • Ragan Gennusa
    Longhorns & Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Pinto Partners

    By Ragan Gennusa

    Ragan Gennusa grew up in East Texas enjoying the outdoors and sports, but he was drawn to art and could always be found using his pencils and brushes when he had an opportunity. “Art was just something I always enjoyed,” he recalls.

  • Bill Anton
    Western

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    Fixin' a Flat

    By Bill Anton

    Bill Anton was born in Chicago in 1957 and later moved to Prescott, Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University.

  • Kyle Sims
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Summer Rumble

    By Kyle Sims

    As a native of the West, Kyle Sims’ love of the vast landscapes and the array of animals inhabiting them came naturally.

  • Bev Pettit
    Horses, Animals

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    Magic Eye

    by Bev Pettit

  • Susan Blackwood
    Children

    View Portfolio

    Gardener's Helper

    By Susan Blackwood

  • Larry Dyke
    Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Shades of Spring

    By Larry Dyke

    Dyke is one of the most successful and acclaimed artists of his generation. He paints powerful landscapes inspired by his deep, personal belief in Christ and his frequent travels to domestic, international, and exotic locales.

  • Andy Thomas
    Western, Political & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Grand Ol Gang

    By Andy Thomas

    Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life.

  • Bruce Greene
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Sweet Nothins'

    By Bruce Greene

    Bruce Greene is a Western painter who has ridden trails and experienced the cowboy life he portrays in the very narrative images he creates.

  • Martin Grelle
    Western & Native American

    View Portfolio

    Dust in the Distance

    By Martin Grelle

    Whether painting the Native Americans in a dramatic, picturesque setting, or the American cowboy in the dusty cattle-working pens, Martin Grelle captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically-accurate, compelling images.

  • Phillip Philbeck
    Eastern Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Mount Mitchell in Autumn

    By Phillip Philbeck

    North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck.His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage.

  • Doug Hall
    Native American, Indians

    View Portfolio

    Steadfast

    by Doug Hall

  • Richard Reynolds
    Flowers

    View Portfolio

    Trichocereus Cactus Flying Saucer

    By Richard Reynolds

    Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

  • George Hallmark
    Architecture

    View Portfolio

    Nosey Neighbors

    By George Hallmark

    Born and raised in north-central Texas, George Hallmark was an architectural designer and commercial artist before turning to easel painting.

  • David Wagner
    Fruits and Vegetables

    View Portfolio

    Cracked Egg

    By David Wagner

    D. A. Wagner is a renowned New York City photographer who sees a secret life in every object and applies an insightful approach to coax it out. Deliberation and spontaneity, technology and elbow grease, exploration and happenstance are all elements in this process. Whether it's water, wine, coffeemakers or vegetables, D. A. Wagner uses all these elements, combining them with elegant lighting, playful color and a touch of humor to create iconic images.

  • Tim Cox
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Long Days, Short Pay

    By Tim Cox

    As a young child, Tim Cox vowed he “was going to be a cowboy artist” when he grew up, and he has lived that dream for 30 years.

  • Bob Callender
    Oilfields, Oilwells

    View Portfolio

    Majestic

    by Bob Callender

  • Edward Aldrich
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Hunters Gaze

    By Edward Aldrich

    In the vast wildlife world of Edward Aldrich, the image of an animal is more than a realistic portrayal; the artist captures the very essence of his subject.

  • David Mann
    Native American

    View Portfolio

    Lakota Moon

    By David Mann

    David Mann’s life focus has been his interest in the Native American culture, horses, and art.

  • Rod Chase
    Photorealism

    View Portfolio

    We the People

    By Rod Chase

    As one of today’s finest and most recognized photorealist painters, Rod Chase has earned the highest respect of his peers and the admiration of legions of collectors.

  • Robert Dawson
    Horses

    View Portfolio

    On the Utah Plains

    By Robert Dawson

    Robert Dawson's romance with the west started as a young boy growing up in Texas and has taken him to photograph some of the most beautiful and wildest places in America. His talent in working with natural light and composition are sought out by major clients wishing to capture a unique angle of the West that will compliment their advertising campaigns. Dawson is a contributing photographer for Western Horseman, American Cowboy and Farm & Ranch Magazines. Six coffee table books have been published showcasing his work.

  • Kyle Polzin
    Still Life

    View Portfolio

    Spurs with Navajo Blanket

    By Kyle Polzin

    Growing up along the Texas coast and also spending many happy days in the country with his grandparents gave Kyle Polzin much inspiration for his subject matter as a young artist.

  • June Dudley
    Western

    View Portfolio

    An Apple a Day

    By June Dudley

    June Dudley grew up in the country near the small town of Iola, Texas, in an area known locally as the river bottom, a place where she has cherished memories of family and rural values….where the Western attitude and ranching were lived everyday.

  • G. Harvey
    Western & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Hard Tack and Mail

    By G. Harvey

    G.Harvey and his images have influenced a worldwide enthusiasm and demand for contemporary American art for a generation. Few artists have intrigued and captivated art collectors as widely as the celebrated painter, G. Harvey.

  • Robert Peters
    Western Landscape

    View Portfolio

    March, Yavapai Point

    By Robert Peters

    Robert Peters has spent his life living in and absorbing all that the West and its magnificent landscapes offer.

  • Nancy Glazier
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Morning Magic

    By Nancy Glazier

    Nancy Glazier is passionate about her art and the subject of her art. This passion is evident in the way she paints and the way she lives – they are inseparable.

  • Ragan Gennusa
    Longhorns & Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Pinto Partners

    By Ragan Gennusa

    Ragan Gennusa grew up in East Texas enjoying the outdoors and sports, but he was drawn to art and could always be found using his pencils and brushes when he had an opportunity. “Art was just something I always enjoyed,” he recalls.

  • Bill Anton
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Fixin' a Flat

    By Bill Anton

    Bill Anton was born in Chicago in 1957 and later moved to Prescott, Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University.

  • Kyle Sims
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Summer Rumble

    By Kyle Sims

    As a native of the West, Kyle Sims’ love of the vast landscapes and the array of animals inhabiting them came naturally.

  • Bev Pettit
    Horses, Animals

    View Portfolio

    Magic Eye

    by Bev Pettit

  • Susan Blackwood
    Children

    View Portfolio

    Gardener's Helper

    By Susan Blackwood

  • Larry Dyke
    Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Shades of Spring

    By Larry Dyke

    Dyke is one of the most successful and acclaimed artists of his generation. He paints powerful landscapes inspired by his deep, personal belief in Christ and his frequent travels to domestic, international, and exotic locales.

  • Andy Thomas
    Western, Political & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Grand Ol Gang

    By Andy Thomas

    Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life.

  • Bruce Greene
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Sweet Nothins'

    By Bruce Greene

    Bruce Greene is a Western painter who has ridden trails and experienced the cowboy life he portrays in the very narrative images he creates.

  • Martin Grelle
    Western & Native American

    View Portfolio

    Dust in the Distance

    By Martin Grelle

    Whether painting the Native Americans in a dramatic, picturesque setting, or the American cowboy in the dusty cattle-working pens, Martin Grelle captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically-accurate, compelling images.

  • Phillip Philbeck
    Eastern Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Mount Mitchell in Autumn

    By Phillip Philbeck

    North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck.His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage.

  • Doug Hall
    Native American, Indians

    View Portfolio

    Steadfast

    by Doug Hall

  • Richard Reynolds
    Flowers

    View Portfolio

    Trichocereus Cactus Flying Saucer

    By Richard Reynolds

    Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

  • George Hallmark
    Architecture

    View Portfolio

    Nosey Neighbors

    By George Hallmark

    Born and raised in north-central Texas, George Hallmark was an architectural designer and commercial artist before turning to easel painting.

  • David Wagner
    Fruits and Vegetables

    View Portfolio

    Cracked Egg

    By David Wagner

    D. A. Wagner is a renowned New York City photographer who sees a secret life in every object and applies an insightful approach to coax it out. Deliberation and spontaneity, technology and elbow grease, exploration and happenstance are all elements in this process. Whether it's water, wine, coffeemakers or vegetables, D. A. Wagner uses all these elements, combining them with elegant lighting, playful color and a touch of humor to create iconic images.

  • Tim Cox
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Long Days, Short Pay

    By Tim Cox

    As a young child, Tim Cox vowed he “was going to be a cowboy artist” when he grew up, and he has lived that dream for 30 years.

  • Bob Callender
    Oilfields, Oilwells

    View Portfolio

    Majestic

    by Bob Callender

  • Edward Aldrich
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Hunters Gaze

    By Edward Aldrich

    In the vast wildlife world of Edward Aldrich, the image of an animal is more than a realistic portrayal; the artist captures the very essence of his subject.

  • David Mann
    Native American

    View Portfolio

    Lakota Moon

    By David Mann

    David Mann’s life focus has been his interest in the Native American culture, horses, and art.

  • Rod Chase
    Photorealism

    View Portfolio

    We the People

    By Rod Chase

    As one of today’s finest and most recognized photorealist painters, Rod Chase has earned the highest respect of his peers and the admiration of legions of collectors.

  • Robert Dawson
    Horses

    View Portfolio

    On the Utah Plains

    By Robert Dawson

    Robert Dawson's romance with the west started as a young boy growing up in Texas and has taken him to photograph some of the most beautiful and wildest places in America. His talent in working with natural light and composition are sought out by major clients wishing to capture a unique angle of the West that will compliment their advertising campaigns. Dawson is a contributing photographer for Western Horseman, American Cowboy and Farm & Ranch Magazines. Six coffee table books have been published showcasing his work.

  • Kyle Polzin
    Still Life

    View Portfolio

    Spurs with Navajo Blanket

    By Kyle Polzin

    Growing up along the Texas coast and also spending many happy days in the country with his grandparents gave Kyle Polzin much inspiration for his subject matter as a young artist.

  • June Dudley
    Western

    View Portfolio

    An Apple a Day

    By June Dudley

    June Dudley grew up in the country near the small town of Iola, Texas, in an area known locally as the river bottom, a place where she has cherished memories of family and rural values….where the Western attitude and ranching were lived everyday.

  • Richard Reynolds
    Flowers

    View Portfolio

    Trichocereus Cactus Flying Saucer

    By Richard Reynolds

    Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

  • George Hallmark
    Architecture

    View Portfolio

    Nosey Neighbors

    By George Hallmark

    Born and raised in north-central Texas, George Hallmark was an architectural designer and commercial artist before turning to easel painting.

  • David Wagner
    Fruits and Vegetables

    View Portfolio

    Cracked Egg

    By David Wagner

    D. A. Wagner is a renowned New York City photographer who sees a secret life in every object and applies an insightful approach to coax it out. Deliberation and spontaneity, technology and elbow grease, exploration and happenstance are all elements in this process. Whether it's water, wine, coffeemakers or vegetables, D. A. Wagner uses all these elements, combining them with elegant lighting, playful color and a touch of humor to create iconic images.

  • Tim Cox
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Long Days, Short Pay

    By Tim Cox

    As a young child, Tim Cox vowed he “was going to be a cowboy artist” when he grew up, and he has lived that dream for 30 years.

  • Bob Callender
    Oilfields, Oilwells

    View Portfolio

    Majestic

    by Bob Callender

  • Edward Aldrich
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Hunters Gaze

    By Edward Aldrich

    In the vast wildlife world of Edward Aldrich, the image of an animal is more than a realistic portrayal; the artist captures the very essence of his subject.

  • David Mann
    Native American

    View Portfolio

    Lakota Moon

    By David Mann

    David Mann’s life focus has been his interest in the Native American culture, horses, and art.

  • Rod Chase
    Photorealism

    View Portfolio

    We the People

    By Rod Chase

    As one of today’s finest and most recognized photorealist painters, Rod Chase has earned the highest respect of his peers and the admiration of legions of collectors.

  • Robert Dawson
    Horses

    View Portfolio

    On the Utah Plains

    By Robert Dawson

    Robert Dawson's romance with the west started as a young boy growing up in Texas and has taken him to photograph some of the most beautiful and wildest places in America. His talent in working with natural light and composition are sought out by major clients wishing to capture a unique angle of the West that will compliment their advertising campaigns. Dawson is a contributing photographer for Western Horseman, American Cowboy and Farm & Ranch Magazines. Six coffee table books have been published showcasing his work.

  • Kyle Polzin
    Still Life

    View Portfolio

    Spurs with Navajo Blanket

    By Kyle Polzin

    Growing up along the Texas coast and also spending many happy days in the country with his grandparents gave Kyle Polzin much inspiration for his subject matter as a young artist.

  • June Dudley
    Western

    View Portfolio

    An Apple a Day

    By June Dudley

    June Dudley grew up in the country near the small town of Iola, Texas, in an area known locally as the river bottom, a place where she has cherished memories of family and rural values….where the Western attitude and ranching were lived everyday.

  • G. Harvey
    Western & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Hard Tack and Mail

    By G. Harvey

    G.Harvey and his images have influenced a worldwide enthusiasm and demand for contemporary American art for a generation. Few artists have intrigued and captivated art collectors as widely as the celebrated painter, G. Harvey.

  • Robert Peters
    Western Landscape

    View Portfolio

    March, Yavapai Point

    By Robert Peters

    Robert Peters has spent his life living in and absorbing all that the West and its magnificent landscapes offer.

  • Nancy Glazier
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Morning Magic

    By Nancy Glazier

    Nancy Glazier is passionate about her art and the subject of her art. This passion is evident in the way she paints and the way she lives – they are inseparable.

  • Ragan Gennusa
    Longhorns & Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Pinto Partners

    By Ragan Gennusa

    Ragan Gennusa grew up in East Texas enjoying the outdoors and sports, but he was drawn to art and could always be found using his pencils and brushes when he had an opportunity. “Art was just something I always enjoyed,” he recalls.

  • Bill Anton
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Fixin' a Flat

    By Bill Anton

    Bill Anton was born in Chicago in 1957 and later moved to Prescott, Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University.

  • Kyle Sims
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Summer Rumble

    By Kyle Sims

    As a native of the West, Kyle Sims’ love of the vast landscapes and the array of animals inhabiting them came naturally.

  • Bev Pettit
    Horses, Animals

    View Portfolio

    Magic Eye

    by Bev Pettit

  • Susan Blackwood
    Children

    View Portfolio

    Gardener's Helper

    By Susan Blackwood

  • Larry Dyke
    Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Shades of Spring

    By Larry Dyke

    Dyke is one of the most successful and acclaimed artists of his generation. He paints powerful landscapes inspired by his deep, personal belief in Christ and his frequent travels to domestic, international, and exotic locales.

  • Andy Thomas
    Western, Political & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Grand Ol Gang

    By Andy Thomas

    Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life.

  • Bruce Greene
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Sweet Nothins'

    By Bruce Greene

    Bruce Greene is a Western painter who has ridden trails and experienced the cowboy life he portrays in the very narrative images he creates.

  • Martin Grelle
    Western & Native American

    View Portfolio

    Dust in the Distance

    By Martin Grelle

    Whether painting the Native Americans in a dramatic, picturesque setting, or the American cowboy in the dusty cattle-working pens, Martin Grelle captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically-accurate, compelling images.

  • Phillip Philbeck
    Eastern Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Mount Mitchell in Autumn

    By Phillip Philbeck

    North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck.His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage.

  • Doug Hall
    Native American, Indians

    View Portfolio

    Steadfast

    by Doug Hall

  • G. Harvey
    Western & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Hard Tack and Mail

    By G. Harvey

    G.Harvey and his images have influenced a worldwide enthusiasm and demand for contemporary American art for a generation. Few artists have intrigued and captivated art collectors as widely as the celebrated painter, G. Harvey.

  • Robert Peters
    Western Landscape

    View Portfolio

    March, Yavapai Point

    By Robert Peters

    Robert Peters has spent his life living in and absorbing all that the West and its magnificent landscapes offer.

  • Nancy Glazier
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Morning Magic

    By Nancy Glazier

    Nancy Glazier is passionate about her art and the subject of her art. This passion is evident in the way she paints and the way she lives – they are inseparable.

  • Ragan Gennusa
    Longhorns & Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Pinto Partners

    By Ragan Gennusa

    Ragan Gennusa grew up in East Texas enjoying the outdoors and sports, but he was drawn to art and could always be found using his pencils and brushes when he had an opportunity. “Art was just something I always enjoyed,” he recalls.

  • Bill Anton
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Fixin' a Flat

    By Bill Anton

    Bill Anton was born in Chicago in 1957 and later moved to Prescott, Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University.

  • Kyle Sims
    Wildlife

    View Portfolio

    Summer Rumble

    By Kyle Sims

    As a native of the West, Kyle Sims’ love of the vast landscapes and the array of animals inhabiting them came naturally.

  • Bev Pettit
    Horses, Animals

    View Portfolio

    Magic Eye

    by Bev Pettit

  • Susan Blackwood
    Children

    View Portfolio

    Gardener's Helper

    By Susan Blackwood

  • Larry Dyke
    Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Shades of Spring

    By Larry Dyke

    Dyke is one of the most successful and acclaimed artists of his generation. He paints powerful landscapes inspired by his deep, personal belief in Christ and his frequent travels to domestic, international, and exotic locales.

  • Andy Thomas
    Western, Political & Nostalgic

    View Portfolio

    Grand Ol Gang

    By Andy Thomas

    Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life.

  • Bruce Greene
    Western

    View Portfolio

    Sweet Nothins'

    By Bruce Greene

    Bruce Greene is a Western painter who has ridden trails and experienced the cowboy life he portrays in the very narrative images he creates.

  • Martin Grelle
    Western & Native American

    View Portfolio

    Dust in the Distance

    By Martin Grelle

    Whether painting the Native Americans in a dramatic, picturesque setting, or the American cowboy in the dusty cattle-working pens, Martin Grelle captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically-accurate, compelling images.

  • Phillip Philbeck
    Eastern Landscape

    View Portfolio

    Mount Mitchell in Autumn

    By Phillip Philbeck

    North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck.His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage.

  • Doug Hall
    Native American, Indians

    View Portfolio

    Steadfast

    by Doug Hall


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