Thick pasty oil paint on canvas will leave lots of texture. This painting was inspired after a hike in the Black Hill of South Dakota in very late summer. The early day was cool and some of the leaves were just beginning to turn.
Watercolor on textured pebble poster board
Sold in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, 2015 – no prints available
18 inches by 24 inches, but with its frame this exceptional piece is 30 inches by 36 inches. Custom prints available on Cotton Rag and Bamboo.
This post contains a simple watercolor that reminds me of my youth. I grew up on the reservation in the 1950’s. Occasionally riders would pass by our home late evening or early morning. When the sky turns red, I think back and remember sounds and sights of horses walking by kicking up dust. Original has been sold. No prints available at this time.
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Where possible I use lower quality images so that the pictures will load more quickly, however, several individuals like more detailed images. I generally do not sell paintings online. I sell directly at various art shows throughout the country. Please feel free to suggest art shows if you like. Also, I have done a bit of custom paintings and you’ll just have to call or email me for more information. Thanks, Mitch.