Current Work in Progress
I recently completed TEXAS AFTERNOON (44” x 64”) for a collector in Texas. Obviously, he loves Texas! He’s a collector that I’ve done work for in the past! This painting sprung from a picture I had in my mind of a cowboy sitting on the platform of an old beat up windmill. I specifically wanted to paint a windmill that was old and full of bullet holes so that it had a little character. Like everything else in Texas the windmill needed to be big. I know that there is a lot of old windmills in Texas, however, I wanted to create something totally unique. I had my son David model for this painting. He sat on a piece of wood, and I used that picture and created and painted the windmill around him. Gratefully, the collector loved it and has added it to his private cooperate collection. It was lots of fun to paint!
TEXAS AFTERNOON (44” x 64”)
My son, David, modeling for TEXAS AFTERNOON