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Afternoon on the Brazos
Texas rivers define their appreciators with individuality that seeps from the waterway's personality.
Saturday Sun at the Track
People vary as much as the thoroughbreds they bet their hard-earned money on.
Painted prior to the latest hurricane, the artist hopes this port still displays Texas charm.
Cotton was King
Many abandoned gins dot the Texas landscape almost forgotten from the days the crop led our economy.
Red Stripe Sail
The gulf wind pushes this sailboat almost off the painting.
Out My Window
A Galveston ship captain's wife waits for her sailor to come home.
This is about the horses and the Oaks. The barn happens to be there.
Port Isabel Lighthouse
Recently, this landmark came alive with a new light. This was painted year's ago.
Waiting for a Fare
A study in red and orange.
The road in McAllen, Texas, to the artist, symbolized the Rio Grande Valley.
Sunlight through trees across Fall grass demanded this painting.
Fort Worth Shuffle
Texans boot scoot the two-step until early morning.
A study in pink.
Seashell and Marbles
Loved the contrast of the glass marbles with the sea shell.
This small church in East Texas reminds the artist of his mother.
Lone Star Burger
Burger and fries mean Texas ties.
Near Cut 'n Shoot
The fog caught the artist's attention. The rusty truck was an additional temptation.
Rain. Rain. Rain.
A normal morning walk in the Texas hill country.
Light and shade play across the water.
Delicate petals float in dark water.
Misty Morning Sweetgums, Two
One of four paintings featuring stark Sweet Gums.
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