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December  2017 - April 2018

 10th Anniversary Show

Steamboat Art Museum
Steamboat Springs, CO

 

"Steppin' Out"
Watercolor      20" X 13"
 

Available

December  2017 - April 2018

 10th Anniversary Show

Steamboat Art Museum Steamboat Springs, CO

 

September 8-9, 2017

Quest For The West Show

Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN

 

"Last Stage From Sedalia"
Oil      24" X 36"
 

Available

September 8-9, 2017

Quest For The West Show

Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN

 

"Painting The Medicine Shield"
Oil      24" X 30"
 

Available

September 8-9, 2017

Quest For The West Show

Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN

 

"Compadres"
Watercolor      17" X 26"
 

Available

September 8-9, 2017

Quest For The West Show

Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN

 

"Chien de Camp-1824"
Oil      12" X 9"
 

Available

September 8-9, 2017

Quest For The West Show

Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN

Settlers West Gallery
Tucson, AZ

 

"Lakota Elder "
Watercolor      20" X 14"
 

Available

Settlers West Gallery
Tucson, AZ

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

 

"Tipi Light"
Oil      12" X 10"
 

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

"Crossing Willow Creek"
Watercolor      16" X 26"
 

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

“Capt. Varnum's Scouts“ 
Oil          30" x 40"

Capt. Charles Varnum, a graduate of West Point, was the commander of Crow and Arikaree scouts for the 7th Cavalry based at Ft. Lincoln. He was involved in several expeditions including the Yellowstone Expedition, the Black Hills Expedition, and the Sioux Wars where he and his scouts reported a huge Indian village near the Little Bighorn River. After reporting to Custer, his advice was ignored and Custer decided to attack resulting in the terrible defeat. Varnum accompanied Marcus Reno and Frederick Benteen, and survived the battle. He continued with the 7th Cavalry and was awarded the Army Medal of Honor for distinguished gallantry in 1897. He was the last surviving officer of the Battle of the Little Bighorn when he died in 1936 at the age of 86.

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

"The Dowry Robe"
Watercolor      20" X 13.5"
 

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

 

“A Good Trade“ 
14" x 28 “       Watercolor

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

 

“Lady in Waiting“ 
21" x 15 “       Watercolor

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

 

“Shoshone Sundown“ 
12" x 9 “       Oil

Available

Insight Gallery
Fredericksburg, TX

www.insightgallery.com

 

Legacy Gallery
Jackson Hole, WY
Scottsdale, AZ
Bozeman, MT

 

"Defiant"
Watercolor      12 1/2" X 15 1/2"
 

Available

Legacy Gallery
Scottsdale, AZ

 

 

"A Little Help"
Watercolor      12" X 22"
 

Available

Legacy Gallery
Scottsdale, AZ

 

 

"Telling The Winter Count"
Oil      24" X 30"
 

Available

Legacy Gallery
Jackson, WY

www.legacygallery.com 

 

 

"The Moccasin Trade"
Oil      36" X 54"

Available at

Legacy Gallery

www.legacygallery.com 

Wild Horse Gallery

Steamboat Springs, CO

 

 

"Blessing The Bonnet Case"
Oil      24" X 36"
 

Available

Wild Horse Gallery
Steamboat Springs, CO

www.wildhorsegallery.com

 

From The Artist
  "Trading In Monkey Park"
Oil      36" X 48"

Private Commission  

From the Artist

 

 

"Winter Light"
Oil      24" X 30"

Available  

From the Artist

   
 

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