Frontier Energy Lajos Markos Size 60 by 48 Painted approximately 1960
Wicked Pony Frederick Remington (owned by John Newbern)
Stephen Sebastian, a painter who currently lives in Irvine, CA, often works in a variety of mediums. Strong design and use of light have are fundamental for his work. Many of the mediums Sebastian uses in his color pallet have been custom created to help achieve the rhythm and flow of his realistic but very expressionistic finished work. Brushstrokes are apparent, but precise. Transparent glazing techniques help achieve the jewel-like quality in the finished pieces.
Stock Market Boys Stephen Sebastian 22 X 23 numbered print
Sophy Brown, a highly respected Western artist, uses bold color and striking brush strokes to convey the wild energy of horses and cowboys in motion. Though the forceful strokes give an impression of quick creation, her paintings, suffused with intensity, are the result of a pain-staking process. She studies photographs, anatomy books and her own horses.
Brown's deft and unusual way of brushing draws many admirers to her work.
Brown, who was born in Birmingham England and educated at the University of London and the University of Michigan, is now working on a series of paintings depicting cowboys in scenes of ranching life.
Get Out Of Jail Free Sophy Brown 49 X 49 acrylic on board
Hit Me With Your Best Shot Sophy Brown 70 X 46 acrylic on board
The Bulldogger's Ballet Sophy Brown 57 X 48 acrylic on board
Troubled Asset Relief Program Sophy Brown 57 ½ X 27 ½ acrylic on board
It Takes Two Sophy Brown 35 X 25 acrylic on board
Belly Up Sophy Brown 47 ½ X 46 acrylic on board
All Tied Up Sophy Brown 47 X 46, acrylic on board
You Go Girl Sophy Brown 45 X 35 ½ acrylic on board
The Chase Sophy Brown 17 X 17, acrylic on board
Raymond Everett was born in New Jersey in 1885, but he has deep Texas roots. He fell in love with Texas' beauty and its subject matter while studying for a degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin, where he would eventually head up the architecture department. In his spare time, Everett created Western scenes in multiple mediums, including paint and sculpture. He traveled all across the state, capturing the danger of the rodeo, the beauty of the hill country and the heart of everyday life here.
This series of paintings, created by Everett in 1912, once hung on the walls of Houston's famed Rice Hotel. Using rich blues, greens, browns and rusts, the pieces depict life in frontier Texas.
Crossing the Pecos River Raymond Everett Texas; 36 ½ X 72 oil on panel
The Alamo Raymond Everett 37 X 75 oil on panel
The State Capitol of Texas Raymond Everett 38 ½ X 74 ½ oil on panel
The Roundup Raymond Everett 39"X 71 oil on panel
Surrender of Santa Anna to General Sam Houston Raymond Everett 38 ½ X 51 oil on panel
The artist Randy Peyton, a fourth-generation Texan, resides somewhere between the picturesque landscape of the Hill Country and dreamy state of Paris Impressionism. He even has a series of painting that incorporate Monet's lilypads into Texas scenes.
The self-taught artist – he designed marketing materials for a bank while painting in his spare time –developed an intense following among Texas art collectors. He has an incredibly disciplined approach to painting, often spending 12 hours a day in his studio.
Peyton's vibrant works often incorporate architecture, like the beautiful the mission of San Antonio, as well as landscapes bursting with color from blue bonnets and other Texas flowers.
A Texan Spring Randy Peyton 48X36 oil on canvas
The newest Worthington National Bank office, located in Colleyville, is home to a unique collection of twelve accurate replicas of historic Texas flags, including The Alamo Flag, the First Flag of the Republic and The Lone Star Texas Statehood Flag.
The Lone Star Texas Statehood Flag 46" X 31"
The Goliad Flag 45" X 31"
Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders Flag 31" X 45"
The Alamo Flag 31X 46
The Troutman Flag 31X 46
Third Flag of the Republic 31X 46
Captain Scott's Flag 31X 46
First Flag of the Republic 31X 46
Flag of the Texas Navy 31X 46
Second Flag of the Republic 31X 46
The Gonzales Flag 31X 46
Flag of the New Orleans Gray 31X 46
The Lone Star Texas Statehood Flag 31X46
The Dodson Flag 59 X 24
San Jacinto Flag 40 X 37
The United States and Manifest Destiny
The Republic of Texas 1849
New Map of Texas (The Mitchell Map) 44 X 38
Empire State 41 X 39
US and the Republic of Texas 45 X 38
Agriculture and Geologic map 44 X 41
The Official American Recognition of the Republic of Texas 55 X 40