In this painting, the older sister is using a porcupine quill brush to brush her little sister's hair. This painting will be available at the @trailsidegalleries A View to the West Show in November. Sisters, 48"x24"
Currently working on this one as a painting and I'm EXCITED!!! ✨When I come across extra amazing pictures from wildland firefighters --you guys and gals get the best view🙌-- it makes me happy and honored that you allow me to use them as inspiration for my work. THANK YOU!!!🔥🎨
I've noticed that a lot of great western artist love Trump and his nationalistic views ,they make very raciest remarkes againest Mexicans but they paint and make thier living painting native indians it just pisses me off ,hipocrites !#drawing#sketch#westernart#cowboysketch
Pencil drawing of a cowboy, by well known Utah artist Farrell Collett (1907-2000). Born in Bennington, Idaho, Collett studied art at BYU, the University of Utah, the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco, and at the Art Institute in Chicago, as well as the American Academy of Art.