"Steel 'N Steam"
Across Historic Rails 1825-1950
#1 in the American Reflection Series is available NOW 24" x 30" $45. - signed 44 gemstone arrowheads; 150 Indian tribes recognized by the US government in 2000AD; tribes of 1840; Peace Pipes; great visual appeal!
"Texas Longhorn Brands"
In celebration of a sacred emblem of freedom, "Liberty Heritage" extols the time-tested and steadfast guarantee of the American people's empowerment. Emblazoned with images of firearms from many eras of American history, the original symbol of the United States' freedom is depicted in all its forms. To recognize the citizen's unquestionable will and voice, "Liberty Heritage: shows the backbone of the American Revolution, the legendary Minuteman with his muzzle-loader, followed by an icon of the next generation, a mythic hero of the American frontier, who in turn yields to an unmanned rifle of our modern day and age set beneath a clock tower whose face is set five minutes to 12 o'clock to signal the growing lack of concern regarding the right to bear arms. The imagery serves to highlight the many quotes from founding fathers and later historic American heroes who esteemed the firearm as the means by which the founding fathers upheld their self-evident truths, and that the firearm is to remain the promise of preserving American sacrifice and victory for future generations. Join with us as we rally around our heritage of liberty, that we retain our one and only reliable safeguard against tyranny.
"Texas Winning Spirit"
Includes 9"x12" "Allegiance to Freedom" (shown below).
Limited Edition of 3500 signed and numbered with certificate $75.00 retail AVAILABLE NOW Surveyor history with early surveying tools dating back to 14th century
Open Range shows many of the items essential to the cowboy in the 19th century. The Central art depicts a typical evening around the campfire by the chuck wagon.
"Law and Order of the West"
The West is the latest art commemorating the American West. This 24" x 30" print shows 47 guns of the West, 30 early law badges (many rare), bullets, shot sizes, patent drawings of early gun patents, and more surrounds the central art sub-titled, "Partners In Pursuit".
Barbed Inventions shows wire, machines and tools used in forming barbed wire. The wire samples, named and dated, are different than the wire shown on previous prints. The central art shows a vast land with a fence and a Harris Hawk setting atop one post of the fence.
Buffalo rifles and brief account of the buffalo herds during the 1800s. "Open Range" 24" x 30" Retail - $45. Open Range shows many of the items essential to the cowboy in the 19th century. The Central art depicts a typical evening around the campfire by the chuck wagon. The Law & The Order Of The West is the latest art commemorating the American West. This 24" x 30" print shows 47 guns of the West, 30 early law badges (many rare), bullets, shot sizes, patent drawings of early gun patents, and more surrounds the central art sub-titled, "Partners In Pursuit". Retail: $45. signed by Gary Crouch Buffalo Frontier is sized to companion "The TEXAN", 16" x 38". The three colorful illustrations are from three previous prints, each showing buffalo on the range. The rifles were commonly used to hunt the buffalo. Text gives brief account of the buffalo frontier 1870 to 1880.
Lost Wagons central art shows an abandoned wagon in western territory. The oval art is surrounded by wagons of the past, from the Conestoga to the Chuck wagon with nomenclature of components.
"Signs of Winter"
The Gallery Print displays 28 select prints from 2002 to 2008. The central painting shows a pioneer crossing the river with an Indian on horseback in the edge of the trees viewing the leaving of the early morning campfire.