It is Rodeo time in Houston and to celebrate I am featuring art from my Southwest series of original oil paintings. This is Day 5 and the last day I offer new original works. Not a bad thing since the rest of the originals in this series have already sold! Time to hit the easel again. Check out the remaining originals listed below and today’s featured painting and special offer. Thanks for your support.
Each day I featured a new original oil painting that I am offering at a 50% savings!! This offer stands through the end of Rodeo on March 18, 2018.
Day 1 – Bold Beauty, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 – SOLD (only available in prints)
Day 2 – Calling ’em Home, oil on canvas, 30 x 30, Retail $3,000; Offer $1,500
Day 3 – One In A Crowd, oil on canvas, 12 x 12, Retail: $500; Offer $250
Day 4 – Obstinance, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 Retail: $500; Offer $250
And if you would rather have a print or a decorative item from an inventory of decorative accents to lifestyle articles, you can order your selection directly from the link provided below to take the art with you in a practical and functional way. These items are available to you by clicking the link.
Today’s featured painting “Tagged” an oil on 12″ x 12″ gallery wrapped canvas. Retail price: $500. Special Offer: $250. Free delivery in the continental US. Send a message using the form below if you are interested in this original painting:
This is the link to the prints, decor and lifestyle articles with my artwork:
I’ve participated in the Rodeo as a donor for fundraising efforts, as a volunteer to judge inventive minds, as a concert attendee enjoying artists from Alan Jackson to Lady Antebellum, and as a mom taking her kids to have a great time on the rides and petting the animals.
The inspiration for these paintings came from a visit to a real ranch just west of Houston. I spent the day visiting with my easel and painting the great spring scenes. I grew up spending time at a ranch so being around cattle is like smelling roses to me!
Tagging is a lot better than branding if you’re considering the traditional ranch marking of the animals. This particular animal was young and because of the fine features I wondered if long horn cows also have horns and I learned that bulls, steers and cows on some occasions can have horns. And since it’s rodeo time you may want to brush up on your cattle terminology.
This special offer is a great opportunity to take an original Lilibeth Andre painting home! It would be an honor to hang on your walls. You can also follow me on Facebook.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you liked the artwork. Ya’ll come back!