This is the third version of this picture, and the first in an acrylic. One was a sketch on a legal pad, and the second was the digital version of it. This last version is as different from them, as they are from each other.
The interesting thing is, what started out to be a Remington style painting, ended up being more in the style of French Impressionist. I hope you enjoy this acrylic as much as I do. The quick backstory is this, a little calf, scared and alone, thinks he’s lost in the cold Montana winter. Until the Herdsman, after searching for a couple of hours, finds him.
They both make it back to a warm fire, and families that love them. Now, they have a connection, bigger than they did before. Our relationship with God is wonderful from the onset, but it deepens, as we snuggle in to His arm, knowing He will bring us safely through all our winter storms!
This was a quick acrylic in primitive style of my favorite western hero, “Bat Masterson”. Anyone remember the song? “He had a cane, and a derby hat, they called him Bat, Bat Masterson.”
I had a little trouble with the lighting, but here is an acrylic of King David. It’s been a project of mine recently, to create either sculptures, sketches, or paintings of great Biblical leaders. King David is mine of my favorites, and I hope you enjoy this acrylic on cardboard, of him.
It’s amazing what you can do with a free piece of cardboard. That’s what this acrylic, “Balcony Of Snow”, is painted on.
Did this small acrylic “Smoky Mountains View” between services at an incredible, life changing #iafconference!
We hope you enjoy our latest acrylic “Nashville Sunrise”.
Experimenting with acrylic on cardboard in this Christmas painting of The Midnight Express.
We hope you enjoy our Sunday Afternoon Art Post, “Tuscany”.
“Sailing Through Central Park” is one of those pieces of art that every painter gets excited about. By nature, artists are there worst critics, it’s rare when we actually like something that we’ve painted. This is one of those exceptions, of all the paintings I’ve ever painted, this is my one of favorite acrylics.
There is something about the application of paint to a canvas that is magical. As a result, were only going to offer limited editions of this print, twenty to be exact. PruittWrites Gallery is currently offering twenty 16 x 20 unframed prints for $25.00 each.
Once these twenty are gone, they and the original painting will be the only versions on the market, and currently the original isn’t for sale. If you like to purchase a print, email us @ PruittWrites@gmail.com
We hope you enjoy our latest acrylic “Performance In The Park”.