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The Art of Andy Thomas 
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NEW Bad Whiskey - This lone rider has his hands full as he frantically drives his steed ahead and pulls his pack horses with him up the rocky terrain.  With the angry grizzly about to attack, the desperate cowboy has no time to spare in trying to escape the huge, lunging bear.  Man and horse may not be much of a match for the girzzly's ire and strength.  Let's hope the rider and his horses are faster than the bear in this amazing scene.  Andy Thomas's work has been compared to the late Remington's for the wonderful action and stories in his images.  

NEW Grizzly Mountain - This lone rider has his hands full as he frantically drives his steed ahead and pulls his pack horses with him up the rocky terrain.  With the angry grizzly about to attack, the desperate cowboy has no time to spare in trying to escape the huge, lunging bear.  Man and horse may not be much of a match for the girzzly's ire and strength.  Let's hope the rider and his horses are faster than the bear in this amazing scene.  Andy Thomas's work has been compared to the late Remington's for the wonderful action and stories in his images.  


Charlie Russell and his Characters - Just as Russell is well-known for the narrative in his paintings, Andy Thomas is highly esteemed for his storytelling. This piece is a particularly good example. Charlie Russell shows off his newest creation to friends at his favorite watering hole, and his friends, all character themselves from an assortment of Russell paintings, crowd around to admire, and maybe critique, his work. 

Boom Town - The third release in Thomas' Boom Town Series, this piece shows all the hustle and bustle of a town teeming with activity. The derricks are both a back drop and an integral part of the town. Over night, literally hundreds of men seeking work on the oil rigs would invade a town.

Buffalo Hunt - In this piece, the dark strength of the buffalo contrasts dramatically with the white horse and its rider who want to take the buffalo for its meat and hide. The buffalo turns to attack before he is shot with the arrow, and we are caught at that precipitous moment.

The Mestenera -"We saw the fast-rising dust of a band of horses approaching us at an angle, and then, as they got closer, two riders were crowding them closely. One was a girl on a big white horse. As we watched, she raced alongside a sorrel that was crowding against other mustangs to get away from her. They were all going like the wind."

NEW The Hunted - What a wild ride through the rough landscape these outlaws are taking!  With no place else to go, these men drive their horses into the river hoping to escape the posse that must be in hot pursuit of them.  These desperados are trying to beat the odds of being captured as they make their escape into the water.  Andy Thomas's work has been compared with the late Remington as a master storyteller in his images.  With all the color and action of a wild West scene, Thomas brings the viewer into the story and makes his characters come alive.

Desperate Ride entices the viewer with the beginning of the tale: riders in trouble and desperate. We are left to wonder why. Are they the good guys or the "baddies"? Will they escape or will their desperate ride end in capture or even death? Excitement and narrative: the keystones of an Andy Thomas painting.


Draw Poker - Early in the evening the Welshman was sure he had an easy mark. He had, it was clear to see now, underestimated the old trapper. When he had raised the pot for the big strike the trapper had pulled yet another gold piece from his beaded pouch and called his bluff. Those soft gray eyes peered out from under the aged lids and missed nothing, and that put the pinch on the Welshman’s game. When the cowboys joined the table he was sure the situation would improve since their reckless play always fattened his pocket...


Grand Ol' Gang - Our Presidents have a uniquely solitary job. They surround themselves with the strength and wisdom of talented and experienced people, but as Harry Truman once said, “The buck stops here.” We can hardly imagine the weight of decisions they must bear. Perhaps that is why we are so familiar with the before and after photographs depicting the accelerated ageing process while in office. These leaders deserve some time to relax and unwind.

Republicans (Counterclockwise around the table beginning in lower left): GHW Bush, Lincoln, Ford, Nixon, T. Roosevelt, Eisenhower, GW Bush, Reagan


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