An Oil Commission of my client’s daughter for her bday in the wind above the Valley in Colorado.
A Commission for the cover of the Taos Gallery Guide composed and executed in 2018. Me and my dog!
A Commissioned oil of my clients daughter walking down the street in front of his building. His cars
The highest lift in the US to the most extreme terrain in North America. The Kachina Lift at TSV.
A textural Monotype 1/1 featuring embossment through texturing the plate prior to printing.
An oil commission for a beautiful shop in Oklahoma. A very classy Lady owns this one.
White Face Bull was an Oil commission done with a palette knife to create an impasto Oil.
Monotype commissioned for a client with instructions to “just do whatever you want but make it nice!
A 5′ by 7′ oil commission using the keywords “Elk, Fishers Peak, River, and Vibrant Sky”. Love this!
An oil commission to commemorate my clients visit to a Chuckwagon cookout with his father as a boy
Monotype commission for a dear lady who loves the Ranchos Church and Sunflowers too.
A Monotype commission for my Texas clients who have owned Longhorns. Each one is like one they had.
Southwest Oil Painting created in Taos by Pat Woodall.
Original Oil for sale of the returning of two braves on a deer hunt.
A small impasto Oil suing a palette knife and brush to capture the light on snow.
On a ride through Texas you see a lot of old derricks. The sunset looked like an American Sky.
The Rock House is the home of Pat Woodall Fine Art and Southwest Framers. This Oil I did early morn.
A thick impasto Oil of the forest. this one is framed in a mosaic glazed tile custom frame I like.
Taos Valley is made of mountains and plains in a high mountain plateau fed by the rain and snow.
A Monotype that started as a black plate of oil etching inks. I used a cloth to draw into the ink.
Graphic art at its finest, Lillies and flowers juxtaposed against a starry night sky.
A beautiful adobe restaurant in winter snow with the umbrellas still up amid the leafless trees. Ah.