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Farmer’s Morning
Farmer’s Morning

Farmer's Morning The morning sun brings a new day with the hope that crops take root and the fall harvest will be plentiful. The livestock are...

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Stormy Seas
Stormy Seas

Stormy Seas Up from the depths, when you are as big as a Blue Whale a little rough water isn't a problem. Another watercolor in what seems to be...

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Midnight Orca
Midnight Orca

Midnight Oraca The Orca is my favorite of all of natures creations, I could site on the shores of Northern British Columbia for days watching them....

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Blue Whale Rising
Blue Whale Rising

The Blue Whale Rising We have all seen the pictures but few have had the opportunity to actually meet the leviathan of the sea. His size alone makes...

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A Littlel Bit Of Heaven
A Littlel Bit Of Heaven

A Little Piece of Heaven This was my childhood church. It's only maintenance has been a new coat of paint, other than that it hasn't changed in 60...

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North Fork Ranger Cabin
North Fork Ranger Cabin

North Fork Ranger Cabin Located west of Millarville just past the Quirk Creek Plant on Three Point Creek is the Chinook Ranch owned by John and...

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Blooming Desert
Blooming Desert

Blooming Desert Under the watercolor sky stands a ridge of sandstone mountains somewhere in the desert. The mountins give way to the rugged dessert...

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Black Wolf
Black Wolf

Black Wolf The wolf is one of the most iconic animals in North America. The stories, myths and legends have been passed down for generations. They...

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Eagle
Eagle

Eagle The Eagle is one of the most recognizable birds of prey in the world. The subject of legends since man has roamed the earth. The symbol of...

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Magic In A Puddle
Magic In A Puddle

Magic In A Puddle Admit it, we have all been there. It's as if there is something in the glistening little piece of water that is beckoning, daring...

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The Rough Stock Pen
The Rough Stock Pen

The Rough Stock Pen Brighten your day with an impressionistic style digital oil painting of a group of very colorful horses. Referenced by a...

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Calving Time
Calving Time

Calving Time Calving time comes once a year. Signaling a new beginning. Long nights with little sleep, concern for the mamas and their newborns is...

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The Wolf
The Wolf

The Wolf All the time I spent in the high country of Southern Alberta I never got to actually see a wolf. Oh they were there and when we were...

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Canadian Ice Fields
Canadian Ice Fields

I Canadian Ice Fields This painting was referenced from a picture my sister took of the Canadian Ice Fields on a helicopter trip she took with my...

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A Mother’s Love
A Mother’s Love

A Mother's Love There is a certain peace that overcomes me when I chance to see a mother with her newborn foal. So many questions come to mind, how...

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Learning to Swim
Learning to Swim

Learning To Swim The Salt River wild horses spend a great deal of time in the river. This mare is teaching her colt ways of the river and the best...

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Red Painted Horse
Red Painted Horse

 Red Painted Horse Who doesn't like a bit of color? Paint horses come in a multitude of patterns and colors and you never know just what you are...

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A New Day Dawns
A New Day Dawns

A New Day Dawns With the sun rise we are given a brand new day to do with as we will. Yesterday is over and never to return. Today is new, just for...

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Little Red Truck
Little Red Truck

Little Red Truck A little whimsey, a bit of fun carried away in a little red truck. Taking a break from my conventioal art is fun and most of my...

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Charolais Girls
Charolais Girls

The Charolais Girls  Copyright C. Kelts 2019 Curious by nature cows can brighten your day if you give them a chance to. This pastel oil, referenced...

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Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren

Carolina Wren Measured in ounces, no neck to speak of, a body shaped like a walnut and a tail that stands at attention a good deal of the time. One...

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Winter Jay
Winter Jay

Winter Jay Jay's of all types are cheekey, aggressive, colorful and territorial. They have no problem pecking birds of prey three times their size....

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Deep Blue Sea
Deep Blue Sea

Deep Blue Sea How many times have I dreamed of a chance encounter with a leviathan of the deep blue sea. The Blue Whale conjures up fantastical...

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Bobcat
Bobcat

This is a city cat, one of the many bobcats that have adapted to life in the middle of the DFW Metroplex. One of my favorite places to spend my time...

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Rocky Mountain Big Horn
Rocky Mountain Big Horn

Rocky Mountain Big Horn A native Alberta mammal, the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep was designated as the provincial animal in 1989. Prehistoric...

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Red Shouldered Sentry
Red Shouldered Sentry

Very few can strike such an imposing pose, the Red-shouldered Hawk has it down to a science. They can't do cute. The red-shouldered hawk is a...

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City Hawk
City Hawk

This particular Red Tail is a regular in our neighborhood. Adjusted to life in the city he is very comfortable crusing the back yards picking off...

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Swallow Shenanigans
Swallow Shenanigans

The Barn Swallow Everyone has marveled at the antics of the swallow and thanked them for eating every mosquito the can find. Not to mention all the...

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The Ranch
The Ranch

This is home to me. I spent my childhood roaming these hills. Limited only by my imagination life was a continous adventure. Yes I know how lucky I...

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The Red Tail Hawk
The Red Tail Hawk

Hawks are often seen as a symbol of power in Native American cultures. Like eagles, they are symbols of courage and strength. In some tribes, such...

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