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      On The Crow

      $6,000

      17 X 12
      26 X 21 Framed
      Oil on Canvas

      In stock


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                  b.1946

                  An artist whose experience as a working cowboy gave him first hand knowledge of western subjects.
                  His paintings exhibit a fanciful, graphic style mixed with a taste for pop culture interpretations of
                  western figures especially cowboy and cowgirl iconography. He approaches traditional themes with humor, strong sense of design, and a sunny palette, all of which give his work a lighthearted flavor. Blake has said of his work that it combines “fine art with decorative style the idea to create an era,
                  a nostalgia, so the image can evoke memories of a simple time.”

                  Besides painting and sculpture he has done silk scarves, album covers, furniture, dinnerware, clothing and travel canvas bags, his posters are colorful and can be seen in most western galleries.

                  Buckeye's work can be seen in the these permanent collections:

                  Buffalo Bill Historical Center
                  3m museum
                  Denver Art Museum
                  C.M. Russell Museum
                  Harmsen Collection
                  Buckeye Blake has had a one man retrospect at the Buffalo Bill Historical Society.
                  Monuments include C.M. Russell in Great Falls, Montana and Kit Carson in Carson City, Nevada.
                  Buckeye Blake has also been featured in countless magazines and publications.
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                          During this time of crisis, when our lives are upended daily as new information is available, John Marzolf and the staff at the Broadmoor Galleries want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your partnership and loyalty.  We are reminded of our strength in the community during this moment and we are truly grateful for our extended family.  We have been contacted by many of our artists, who are also concerned about our current events and they’ve decided to lower their prices during these uncertain times.  We know that as the world seems to stand, still life continues to happen - birthdays, anniversaries, Easter and Mother’s Day all will still occur and these lower prices will ease the strain at this time.  Inquire about specific pieces and Krista or Jamie will let you know the temporality lowered prices.

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                          John Marzolf
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                          Broadmoor Galleries
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