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      The Red Blanket

      $5,500

      23 X 20.5
      31 X 28 Framed
      Oil on Canvas

      In stock


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                  Tony Eubanks has been interested in art science since he was three years old and watched his uncle and cousin draw warplanes. Even though his dad was a test pilot, it wasn’t the planes that really fascinated Eubanks, it was the drawing.

                  As a child, he always looked at life with an artist’s eye. He once told a writer for “Art of the West” magazine, “Everything around me held potential. I drew anything I could think of from sports pictures to battle scenes, from movies to neighborhood houses to portraits of people; you name it found something to draw around every corner.”

                  By the time he was seven, his mother had given him his first set of oil paints. Frequent family moves stymied his growth in art, and he actually intended to study ranching when he enrolled at Texas Tech University in 1958; his dream was to become a cowboy. But animal science classes bored him. Walking by an art class one day rekindled his early interest in art. He transferred to North Texas University, which had a more comprehensive art program.

                  After graduation and marriage to Brenda Banks, he continued his studies at the Art Center in Los Angeles. He recalls his time there as “the most intensive training I had ever had. Everything finally clicked for me and my art came together all at once.”

                  Returning to Texas, Eubanks worked for several art agencies then began doing free lance illustration assignments for “Reader’s Digest”, “National Geographic”, “Time”, RCA, NBC and several other publishers.

                  By the mid-seventies he was growing tired of the hassle of illustration work and began placing a few paintings in Santa Fe galleries. Since then, Eubanks has been noted for the diversity of his subject matter – western paintings, landscapes, seascapes. Frequent travel to foreign countries only serves to whet his capricious appetite for painting a variety of subjects, but always with a timeless, charming and colorful appeal.

                  He is also attracted to the dramatic lighting that comes with early morning or late in the day light. He says, “Painting different subjects keeps me a lot fresher and interested in what I’m doing. I guess I’m attracted to new themes in the same way an actor is attracted to new roles.”

                  Eubanks’ work was most recently shown in the Masters of the American West at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, and the Northwest Rendezvous in Helena, Montana. He has received numerous awards for the Salmagundi Club of New York and the Copley Society of Boston. He is a signature member of Oil Painters of America and is represented in many well-known private and corporate collections, including the Library of Congress in Washington.

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                          To our Valued Customers

                           

                          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.

                          Currently, our physical locations will not be open to the public.  We hope to reopen with the Broadmoor Resort and Properties on May 22nd for Memorial Day Weekend.  Until then we plan to be fully functional through our website, social media, email, phone calls, and texts.  Explore our website’s new chat feature for immediate contact with an associate.  If you have any questions about our pieces or artists please reach out.  Our associates are able to respond to any of your inquiries and will do so promptly.

                          Gallery Directors
                          Krista Steed
                          719.577.5744
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                          Jamie Oberloh
                          719.577.5764
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                          John Marzolf
                          Owner
                          Broadmoor Galleries
                          928.231.3564
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                          We are able to ship products directly to you or arrange a safe pick up at an offsite location. If there is anything we’ve missed or any other way we can help you please let us know!

                          We’ll get through this together. Sincerely,

                          John Marzolf and the Broadmoor Galleries Staff