Another of my wife’s favorites…it truly is a strikingly beautiful original stone/metal sculpture that, at first glance, can take your breath away!
The blossoms are crafted from Pink Opal gemstones, famous White Eastern Alabama Marble, White and yellow South Dakota Quartz, and Classic Yellow Marble, Black Marble, and Mauve Marble from Western Canada.
The base is a wonderful brown speckled Granite River Rock that is highlighted with large gemstones of Light Green Jade, Medium Green Jade, Rough Pink Opal, Yellow Quartz, and Orange Quartz.
The hand crafted leaves and stems are Brass and Steel. The entire composition is held together with high-tech permanent glue and is coated with Crystal Clear Acrylic to protect from stains and to bring out the beautiful natural colors of the stones.
Rubberized plastic feet are provided on the bottom to protect your furniture. And the sculpture is signed on the bottom with the date of creation.
It truly is one of a kind.
The fellow (now deceased) riding this wild bronco is being researched by award winning author Janie Botkin.
The fellow riding, the subject of Janie’s extensive research, is somewhat famous in the Dubois, Wyoming area. See the article below for additional information concerning how the 1930s photo of this wild bronco ride was used to create the painting.
Click on to Janie’s blog for more detailed information concerning her book that presently is being created. The book will be published in the near future:
Oil on Canvass….painted in early 1980s….a view from Tagert Lake
Won first prize in Lincoln, NE city wide show.
Prints on canvass…$40 to $100
Contact John at email@example.com for sizes and prices. ($40 to$150)
The Grand Teton Mountains from String Lake
Road to the Teton Montains
Up Cascade Canyon in Teton Mountains
See other paintings in “Paintings.” https://johnfosterart.com/paintings/
A strikingly beautiful one-of-a-kind natural stone-gemstone table lamp sculpture by artist John Foster – offered without the lamp shade!
This original work of art that is so unique and beautiful you will never see another quite like it. The artistic complex technical concept was developed by John over a period of several years.
It was created from a variety of colorful stones that were selected personally by the artist from various sites ranging from Western Canada to Eastern Alabama. It also was created from gemstones that were selected from various sources around the world.
Oil painting that was created using a historic photo of Chief Joseph.
Prints on canvass…offered in several sizes from 8″ x 10″ to 24″ x 36″ — contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The print on canvass is on fine linen stretched over a quality wood frame. …A little over 2 weeks delivery. (Search the astonishing story of Chief Joseph.)
A print on canvass gives you the excitement of an original oil painting at a very low price.
Prints on canvass or acrylic also are available from $40 to $100.
This wild bronco ride was captured on film in 1932 in Pinedale, Wyoming. It was Bump Boedeker riding. He was the father of a friend who is now deceased. By the late 1950s, the photo was know in that area to be one of the best dynamic photos of all time, showing a man breaking a bronc. This wonderful, one-of-a-kind painting was created on archival hardboard in 2008. The painting is 18″ x 24.” The frame is 28″ x 34.” It truly is a pleasure to view. I especially am fond of it because I use to break and train horses in Dubois, Wyoming when my friend was the cook on the Red Rock Ranch.
Boedeker Butte was named after him or his family. It is located several miles north of Dubois, Wyo, just above Bog Lake, an area where I also created oil paintings.
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Print on canvass or acrylic of “The Bronc”: $40 to $100.
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Both or either would look great in your home or business!
Meet Jim Wilcox…an excellent artist who created his own gallery. He now has two galleries, one on the highway 1 mile north of Jackson, Wyoming and one in town that is managed by his son Eric – who by the way is an excellent bronze sculptor. Please click on the Wilcox Gallery at