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Foggy Morning (Joe Beeler)

"Foggy Morning" by Joe Beeler. The legendary Joe Beeler (1931-2006) was an American illustrator, artist and sculptor specializing in the field of Western art. In 1965, he co-founded the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) with Charlie Dye, John Hampton and George Phippen. Beeler was a pioneer in contemporary Western art. He was there at the beginning of the tremendous development of that territory in the early 1960's. Raised in Oklahoma and Missouri, Beeler received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kansas State Teachers College and continued his studies at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. His professional career began in illustration at the University of Oklahoma Press in Norman. This gave him the confidence to pursue an artist’s career, and collectors were quick to acquire his paintings. The success of his one-man show at the Gilcrease Museum in 1960 established him on a course that would lead to national acclaim and a string of honors and awards. He lived and worked in Sedona, Arizona from 1961 to his death in 2006. Numerous medals and awards have been bestowed on Beeler’s work, including gold and silver honors in sculpture, silver in drawing, and an Artists’ Choice Award, all from the CAA organization; there aren’t many artists who can claim such versatility. In 1994, the Arizona Historic League named him an “Arizona History Maker”—an award presented to a very select group of Arizonans. In 1998, Canada’s Cowboy Festival presented “Living Legends Awards” to six individuals in different categories of cowboy culture, and Beeler was the artist honored by the Canadian group. Joe Beeler died Wednesday April 26, 2006. He was helping neighbors and friends rope and brand calves when he succumbed to a heart attack...Joe was 74 years old. Here is one of his ULTRA-RARE EARLY PRINTS..."Foggy Morning", published in 1972 by Franklin Press. You will be hard-pressed to find another of these anywhere else on the internet; they just don't come up that often. We have one in great condition for its age and rarity...and it is HAND SIGNED in pencil by the artist!! Print image is 15" x 24". Only one in stock.

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