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Gail Daley Old West & Rodeo Art


Ghost Town
  • Ghost Town
  • Acrylic Painting | 24" x 36" x 1"
  • Acrylic
  • Mother and baby donkey in a ghost town. The baby is asleep in the middle of the street.
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Red Bull
  • Red Bull
  • Acrylic Painting | 18" x 24" x 1"
  • Two cowboys are getting ready to ride a bull at the Rodeo
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Strike It Rich
  • Strike It Rich
  • Acrylic Painting | 36" x 24" x 1"
  • 24hx36w acrylic on canvas,historical,gold panning art,49ers
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Waiting On The Assay
  • Waiting On The Assay
  • Acrylic Painting | 30" x 24" x 1"
  • Kingman, Arizona has a ghost town museum. When we visited it, my husband and son kindly posed in front of the stable (complete with a fake horse, which I omitted from the painting!). I backdated their clothes to the 1800Â’s and they became two miners waiting for the local assayer to tell them how much their gold was worth. This took an honorable mention at the 2010 Old West/Rodeo Show in Clovis, and at the 2010 Swedish Art Festival in Kingsburg.
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The Long Hunters
  • The Long Hunters
  • Acrylic Painting | 36" x 24" x 1"
  • From around 1700 to 1830, early explorers were sometimes called “Long Hunters” because they were gone so long from civilization. The lived off the land, and earned a marginal living by trapping and hunting. Washington and many others used their knowledge of the area and fighting techniques during the French and Indian Wars, and the Revolutionary war. Later, after the Lewis and Clark expeditions successful return, the Hudson Bay Fur trading Company among others was organized. Fur trading then became so successful that many species of wildlife were endangered.
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Saddle Pals
  • Saddle Pals
  • Acrylic Painting | 36" x 24" x 2"
  • As a child, my first loves were horses and then dogs. What better way to combine childhood memories than a painting that embodies both? Cowboys have used dogs as herding partners practically ever since they started gathering cows. I used my dog Shep as a model for the dog. However, I had to take a few liberties with her; she is a Samoyed cross and I had to go back to her Border Collie roots and make her a smaller dog; a little longer and narrower. She told me she didnÂ’t mind.
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Heading For Rendezvous
  • Heading For Rendezvous
  • Acrylic Painting | 36" x 24" x 1"
  • From around 1700 to 1830, early explorers were sometimes called “Long Hunters” because they were gone so long from civilization. The lived off the land, and earned a marginal living by trapping and hunting. Later, after the Lewis and Clark expeditions successful return, the Hudson Bay Fur trading Company among others was created. They developed Rendezvous in the summer for selling and trading of furs and supplies needed by the mountain men. The most famous of these is the “Green Mountain Rendezvous” which still takes place; re-enactors put on quite a show for the tourists and have a great time themselves.
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