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Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 10:48 — L.G.L

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Texas Best Burger Joint No Longer Exists!

Fri, 05/15/2015 - 07:57 — L.G.L

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Make Mine a Double!

Mon, 04/20/2015 - 10:57 — L.G.L

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Bluebonnets are in full array here in Montague County!

Sat, 04/18/2015 - 16:58 — L.G.L

We've been trying to get the grandsons portrait made in the bluebonnets up in our neck of the woods. When we have the time and energy, it's raining or too windy, or too dark, or too . . . well, you get it. When we don't have the time, the weather is perfect. I think it's all about coordination. By the way, thanks so much to my son, Neil, for getting this blog off high center. I hope you will look forward to reading my little pearls of wisdom and humor. Texas has a way of doing that to you. You have an opinion about almost everything, IMHO!

Happy Trails,
Larry

Should I Buy Original Art Work or Prints?

Thu, 12/27/2012 - 19:46 — LGLemons

Should I Buy Original Art?

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Picasso did pretty well for himself selling his original artworks. Speaking as an artist, who would like to be as successful as Picasso someday, you might think I would always encourage my potential customers to purchase my originals, as well. Though desireable, such is not always the case. First, let’s define what an original is versus a limited edition, open edition, or poster print.

New "Gift Size" Digital Prints

Sun, 09/04/2011 - 19:23 — LGLemons

We now have available a selection of approximately 50 different images from my original paintings and a few photographs in "Gift Size" 6x8 image size with 8x10 digital beveled mat. The mat is not real. It is created digitally allowing us to pass on that savings to you. You can still have your print matted with a traditional mat, if you desire, but it is ready for framing under glass, as is. You can find these inexpensive prints at my studio in Nocona, Texas. When you are in our neck of the woods, drop by for a visit and a look at my new line of digital prints.