Thursday, February 28, 2013

Save the Date

Parade of Artists

April 12 - 14, 2013
Boerne, Texas

In celebration of two great regional artists with international reputations, J.R. Mooney Galleries of Fine Art, Boerne is proud to present:  Icons² (Print Selections from Dalhart Windberg and G. Harvey.)

Spotlighting such great paintings like G. Harvey’s “Discussing the Fare”, “Carriage on Canal Street”,“Building Memories”, among many others , J.R. Mooney Galleries has curated a select hanging of these memorable paintings and many more as limited edition prints at affordable prices in gorgeous and complementing preselected framing options-

“With over 20 framed and matted prints by Dalhart Windberg and G. Harvey, you are sure to find your favorite iconic image or theme- Ready to hang in your home, business or office!”

Born in 1933, Dalhart Windberg has spent many years painting his most interesting discoveries and fondest recollections; from the majestic snow covered Rocky Mountains to the floral beauty of the Texas Hill Country.  In 1972 Windberg was the sole artist of the American Masters Foundation and seven years later he was formally recognized as the Texas State Artist of the Year. In addition to starting his own publishing company, Windberg Enterprises Inc., his paintings are included in many top art collections; private and corporate, and in several art museums.

G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas where herds of longhorn cattle were once abundant.  Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. Artistic career highlights include President Lyndon Johnson’s discovery of his talent and becoming an avid Harvey collector and The Smithsonian Institution electing him to paint "The Smithsonian Dream", a painting series commemorating the national institution’s 150th Anniversary.  Today, G. Harvey lives in Texas, with his studio and residence nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg.

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