Sunday, 25 March 2012

Amazing paintings by Alfredo Rodriguez

Living in California, but born and raised in Mexico, Alfredo Rodriguez has been painting since childhood. His subjects; "Indians and cowboys", but they're SUCH AMAZING paintings!  I posted his paintings on Google Plus  Nov 28, 2011 in this Post.

Alfredo Rodriguez - Little Red Flower

Painting was as much a part of his childhood development as learning to walk and speak. 
Some of his earliest memories are of illustrating classroom assignments and painting portraits of family members with one of his earliest gifts, a set of watercolors from his mother at the age of six. Born and raised in Mexico in a family of nine children, Alfredo used his talent to supplement his family's income needs.

A member of the American Indian and Cowboy Artists Association, Alfredo Rodriguez established a studio in Corona, California. His rich and vivid colors depict scenes of the inhabitants of the American West: Indians, Mountain Men, Cowboys, nestled in the mountains, deserts, and Indian villages.

Check out the website of the artist! 

Alfredo Rodriguez - Profile of a Chief

Alfredo Rodriguez - Sisters

Alfredo Rodriguez - Early Snow

Alfredo Rodriguez - Two Little Dolls

Alfredo Rodriguez - Preserving Tradition

Alfredo Rodriguez - Sioux Scouts

Alfredo Rodriguez - Reflections

Alfredo Rodriguez - Straight as an Arrow

Alfredo Rodriguez - The Buffalo Caller

Alfredo Rodriguez - Bringing His Bride Home

Alfredo Rodriguez - New Arrows

Alfredo Rodriguez - Bald Eagle Feathers

Source:  website of the artist

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