Open Edition Prints

To purchase any original Art or a museum quality
Giclee print from the Pioneer Artist please contact Kenneth Brown
Email: ken@pioneerartist.com

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Down County Road


Storms, vandals and “Father Time” had already taken a toll on this home when I got the request to draw it so I drew it like in the old days.
Y’all come back now, ya hear… and we’ll leave the light on for you.
12″ X 16″ Graphite Drawing

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Uncle Jim’s Porch


Everyone called my Great-Grandfather “Uncle Jim”. With mules he moved oil-field equipment in the 1920’s. After the Oil-field he started moving houses. When Pioneer, TX was practically deserted he moved an abandoned restaurant to his farm to make it home.
9″ x 12″ Graphite Drawing

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House Portraits

The Brady Mansion

The Tate Brady mansion in Tulsa, Oklahoma was
built in 1920 and patterned after
General Robert E. Lee’s home
in Arlington, Virginia.
16″ X 21″ Graphite Drawing

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Tulsa Time


Tulsa: Oil Capitol of the World.
A unique composition of Tulsa’s historic cityscape includes
the oldest house in town and the famous Creek Council Oak.
12″ X 16″ Pencil Drawing

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The Standard Shack

In Pioneer, Texas there are only a couple of Oil-field shanties left from the 1920’s.
Today it’s a small community of 50 folks but back then
there were 30,000 residents (more or less).
12” x 16” Graphite drawing

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Shattered Dreams

This is my interpretation of my hometown:
Pioneer, Texas after the Oil-boom went bust.
This pencil drawing was done to
encourage perseverance and give hope
to those going through difficult times today.
It may be hard but times have been worse
12″ x 12″ Pencil Drawing

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Jazz Depot

Previously,
thousands of people
arrived in Tulsa by train every day
during the Oil Boom Years.
Today, this is the Oklahoma
Jazz Hall of Fame.
18″X 18″ Prismacolor Drawing

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Native Retreat

To get away from it all and get inspiration
for some fresh art, I visited the Meadowlake
Ranch. Here the Indian teepee has a way of
stirring the imagination. It’s west of
Sand Springs, OK where getting back
to basics becomes a reality.
8″X 10″ Graphite Drawing

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The Barn

This simple barn was built in 1935 with
salvaged oilfield lumber from the 20’s
On our 1,000 acres we had multiple barns…
They all had names… but this one we
always just called this one “The Barn”.
12″ x 16″ Graphite Drawing

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Hitting the Road

Created for the cover of Matt Brown’s, debut album “Of All Places”.
15″ x 30″ Acrylic on canvas

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To purchase any original Art or a museum quality
Giclee print from the Pioneer Artist please contact Kenneth Brown
Email: ken@pioneerartist.com
Thank you,
~ Ken