Teresa Elliott just slays me!

I was sitting here thinking about how sad I am that I don’t have the time to go to the Cowgirl Up! Art show opening March 25th.  (I’m not affiliated, just an art lover.)

I really would love to go  support the 57 women artists who are showing there.  And, not only that, the events of the weekend look like TOO MUCH FUN!  The Desert Caballero Western Museum in Wickenburg, Arizona sure knows how to put on a party!  Here is the link if you’d like to check it out.

I wish I could go... click here to find out about it.


I’m a fan of many artists so I often go to their websites to see their new work.  As I was pouting over not being able to attend Cowgirl Up!, I thought I might console myself by going to Teresa’s site (she will be showing there) and seeing the new work.  I actually have a love/hate relationship with looking at wonderful pieces that I cannot afford… but I torture myself regularly.  In fact, I have one of Teresa’s pieces as my screen saver.  I love it.

Anyway, as I was perusing her site, I found a bunch of new work.  Oh my!  I was drooling!  That girl is so prolific!  Since I love her work, I thought I would brighten your Friday with her art.  I sure hope you enjoy it as much as I do…

And, let me know if you go to the Cowgirl Up!  Art Show.  I’d love to hear all about it!


Blue Roan


Paintbrush 2


Mystic Outback (this is the one I have as a screensaver)


Ramesses 2

Young Longhorn Bull





Bull of Pearl


The Voice

Paprika Plains 2

Bobbie and Paintbrush

Little Sancho


Newby (so sweet.)

Chinati Crossing


Blue Mountain Hiefer


AHHHHH.  I hope you enjoyed that as much as I did.


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6 comments have been posted...

  1. collada

    The paintings look so realistic. As if you could reach up and touch the screen and feel their fur.

    We used to have Longhorn cattle. They are very unique, often kind, {only one was kinda nasty} and really don’t cause much trouble. They are much more athletic than they look, too.

  2. Denise

    Thanks for sharing they are beautiful My two year old grandson enjoyed them too.

  3. Jane

    Gorgeous work, I have to say that I love, love, love the one called “Newby” Baby calves are cute as can be when momma keeps them clean, LOL. When we had cows the babies were always so clean when they were little, momma took good care to clean them.
    thank you for sharing these beautiful paintings.

  4. Kristi-Lynn

    WOW! I can’t say I’ve ever thought of cows as beautiful – but she’s made them so! Amazing work.

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