Rush Artistic Productions
                                                   A Native Texan's Unique Talent  
Art Gallery 6
Oil On Canvass:  "Day Lilies"  24"x30" Original in Private Collection.  Bright morning sun burns-off the coastal fog at one of the many old WW II homes in
Houston's famed "Heights Area"
.  There are already requests for Limited Edition Prints of this bright and warm painting and the reproductions will begin in the near future.
WARNING:  Unauthorized reproduction or use of any paintings or images on
the pages of this website, in whole or in part,  is  prohibited  without written
permission of  Artist William Rush.  All  art images & photographs are the
sole property of RUSH ARTISTIC PRODUCTIONS of Houston, Texas and are
strictly protected by U.S. and international copyright laws.
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Photo of Artist William Rush appearing at a Texas Living History event as his Hero, Colonel David Crockett of Tennessee (complete with an
exact shooting reproduction of Crockett's famous rifle
"Old Betsy").  Rush said this buckskin attire is most often what the public expects to
see although it is not entirely correct.  Today Rush no longer performs, but his consuming love for
"Davy's Story" is not only undiminished,
he is currently working on a layout for a large scale oil painting depicting
Crockett's Arrival in "the oldest town in Texas", Nacogdoches.
Watercolor:  "Shangri La" The Artist's FIRST watercolor, painted during construction of the first Lake Front Retirement Home Sites along the Colorado River in Central
Texas.
 Cement Retainer Walls and Boat Launches were new concepts starting in 1965.
Watercolor:   (30"X24" Presentation Piece)  For the recipient of the "Farmer/Rancher Of The Year Award, 2006" in Burnet County, Texas.  
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WATERCOLOR:   "Pookey, 1991-2006" (A Memorial Portrait, photographed while nearing completion for
Matting & Framing)  In a Thank You card, Pookey's loving owner wrote:  
"My 'little treasure' lives on in my
heart & your excellent rendition will keep her present in my hom
e."
CLOSER VIEWS:   In Image Above - details of the western style silver belt
buckle,
the time of day is visible on the wristwatch, plus even a healing wound
on the back of his hand are clearly visible in the original painting..
In Image at Left - examine the details of the shiny new Fire Extinguisher, the
FORD emblem and radiator grill, the rusty painted surfaces contrasting with a few
still glossy painted areas; the engine Generator, pulley belt, filter and steering train.
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