After Post completed bachelor's and Master's degrees in fine art at the University of Arizona, he taught there for two years. This higher perspective endows people and animals in the painting with stronger shapes and patterns.
Howard Post: Strong, orderly shadow patterns cast by the figures of cattle, cowboys, trees, or fences define his work.
Post, a native Arizonan, was born and raised on a ranch near Tucson. As a gallery, we strive to share such transcendence.
Selected Publications: Post draws from a collection of several thousand slides and from imagination, and then starts a canvas without preliminary sketches. Known for his paintings of cattle, cowboys, rodeo arenas, and ranch life executed with a unique aerial perspective and sun-drenched hues, Howard Post is an impressionist painter who portrays the contemporary West in a modern fashion.
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He is known for his unique aerial perspectives and modern, impressionistic viewpoint. Up to six colors might be used, painted over a dark background. Post worked as a commercial artist until 1980, when he decided to paint what he knew best, Arizona's ranch traditions.
Selected awards: Howard Post scroll down for artist bio. His work is defined by orderly, strong shadow patterns cast by the figures of cattle, cowboys, trees, or fences.
Join our mailing list. He also earned both Bachelor's and Masters degrees in Fine Arts at the university and taught there for two years. He earned his Bachelor's and Masters degrees in Fine Arts at the University of Arizona, and taught there for two years. Viewers of Post's oils or pastels respond to a bird's-eye view of cattle clustered in a corral, cowboys perched in fence rails, or a distant ranch house.
Altamira Fine Art. Howard Post was born in 1948 in Tucson, Arizona.
Selected collections: He may use up to six colors, painted over a dark background. Post was born and raised on a ranch near Tucson and gravitated early towards the cowboy life. A distant ranch house, cowboys sitting on fence rails, or cattle clustered in a corral are all subjects brought to life by Post's keen imagination.