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Famous for his bold use of repurposing iconic Western images, Bill Schenck has played a major role in the introduction and infusion of Pop Art into the Western motif. His Loose Lips Will Kill You puts a tongue-in-cheek mash-up between WWII and the Old West, executed with a paint-by-numbers style that lands the viewer somewhere between a giant postcard and a B-Western lobby card.

Famous for his bold use of repurposing iconic Western images, Bill Schenck has played a major role in the introduction and infusion of Pop Art into the Western motif. His Loose Lips Will Kill You puts a tongue-in-cheek mash-up between WWII and the Old West, executed with a paint-by-numbers style that lands the viewer somewhere between a giant postcard and a B-Western lobby card.

bill schenck artist | Looking for Strays | Oil on Canvas | 36 x 40 inches | 2011

bill schenck artist | Looking for Strays | Oil on Canvas | 36 x 40 inches | 2011

bill schenck prints - Google Search

bill schenck prints - Google Search

Billy Schenck, Moving Long Horns

Billy Schenck, Moving Long Horns

Bill Schenck - check out the clouds

Bill Schenck - check out the clouds

ANNARILLA BOOM

ANNARILLA BOOM

"Black is defined as, 'the absence of light and the absorption of all color, therefore, I believe that my black paper is looking for light and color to come alive. I try to create the positive of the light with the pure colors of pastels letting the negative of the rich black space make its own case for being left to itself. The key is in knowing what to omit and what to add, that is when my art comes to be, when my composition comes to life.”—Karen Cooper

"Black is defined as, 'the absence of light and the absorption of all color, therefore, I believe that my black paper is looking for light and color to come alive. I try to create the positive of the light with the pure colors of pastels letting the negative of the rich black space make its own case for being left to itself. The key is in knowing what to omit and what to add, that is when my art comes to be, when my composition comes to life.”—Karen Cooper

FIESTA GOTTA GUN

FIESTA GOTTA GUN

Don Weller WATERCOLOR

Don Weller WATERCOLOR

"Black is defined as, 'the absence of light and the absorption of all color, therefore, I believe that my black paper is looking for light and color to come alive. I try to create the positive of the light with the pure colors of pastels letting the negative of the rich black space make its own case for being left to itself. The key is in knowing what to omit and what to add, that is when my art comes to be, when my composition comes to life.”—Karen Cooper

"Black is defined as, 'the absence of light and the absorption of all color, therefore, I believe that my black paper is looking for light and color to come alive. I try to create the positive of the light with the pure colors of pastels letting the negative of the rich black space make its own case for being left to itself. The key is in knowing what to omit and what to add, that is when my art comes to be, when my composition comes to life.”—Karen Cooper