ABOUT THE
ARTIST


ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS 2
ORIGINALS 3

ORIGINALS 4
ORIGINALS 5
ORIGINALS 6

PRINTS 1
PRINTS 2
PRINTS 3
PRINTS 4
PRINTS 5
PRINTS 6


SHOWS &

EVENTS

PORTRAITS


HIDEOUT
NEWSLETTER

LINKS

Updated
April 1st,
2014

 


We moved. Just 2 doors South of the old location.

Welcome to my cowboy art studio with paintings and drawings of horses, cattle, ranch life, rodeos, racing and also Native Americans, rendered in a variety of mediums, oils, watercolors, pencils, pen & ink and pastels. Thanks to all who have visted the studio recently.

Here are some of my latest paintings and drawings and a selection of my most popular prints, that are still available.

Thanks for visiting, many new paintings and prints are now available!

Also featured is my schedule of up-coming shows and events. I invite you to attend and will look forward to seeing you.

Jack J. Wells
"Western Artist"
1830 Markwell Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73127
405-789-3920
email: jackwellsart@yahoo.com
 
 
Art and articles-
Painting Demo of Ty Murry at NFR

Come visit my studio located inside Bently Gafford Saddle & Tack
1320 South Agnew in Historic Stockyard City, OKC.

More info click here

NEW FEATURED ORIGINAL!
Limited Editions $25
Ropers Corral (RC)

11''x 14" Pencil
Original $850 framed



NEW FEATURED ORIGINAL!
Limited Editions $25
Just Western

11''x 14" Pencil
Original $850 framed


Ranch Broncs and Rodeo Buckers


Oklahoma City, OK, Feb. 09, 2010 - Stockyards City Main Street celebrated the completion of our new archway.

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber was present to cut the ribbon; and in true Stockyards City style, reenactors from the United States Marshals Posse were on horseback patrolling the area.
The archway was installed on Agnew Avenue, just south of the Oklahoma River. It is the new welcome into Stockyards City from I-40, lined with red LED lights that can be seen from the freeway at night. The framing was installed October 21, 2009, with the letters and lighting added over the following weeks. The lights were turned on December 31, 2009.
The original concept was designed by district western artist Jack J. Wells. This concept was several years in the making, and we are very proud to see it completed.

 

 Please sign my guestbook with your comments!

Free Guestbook from Bravenet.com Free Guestbook from Bravenet.com

 
NEW!!!YOU MAY NOW PURCHASE ITEMS ON-LINE THROUGH "PAY-PAL"!

1
Website design by Southern Graphix