Welcome to My Art Gallery!
JUNE EDLEMAN NEWBURG
“Trail Boss” 1999
A trail boss (Marshall Edleman) pauses in his busy day for a moment to reflect. Oil on Canvas 18″ X 24″ Private Collection – Marshall
“Four Generations at Edleman Ranch” 2018
“Four Generations at Edleman Ranch” features well-worn cowboy boots with each generation leaning on the next. They show the changing styles of their time. On
“Doc and Drew” 2005
Drew and his quarter horse, Doc Bar, (sire – Doc Quixote ) are partners in the rodeo, performing in calf roping and team roping where
Still Life Gallery
Objects sit and objects stay, but the people around the objects change as time goes on. This gallery highlights the objects that make-up the people I’ve come to know over the years.
Rural & Western Gallery
The paintings I have done over many years depicting Myron- an amazing brother, son, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather -show his transition from a young man to when his hair turned grey.
Myron’s memories, along with my own, come alive in this gallery. From calving time, to sunset at days end, his well-worn boots and hat, his horse and saddle, his growing family, and his prairie surroundings can all be seen with the backdrop of our beloved South Dakota.
Rendering scenes of life is not an easy task, let alone when the scenes are flying past you. This gallery peers into rodeo life and is able to depict the fast paced scenes that take place within the rodeo setting.
Portraits & People
Faces fade but memories don’t – and this gallery proves it.