Works by Tony Eubanks

Antelope In Sunflowers
12" x 12" Oil Painting
Artist Bio
Born in Dallas Texas, Tony Eubanks spent his early childhood in Corpus Christi and drew and painted at an early age. When he was 10, his family moved to a country farm at Grapevine, Texas. He received his first set of oil paints from his mother when he was seven years old. After graduating from North Texas University he continued his art studies at The Art Center in Los Angeles. He recalls his time there as “the most intensive training I had ever had. Everything finally clicked for me and my art came together all at once.” Upon his return to Texas, Tony worked for several art agencies, doing freelance illustration assignments for such publications as National Geographic, Time Magazine, and Reader’s Digest.

By the mid nineteen seventies, Tony began placing paintings in Santa Fe galleries. Since then, Eubanks has been noted for the diversity of his subject matter, although the majority of his works are of modern day cowboys. He works in watercolor, pastel and oil, with an emphasis on oil, although all of his works contain a timeless, charming and colorful appeal. Eubanks says, “Painting different subjects keeps me a lot fresher and interested in what I’m doing. I guess I’m attracted to new themes in the same way an actor is attracted to new roles.”

Eubank's is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America and the National Academy of Western Art, and has received many awards from the Salmagundi Club of New York. Eubanks is represented in many well-known private and corporate collections, including the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Tony and his wife Brenda reside in Clifton, Texas.




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