Color Notecards & Paintings
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Jerome and Mining
My House
shows Cleopatra Hill,
uptown Jerome, the
edge of the mine pit,
the Little Daisy Hotel,
and two headframes,
one new and the nearer
one historic redwood. It
also has the Montana
Hotel, which burned
down in the 20's. I
reconstructed it from old
photographs.
is a watercolor I did to present my color
choices to Jerome's Design Review
Board. We passed.
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Pete's Treehouse
was printed as a card for
sentimental reasons. It is typical of
Jerome kid structures. Pete is now
college age.
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Buffalo Skull with
Gold Leafed Horns
was painted from a skull
used in Indian ceremonies
in which I was allowed to
participate.
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is a favorite because I lived
there when I created the art.
Paul and Jerry's Saloon
is the longest family owned and
operated bar in Arizona. The Antique
Museum has been rebuilt and is open
for business.
Eagle's Nest
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View from My House
Featured here are the original redwood
false beam ends
, carefully stored for the
10 years it took to get the roof on my
house. The view is of Sunshine hill,
neighboring rooftops, and the Holy Family
Catholic Church. We also see the mining
debris in amber on Sunshine Hill and an
edge of Sycamore Canyon behind it. See
another view from this window on page
Color Images II.
The price for each of the color note cards is $8 mailed to
you. Each is signed by the artist. Reproductions are
computer generated. Inside is blank and envelopes are
included. More ordering info is on my
"About Artist" page
Color notecards from
Indian ruins are on my
second
Indian ruins page
The images below are part of a series of ten color scenes. You may "click" on these with your mouse
to see them larger. Each is 8.5 by 11 inches. I start with printed line drawings (black and white) and
then embellish each one with watercolor, so that each is hand~painted and signed in watercolor.
Pieces are unframed.
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Historical Society
Stickles Apartments
Powderbox Church
Once the Episcopal Church, the Spanish
style building was beautifully restored as a
theater with donated materials and
volunteer labor. Thus it was committed to
remain a Community Center.
The church was also called the
Mexican Methodist. It was build
of ammo boxes from the mines
and is now a private residence.
The typical Jerome ramshackle
look and living on porches are
seen here.
Connor Hotel
Little Daisy Hotel
Jerome Neighborhood
The Connor, now renovated,
can be reached on-line at
www.connorhotel.com.
Now private
This view has some houses on Clark
Street and the United Verde Hospital.

Montezuma's Castle
Douglas Mansion aka
Jerome State Historic Park
Traveling Jail
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