“Reflections of the Past”
“My art attempts to capture some of the joys of my childhood,” declares Hunter George, an internationally recognized Texas watercolor artist, who bills his work as “Reflections of the Past.”
Hunter’s desire is to preserve a cultural history that is quickly fading. His love of old buildings, antique vehicles, and rural landscapes dominates his portfolio; however, the romance of the French Riviera, where he frequently visits his daughter and grandchildren, also captures his imagination.
I am proud and fortunate to have had, over the past few years, the paintings below selected for the Annual International Watercolor Exhibition in Houston, Texas. In San Antonio at the Texas Art Society International Show, my paintings have also been chosen to be exhibited. These shows are open to professional artists all over the world. There are usually 500 to 600 entries, but less than 100 are selected by an internationally known juror to be exhibited. Of these, about 30 are Texas artists.
FROM TOP LEFT TO LOWER LEFT
The Trolley Barn – Massachusetts
Burton Cotton Gin – Texas
Mailboxes – Hawaii
Zedlers’ Mill – Texas
New Sweden Lutheran Church – Texas
Old French Monastery – Southern France
The Wreck of The Ole 97 – Southern Virginia