Post by Wade Dillon on Aug 5, 2015 19:06:02 GMT -5
It's been a while! Since I've left Florida for Texas five years ago, my life has been geared around my job, my marriage, and my artwork. I'm going to try and get more involved with the discussions. Until then, I am offering my latest art work as a print.
Susanna Dickinson on Crockett's Body is my illustrated recreation of Mrs. Dickinson's 1874 account.
Watermark for protection only.
This 11 x 17 print is on high quality, resin coated, semi matte paper. The prints are sturdy and ready for framing! Price per print is $50 + $10 s/h. Signed by yours truly. The print also showcases a beautiful poem written by Michelle Herbelin. I accept Paypal and Money Order. If you live in or near San Antonio, you may personally pick yours up from me and I will, of course, waive the s/h fee. Contact me now with inquiries!
With the talented Michelle Herbelin.
All the best, Wade
Post by Wade Dillon on Aug 5, 2015 19:30:47 GMT -5
For young readers in your home or classroom. For your consideration....
The Alamo from A to Z and Davy Crockett from A to Z from Pelican Publishing Company. Written by William R. Chemerka and Illustrated by yours truly. Both titles are A to Z books that are currently making their way through San Antonio and Texas schools.
My first ancestor arrived in 1731, Salvador Rodriguez from the Canary Islands; and through a turn of events another ancestor arrived in 1772, Toribio de la Fuentes Y Fernandez from Asturias Spain via Saltillo after arriving at Presidio de Orcaquisac on the Trinity river in 1758; and yet my namesake ancestor arrived in Galveston on July 19th, 1836, Edward Brown ROT Volunteer - eventually settling just south of San Antonio (although in San Antonio long enough to be captured in 1841 by the Mexican General Adrian Woll and marched to Perote Prison).
Anyway - outstanding illustrations! I am very impressed.