Untitled work by L.Cremeens, at 8 years old
Gentleman Rogue, 9 x 12
Larry Cremeens, Artist
I am an artist who as a small child, growing up in Northwest Indiana, dreamed and drew pictures of the Southwest.
I could only imagine what the Southwest looked like, because my reality was steel mills, refineries, flat land and gray skies.
Living The Dream
Some kids wanted to be cowboys or firemen - but
I always wanted to be an artist. Now the Dream is real!!
I live and paint in the West creating the spirit of the
American West with paintings of cowboys, Native
Americans, horses and cattle. Art transforms and
enriches people's lives. I want to share with the
viewer through my paintings, the beauty and power
of the American West.
About The Artist
As a member of the Oil Painters of American, voted
"Favorite Artist" by the Sonoran Arts League
"Peoples Choice" award, selected as "Best and
Brightest" from the Scottsdale Artist School, and
voted Best Oil Painter by the attendees of the
Sonoran Festival of the Arts, I have become an
accomplished and popular working artist. I use
Native American models in authentic historical
regalia to pose for paintings at the Little Big Horn
River in Montana. I was one of the 50 artists selected
to participate in the Artist Ride held at the Shearer
Ranch in South Dakota. Art collectors nationwide
have purchased my paintings and others have
commissioned special paintings for their private