"Survivors"

  (Buffalo Herd - Old Guard of the Plains )

 

  by Donal Jolley

 

 

Watercolor on Paper - framed

 

from the private collection of

Alice and Duncan Alanson Spencer

 

circa 1980

 

SOLD

Signed in lower right corner. "Donal C Jolley  AICA"

 

unframed dimensions: 20" wide x 30" high

framed dimensions: 42" wide x 32" high

Excellent Condition 

Donal Jolley was boen  in Zion National Park, Utah. He lived in Boulder City and Carson City, Nevada before moving to California in 1960. Jolley graduated from Brigham Young University and began painting full time in 1971.

Jolley paints in watercolor, acrylic and oil. He is a member of the National Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. He has been featured in Southwest Art, Contemporary Western Artists, Who's Who in American Art, Camera Life, Inland Empire Magazine and others. His work is in the collections of the Church Museum of History and Art in Salt Lake City, The San Bernardino County Museum, and the Smithsonian.

Examples of his work are included in books such as "Understanding Transparent Watercolor" by Gerald Brommer, and "Best of Watercolor" by Betty Lou Schlemm and Tom Nicholas.

Jolley was a member of the AICA American Indian and Cowboy Artists who exhibited for many years in San Dimas California and at the Autry Museum in Los Angles.  During his time with AICA Jolley showed along with many other prestigious Western artists including Duncan Spencer, Donald Putt Putman, Neil Boyle, and Bob Boomer. 
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