Found an old, unfinished board in my studio and gave it another go for a piece we are doing on Walter Noble Burns and a lost manuscript.
Daily Whip Out: "A Belle of Old Fort Sumner"
Of course, Billy had a "querida" in every plaza, but it was the one at Fort Sumner that did him in. In case you don't know, it was Pete's 15-year-old sister. That would be Pete Maxwell.
I also found this in the garage which dates from my New Times days:
Just a hunch.
The legendary Mundo Con Queso came into the True West World Headquarters today to pick up a Kid painting he bought. In return, he gave me this little gem which he found in an antique store:
An ashtray from Charlie Lum's Jade Restaurant
Very cool. Thanks Mundo!
"I have a simple philosophy. Fill what's empty. Empty what's full. Scratch where it itches."
—Alice Roosevelt Longworth
BBB-this is a wonderful treatment of billy y paulita! wish it were mine...i do have the small "Spanish Kiss" print (4/500)you sold me in scottsdale,framed in my bedroom, which i treasure. of course Flint pointed out he was the model, but i want to believe Dee was the recipient! good day to you sir!!ReplyDelete