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Artist Marless Fellows is a renowned American Southwest artist, known for her vibrant colors and exquisite depictions of the Cowboy Way, pulling from her own life’s experiences. From the history of her grandfather breaking horses for the United States Cavalry, to her days as a Rodeo barrel racer, you can sense every movement and emotion from every brush stroke on the canvas. Fellows brings her world of the American Southwest to life.
Fellows is one of only two women to have been chosen to represent the life of the cowboy at the Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering, both in 2010 and 2014. In 2012 Fellows opened Saddle Up Gallery in Cave Creek, Arizona, where she paints daily and represents many fine Western Artists as well.
Marless Fellows is a member of the Arizona Art Alliance and the Sonoran Arts League. She has exhibited her work in such prestigious shows as Arizona Fine Art Expo and Hidden In the Hills. For numerous years, Fellows participated by invitation as a Quick Draw Artist at the Phippen Museum’s Western Fine Art Show.
“A Handshake is Enough” Book
A culmination of two and a half years’ work, A Handshake is Enough is a combination of Marless’ original art and poetry by nationally-known Cowboy Poets from across the nation. Each work of poetry has been uniquely crafted to accompany each of Marless’ thirty-six marvelous works of art. The Cowboy has a unique lifestyle which is shared with the paintings. In the Old West a handshake was a man’s word. The title then, A Handshake is Enough, symbolizes the Code of the West: faith in God, honesty, integrity, love of family and love of Country. Marless also believes that a beautiful handshake takes place throughout this book, as well, that between the Painter and the Poet.
Bad Ass Giclee
Bad Ass is a collection of donkeys that I love to paint. Donkeys have so much personality as you can see int he many paintings I do of them. I have captured them with many facial expressions so
everyone can see how silly they can be. This particular guy was a little on the mad side so I decided he was being a very bad ass.