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The Jubilee Celebration in Westminster Abbey - June 21st 1887 Commemorative of the Fiftieth Year of

I purchased this print some time ago and it was once owned and signed on the reverse side by the Canadian poet Edythe Morahan de Lauzon. I've restored the print and eliminated the foxing to nearly pristine condition. This is a very rare print especially when you consider it was printed during the Victoria era and anyone that was fortunate to own such a print would have needed to frame and cover it with a large piece of glass. Queen Victoria (1819-1901) commissioned a painting from the Scottish artist William Lockhart (1836-1900) to capture the thanksgiving service held on June 21, 1887 in Westminster Abbey celebrating her fiftieth year in office or Golden Jubilee. Lockhart painted for three

My latest watercolor painting is titled: "Time Spent With Our Pets Is Never Wasted"

Most of us would admit to needing a little bit more time, maybe money and perhaps a tiny piece of chocolate– but that’s another story. If your like me your life can get pretty busy — especially during this time of the year. Long days filled with work, visiting friends, mowing the lawn, family, and relationships. Combine all of these things and it affects our relationships with our pets and how much time we are able to spend with them. Some of us may be lucky enough to spend all day at home with our little fuzzball friends, others get little special time with them. With that it should come as no surprise that no matter how busy our schedule are, one-on-one time with them is essential, both f

The Honey Bees' Immeasurable Importance To Mankind

This is my latest painting in the honeybee series. The inspiration for this painting came about when Kathy and I took The Tennessee Master Beekeeper Program at The Tennessee Technology Center in Cookeville a little over a year ago. I added the Smokey Mountains into the scene of this painting to emphasize the significance honeybee's have on the environment. My wife and I are registered beekeepers in the state of Tennessee and own two hives. American Beekeeping Federation - Link Mixed media, 2017, Size: 29.5" x 31.5", Watercolor, Ink, Oil Paint, Acrylic and Wax on 500 lb. Arches Watercolor Paper Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier P.O. Box 277 Pleasant Hill Tennessee 38578 (931) 881-78

My Visit to the Customs House Museum

Eric Buechel: The Familiar: Exhibition June 1, 2017 Through July 30, 2017 It was a wonderful experience visiting and speaking to the many visitors at my solo-exhibition at the Customs House Museum over the holiday. During these events I never know what questions would be asked, but there is one that is asked often and was again asked. That question was "how long did it take me to paint that picture". My answer as usual was "I really don't know because I seldom look at the clock". Another question I get asked is how do you get to that level of skill and my answer in addition to practice is "look at other artists work as often as you can". The greatest artists who have ever lived borrowed from

Diego's Wall II

In November of 2016 I finally got to see Diego Rivera's "North Wall" at the Detroit Institute of Art. I spent hours looking at his brushwork and his brilliant compact composition. The surface of this masterpiece was as smooth as glass and the luminosity beyond words. I was so amazed by his work I decided I had to pay tribute to the master. This is my second mixed media painting I've painted of the subject. I've added people into my work including my wife Kathy on the far left side of the painting to create the activity which I experienced during my visit to the DIA. Diego's Wall II, Mixed Media on 500 lb Arches Watercolor Paper, By Eric Buechel, Watercolor, Oil Paint, Wax and Gouache on Pap

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Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806

Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806