Duke Beardsley

    • Owly
    • Oil on canvas
    • 120 x 72 inches
    • $46000
    • La Doña
    • Oil on canvas
    • 120 x 72 inches
    • $46000
    • Hemos Perdido un Caballo
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 120 inches
    • $38000
    • Siempre y Para Siempre
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 120 inches
    • $38000
    • Rodear
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 120 inches
    • $38000
    • 501's
    • Oil on canvas
    • 80 x 60 inches
    • $25500
    • Los Enanitos Verdes
    • Oil on canvas
    • 96 x 38 inches
    • $19000
    • Pañuelo
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 32 inches
    SOLD
    • Cacto
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 32 inches
    • $9900
    • Manta
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 32 inches
    • $9900
    • Lazo
    • Oil on canvas
    • 60 x 32 inches
    • $9900
    • Parias
    • Oil on canvas
    • 66 x 66 inches
    • $23000
    • Fugitivos
    • Oil on canvas
    • 66 x 66 inches
    • $23000

Artist Bio

Sixth generation Coloradan, Duke Beardsley has been drawing and painting the American west for as long as he can remember. Raised both in Denver, and on a 1000 acre cattle ranch in eastern Colorado, Duke’s “duel/dual” upbringing is the foundation for his unique blend of traditional western iconography and contemporary art sensibilities. An unapologetic fan of all “things cowboy” Duke spends much time on horseback, joining his many friends and family on some of the greatest ranches of the West. Duke rides with crews to participate, observe and document todays working cowboys and cowgirls in their element. Formally trained at The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Duke now lives and works with his wife and two daughters in Denver.