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New Painting Named by Charles Sampson

New Painting Named by Charles Sampson Artist Eugenia Talbott Adderson with famed pro rodeo Bull Rider Charles Sampson and her painting, Don't Call Me Buttercup

New Painting Named by Charles Sampson

My newest piece, an oil painting of a longhorn bull, was recently entitled, “Don’t Call Me Buttercup!” by 1982 World Champion Bull Rider Charles Sampson. Charles was the first African American cowboy to win a world title in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). He retired at the Dodge National Circuit Finals in Pocatello, ID, in 1994 and was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1996. It was a great honor to meet him, and a greater honor still for him to give me the title for my painting!

“Don’t Call Me Buttercup” with artist Eugenia Talbott and PRCA Hall of Fame Bull Rider Charles Sampson

The original of “Don’t Call Me Buttercup!”—my new painting named by Charles Sampson—was purchased in February 2017. However, prints are now available. Please contact me at [email protected] for more details. Webmistress Hannah

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Print Sale from Eugenia Talbott for Holiday Earlybird Shoppers!

Portrait of Willy, watercolor painting by Eugenia Talbott, Talbott Studios, Talent, Oregon

Should you need early bird Christmas or holiday gifts, I’m offering a 25% discount, plus handling and shipping, on all my prints – paper or canvas. If you decide you would like to order a print, be sure to let me know by September 20th. Please read on for details!

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Eugenia Talbott Exhibit at Aurora Vines

Zuni Spirit, 20 x 15 oil painting of a Paint horse with Zuni silver and turquoise Conchos and feathers by Eugenia Talbott

My work is currently being exhibited through the end of the year at Aurora Vines tasting room, located at 2275 Pioneer Rd., Talent, Oregon. The tasting room is open Thursday through Sunday from 12 noon to 5 pm, and their phone number is 541-897-0592. The owner, Vicki Nickerson, has one of the top vineyards in our area, producing award winning wines. I hope you will find time to visit, see my work, and enjoy some fine southern Oregon wine!

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Eugenia Talbott Shows African Themed Original Oil Paintings at Berryman Gallery

Cheetahs at Sunset, original oil painting by Eugenia Talbott

Eugenia Talbott of Talbott Studios has had five paintings accepted into a show of African themed art at the Berryman Gallery, upstairs from the Craterian Theater, in conjunction with their current presentation of the teen musical “Tarzan.” The play has been a huge hit with sold out crowds, which is great for the young actors in our area. A member of the Rogue Gallery and Art Center, Talbott’s collection of 5 superb original oils depicting African subjects are on exhibit now through the end of September. The paintings are titled “Boss” (a magnificent oil face-to-face portrait of a male lion, complete with flowing mane),” Cheetah Family at Sunset,” “Zebra II,” “Priddy,” “Elisa,” & “Samburu Girls.” The latter three are portraits of young Africans whom Genie met personally on her travels there. All originals are also available as limited edition prints.

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