Wayne Baize

(1943 ) - Artworks
BAIZE Wayne Shootin' The Breeze

Altermann Gallery /Apr 1, 2011
4,265.60 - 5,687.47
4,243.20

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Wayne Baize - Border Burros

Wayne Baize - Border Burros

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Lot number: 6210
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Description: Wayne Baize (American, b. 1943), "Border Burros," oil on canvas, signed lower left, gallery label (Trailside Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona) affixed verso, canvas: 24"h x 36"w, overall (with frame): 33"h x 45"w. Provenance: Purchased from Trailside Galleries (Scottsdale, AZ) in 2003 by present owner. Note: Originial receipt on file
Wayne Baize - Snug In Winter Coats

Wayne Baize - Snug In Winter Coats

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Lot number: 29
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Wayne Baize Snug in Winter Coats 12 by 9 inches Acrylic on Board The work is in good condition. With the unaided eye there areno issues. Under UV light there are no apparent signs ofrestoration. The frame is stained carved wood with a felt liner anda stained wood fillet.The frame contains glass and is in goodcondition. Goldplate: 'Snug in Winter Coats Wayne Baize'
Wayne Baize - Detour On The Trail

Wayne Baize - Detour On The Trail

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Lot number: 226
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Baize, Wayne, 1943- Detour on the Trail oil on canvas 24 x 30 Estimated: $12,000 - $18,000 Born in 1943 in the heart of the Texas ranch, Wayne Baize was the son of a stock farmer, whose main crops included cotton, wheat and livestock. It was from his hard working father, a man who was more comfortable with a horse drawn plow than its mechanized counterpart, that Baize gained not only a strong work ethic but an innate love for animals and the people who cared for them. Baize paints a way of life influenced by not only his own upbringing, but also by generations of family ancestors that have lived and worked close to the land. He continues the family tradition by residing with his wife and children on a working 1,300 acre ranch 17 miles from the nearest town. Over the years, Baize has become a master of nuance and subtle expression as well as a good storyteller. Sometimes his compositions are dramatically lit and the viewer can almost taste the dust in the air from a passing herd. In others he conveys a cowboy's obvious relief at locating a missing cow or the tenderness of a mother with her newborn calf. Interaction between both humans and animals is a hallmark of his work. Baize was elected to the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America organization in 1995. He is also an exhibitor at the Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale held at the Gene Autry Museum, and he has had many feature articles in Art of the West, Southwest Art, Western Horseman, Equine Images and Quarter Horse Journal. This painting by Wayne Baize, titled "Detour on the Trail" is a great example of his work. This piece will be auctioned off at the third annual Jackson Hole Art Auction on September 19, 2009.
Wayne Baize - Shootin' The Breeze

Wayne Baize - Shootin' The Breeze

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Lot number: 190
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Wayne Baize Shootin' the Breeze 24 by 30 inches Oil on Linen The work is in good condition. With the unaided eye there areno issues. Under UV light there are no apparent signs ofrestoration. The frame is rustic and gold carved wood and is ingood condition. Goldplate: 'Shootin the Breeze Wayne Baize'. Verso:Cowboys artists of America Label and Trailside Gallerylabel.
Wayne Baize - A Closer Look

Wayne Baize - A Closer Look

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Lot number: 193
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Wayne Baize A Closer Look 16 by 21 inches Pastel on Paper The work is in good condition. With the unaided eye there areno issues. Under UV light there are no apparent signs ofrestoration. The frame is rustic wood with a gold colored carvedwood trim and fillet with a leather liner. Goldplate: 'A CloserLook Wayne Baize'.
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