Cowboy & Western Paintings

Limited Edition Cowboy & Western Prints

Abstract Art

Abstract Art


Cool Stuff About Animals Book Two

Cool Stuff About Animals
Book Two

Joyful Designs

Joyful Designs

The Little Truck That Got Stuck

Children’s Books

Hank maintains his art studio in Phoenix, Arizona, where he produces highly detailed cowboy and ranch life paintings, dramatic western landscapes, bronze sculptures and prints. Hank’s Joyful Designs and Art Treasures offer collectors additional original gift ideas. *All original paintings are sold framed unless otherwise noted.*

Hank’s art is featured in many prestigious museum, corporate and individual art collections, including:

  • The Heard Museum

  • University of Arizona

  • Principia College

  • Wells Fargo Bank

  • City of Peoria, AZ

  • City of Glendale, AZ

  • First National Bank of Arizona

  • Senator Barry Goldwater

  • Julie Eisenhower

  • and many more!

Art of the Cowboy

11 responses to “Welcome

  1. I would like to purchase a poster of the biblical roots of man from Adam and Eve to Moses. Thanks for your help.

    • Barbara M Gonzalez

      I saw this Genealogical Poster in a commercial building years ago, and was so fascinated with the details, so I took the information down. Will be happy if you still have the print of this history of Jesus Chirist’s family lineage. \

      My name is Barbara Gonzalez
      Email Address is AngelNBarb@live.com

    • The posters come in a set of two for $55. Let me know if you are still interested and contact information. Hank

  2. Barbara Gonzalez

    Yes, I am very interested in purchasing this poster of the Biblical Roots. Would like to see the original version of the picture, it has been years, but I have never forgotten the effect of seeing it in an office. It is amazing! My name is Barbara Gonzalez. I live at 721 West Harlan Street, Tucson, Arizona 85756-6567. My phone number is 1-520-806-1238

  3. Hank: Hi again, Steve Holmgren here. Say are you still at your home off of Central? I have stopped by and found no one home. I’d like to see you sometime. Send me your number so I can call when I’m near your place. The big yellow and black Harley is mine.

  4. Summer Wadsworth

    Hi Hank, my Mother has #262 of 500 of “Silent Passage”. She is going into an assisted living community and would like to sell it. Can you direct us on how to go about that? Thank you for your help.


  5. I have a longhorn head in bronze that is called “Mostly Hair”. Is this one of your pieces and if so can you please tell me the value of it? Thank you

  6. Hank, do you remember the Great Arizona belt buckle collection, designed by you, and Manufactured by the Heritage Mint Ltd. and sold thought Western Fed. Savings and Loan? Heritage Mint relocated to Arizona in 1985, and for over 30+ years the buckles, artwork , and information was archived in wooden crates and stored in our warehouse. Recently opened, to discovered hidden treasures from over 40 years of company history. I found what appears to be the original belt buckle art work, along with a letter from you describing the art work. My dad has since passed away, but the company remains in the family, and i was hoping to get more information about the project, and relationship surrounding the artwork, and buckles.
    Jeff Wright

  7. Hank, my friend Ruth Doering sent me several of your inspirational posters some time ago, and they just showed up now during a move. I think they are wonderful and plan to share them with a friend who will use them in a classroom. And do come to the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa if you get this far north!

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