Teal Blake

Teal Blake grew up in Montana.  Growing up, he was surrounded by western art and the creators of that genre, as his father was an artist and his mother, a photographer and journalist.  Teal’s great-grandfather was one of the American Quarter Horse’s founding breeders.   The Russell Museum in Great Falls was an oft-visited site for the family. 

Teal has painted professionally since 2005.  He has always gravitated toward the bona fide details of the traditional West: cowboys who are not always clean-shaven, shirts that are not always perfectly creased, and horses whose manes are not always long.  His work is authentic – no models and no costumes.  His medium of choice is watercolor.  Teal has been honored with several awards, including the Joe Beeler Cowboy Artist Foundation Award ad First Place Watercolor at the Phippen Museum.  His work has been featured in magazines such as Western Horseman, Western Art & Architecture, Southwest Art, Ranch & Reata, and The Cowboy Way.  In 2014 Teal joined the renowned Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) organization. 

Teal currently lives in Benbrook, Texas.  He has one son.  His works are represented by the Legacy Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Jackson, Wyoming and the Maxwell Alexander Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.

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