Old Paint

Water color

17x23 Inches

$2850



Inventory#: RMA-048

Evening Pasture

Watercolor

8x12 Inches

$1150



Inventory#: RMA-047

Empty Mailbox

Watercolor

8x12 Inches

$1150



Inventory#: RMA-046

Eden Barns

Watercolor

9x13.5 Inches

$1250



Inventory#: RMA-045

Locked Doors

Watercolor

10x7.5 Inches

$750



Inventory#: RMA-044

Sunburst

Watercolor

7x5.5 Inches

$500



Inventory#: RMA-043

Sunrise

Watercolor

9x6.5 Inches

$650



Inventory#: RMA-042

Liberty Barn

Watercolor

8x6 Inches

Sold

Rain Barrel

Watercolor

10.5x14 Inches

Sold

Sheep at Chalk Creek

Watercolor

8x11 Inches

Sold

Valley Sheep

Watercolor

6x13 Inches

Sold

Robert McFarland

Robert D. McFarland was born and raised in Logan, Utah. He began painting in 1987 when his wife enrolled him in a beginning watercolor class as a birthday gift. After this introduction into watercolor Robert began painting seriously on his own, studying the work of Phillip Jameson, Andrew Wyeth and Thomas William Jones.

McFarland has been involved with many major art shows which include Coors Western Art Show; Arts for the Parks Top 100; Robert N. and Peggy Sears Dixie Invitational; Zions Bank show; CNS’ Celebration of Art and Soup and Springville Museum of Art Spring Salon.

He has been featured in “Watercolor Artist” and “Southwest Art” magazines. Most recently his painting “Clover Lake” was the back cover of the 30th anniversary edition of “Gray’s Sporting Journal.”

I paint because I find the challenge of taking a slice of what I see and making it into a piece of art nearly irresistible. I have always loved to observe nature and the things around me. I’m interested in the way light falls on a subject defining form and mood. I view my role as a painter like being on a long walk and pointing out things you might not have noticed along the way.

I work exclusively in watercolor and my varied subject matter is drawn from a love of rural simplicity.