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Jackie Railsback

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  • Looking Glass – Jackie Railsback


    Looking Glass

    Framed 28 x 25″


    “A pot of fuchsia in the window of a Bavarian house. The old stone building next to the colorful flowers was a very distinct contrast.”

  • Hide and Seek – Jackie Railsback


    Hide and Seek

    Framed 16 x 20″


    “Goats and donkey were hiding from my camera in an old Bavarian village. I captured the shadows on the animals and the old buildings.”

  • Chick Wagnet- Jackie Railsback


    Chick Wagnet

    Framed 28 x 24″


    An old blue wagon in a 16th century village with added Chickens brought it to the 21 century.

  • Alpine Geraniums – Jackie Railsback


    Alpine Geraniums

    Framed 31 x 39″ 


    Old structures with window boxes were filled with colorful flowers.

  • Three Little Piglets – Jackie Railsback


    Three Little Piglets

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 12″



  • Last Run at Wolf Creek – Jackie Railsback


    Last Run at Wolf Creek

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 24″


  • Genesis 1:9-10 – Jackie Railsback


    Genesis 1:9-10

    Gallery Wrap 30×48


  • Early Spring – Jackie Railsback


    Early Spring

    Gallery Wrap 12×24



  • Circle of Life – Jackie Railsback


    Circle of Life

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 36


    This painting was inspired by a recent river cruise on the River Rhône in France.  Both from the sailing and excursions, my husband and I enjoyed such beautiful flowers and landscape that I just had to capture in a painting. 
    A short time after returning home I hosted and attended a Judi Betts Watercolor Workshop at our 404 Ranch.  From Judi’s workshop was born the composition for the painting I had in mind.
    My husband and I decided to stay at the Ranch a couple of days after the workshop was completed and all others had departed.  I had a drive to do this painting and from start to finish “Circle of Life” was completed in about 10 hours, a relatively very short time of what is normally invested in a painting of this size and detail. The star that you see in this painting is part of the Brand we use at the Ranch. I felt compelled to include the star because this experience at the Ranch had contributed greatly to the finished work.

  • The Lure of a Copper John – Jackie Railsback


    The Lure of a Copper John

    Framed 20 x 35″


    “The “Copper John” is a fly fishing lure that my husband sometimes uses when trout fishing in Colorado.  This painting is of a trout that he caught with this fly.”

  • Catch and Release – Jackie Railsback


    Catch and Release

    Framed 30 x 38


    “Catch and release is how my husband fishes in Creede, Colorado. On a prime fishing excursion, he photographed the catch in a fishing net to show me his prize before the release.  As an artist, instead of seeing his prize catch I saw the dimensional values, the opaque, translucent, and transparent qualities of the fishing net.  The beautiful, large fish was of secondary importance to me. 

    Transparent watercolor medium was the only way to capture the beauty that caught my attention.  Thus, I present to you ‘Catch and Release’; given to me by a fisherman but given to you by an artist.”

  • Texas Proud – Jackie Railsback


    Texas Proud

    Framed 23 x 21



    Spring in Texas brings with it an extravagant display of wild flowers.  A road trip is a must to see the palette of shapes and colors and to view the spectacle of road sides and hills that are blanketed with them.  The palette of God is beyond amazing.
    As an artist and a Texan, this year’s road trip was won by the Bluebonnet (official state flower) because of its beauty and I am “Texas Proud”. 
    As summer is next, I can’t wait to see what God has to show me on this years’ palette of color.