Houses in Art – Eric Dowdle

This is just a fairy tale coming live – beautiful art by Eric Dowdle! His paintings are actually so popular – most of them were turned into puzzles. And this is exactly why they look so familiar!

Toronto Island
Toronto Island

I only chose Canadian cities for this post, but there are so many more – Europe, Africa, South America, and of course, artist's native United States

NIagara Falls
Niagara Falls

Eric Dowdle was born and raised in the heart of the Western United States. For a short period of time Eric lived with his family in Boston, Massachusetts. During this time he developed a fascination with folk art. He lives with his wife and five children in Lindon, Utah.

Eric is from a family of twelve children, ten boys and two girls. His parents taught basic principles that he feels show up in his art. Old fashioned values of hard work and devotion to God and country, as well as a peaceful spirit seemed to permeate every activity of his youth.

Old Montreal
Old Montreal


Eric opened his first gallery in the Cottonwood Mall in Salt Lake City. His work has been displayed in many galleries and historical pageants across the country, his work with the Amish is internationally recognized. Of the many rewards he has received for his Americana style paintings, none is more flattering to him than the award he received for his painting Sesquicentennial Quilt at the 1997 L.D.S. Church art competition.
Quebec City
Quebec City


See more art works on Eric Dowdle's personal web-site
Or like his page on Face Book

Compliments of Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

More houses in Art:

Judy Gibson
Alena Dergileva
Alice Dalton Brown
John Sloan
Sung Kim
Ruth Sanderson
Raphael Toissaint
Alexej Shalaev
Daniel Wall
Laurent Parcelier
Dae-Chun Kim
Denis Oktyabr
Antoine Blanchard
Thierry Duval
Rimma Vyugova
Zinoviy Sydoriv
John Patrick O'Brien
Anatoly Metlan
Mark King
Edward Gordon
Evgeny Lushpin
Raynald Leclerc
Sergey Brandt
Robert Pejman
Thomas Kinkade
Mikki Senkarik
Leonid Afremov

Houses in Art


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s