Down The Road, the original oil on panel has been sold and is in a private collection. However, it is available as a fine art print.
The print image measures 12 x 16 and is printed on a stretched, archival canvas. Satisfaction is guaranteed and all returns are free for any reason.
Down The Road is an oil on panel by my dad, Bill Suttles. It is one of my favorites and it sold on opening night at one of his one-man gallery exhibitions. The original measures 12 x 16.
“Down The Road” was exhibited and sold at The River Gallery in Chattanooga. This painting and his painting “On The Verge” are two of his earliest ventures into really pushing the color in his work. My father has always been a fan of Wolf Kahn who also paints landscapes in strong, vivid colors, creating scenes both calming and arresting. NewYork Times
Down The Road was exhibited and sold in one of my father’s one-man shows at The River Gallery in Chattanooga. I think it was in 2011.
This painting and his painting On The Verge (see below) are two of his early ventures into really pushing the color in his work. He continued to commit more and more to this venture with color as time progressed.
About Bill Suttles Collections
Bill Suttles’ lifetime body of work is sorted here by its source of inspiration.
- Southern Appalachia Collection
- European Collection
- Southern Coast Collection
- Mexico Collection
- Maine Coast Collection
- Figurative Collection
About Bill Suttles on ArtJolt
Bill Suttles on ArtJolt is authored and maintained by his son, Todd Suttles. My father and I started this site during the first Covid19 self-isolation period. My dad, who is 89, continues to paint every day as he has his entire life, and I am now doing my part to bring my dad’s lifetime of work to a greater audience. Over his lifetime, he has painted thousands of paintings sitting in private and corporate collections all over the world.
As is typical with most artists, my father has never been one to toot his own horn. If he can create his art and magically have it find a happy owner, he is most comfortable. For most artists balancing the line between creating and promoting is an awkward experience. My purpose in creating this site is to bring him the exposure that will enable him to experience the accolades I feel he deserves but won’t pursue.
Thank You for visiting and please share with your friends. – Todd Suttles, May 2020