"Planning For Gold On Black Gold
Mountain"
24" x 36"  Retail: $48.
"Playing The 18th Hole"
24" x 30"
Ret. $45.
" PAY ATTENTION"
by Gary Crouch
16" x 20"
Limited Edition print
of 250
$125.00
from original oil on canvas
"Legacy & Legends"
24" x 30" Ret. $45.
"Twentyfour-Seven"
24" x 30" Ret. $45.
"South Texas Boom"
24" x 36" Ret. $48.
A Comparison of The Times
From Spindletop to Eagle Ford
24" x 36"
art connotes the current play with an old
abandoned truck relating to the times in
the past, when further south, Spindletop
revolutionized the oil industry. The inset
corner map shows the current locations
(as of March 2012) of oil and gas wells.
The legend gives the well count for the
shale wells for oil, gas, and permitted.
Opposite corner map of Texas shows the
counties with fields developed in the
Ford Shale in south Texas. The central
art connotes the current play with an old
abandoned truck relating to the times in
the past, when further south, Spindletop
revolutionized the oil industry. The inset
corner map shows the current locations
(as of March 2012) of oil and gas wells.
The legend gives the well count for the
shale wells for oil, gas, and permitted.
Opposite corner map of Texas shows the
counties with fields developed in the
early 1900's. The text next to the map
gives the county, field and date
developed. The text next to the Eagle
Ford map gives the current 'regular
producing wells' by count in each county
where the shale plays are taking place.
The center art is bordered with early oil
cans and pump globes from the early
days. The tools along the top left show a
few tools used in 1900 compared to the
tools on the top right used today. The
border background behind the logos is
oil.
"Back In The Day"
24" x 36"
$48.00
"Delivering The Crude"
24" x 36"
Retail $48.
OUT OF STOCK
"Petroleum-Made In USA-History
In Progress"
24" x 36"
$48.
"Pioneers Of Energy"
24" x 36"
$48.
"Oklahoma Petroleum"
24" x 36"
When, Where and Now
$48.00 retail
"West Texas Boom" 24x36
$48.
The new print, Texas Petroleum
(1866-2014) covers the early days to the
current plays.
The numbered nomenclature list key
locations with corresponding numbers on
the Texas map
giving the names and locations of many of
the early-day discoveries that
transformed the
Texas economy from cotton to oil.
Today's primary plays (Barnett, Eagle
Ford, Permian Basin and
Haynesville/Bossier) are noted along with
factual highlights of Texas oil and gas.
Bordered by early rig components and
photos from the days gone by.
The background illustration gives a
glimpse into the fields of yesterday.
"Texas Petroleum - Historical Times"
24" x 36" $48.
"NEVER WAS EASY"
24x36
$48.
"GENERATIONS"
24X36   $48.
"Advancing Innovations"
24" x 30"
$45.
"INDEPENDENCE"