Tombstone Western Movie Fine Art Prints Giclee on quaility canvas or rag cotton paper signed by the artist - extra large and custom sizes
As I embarked on my artistic journey once more, my inspiration flowed from the unforgettable moments of a timeless cinematic masterpiece - "Tombstone." It wasn't just a film; it was an epic saga that had captured my heart for the 657th time, and each viewing only intensified my connection to its characters and their world. Underneath the sprawling oak trees of my Texas haven, amidst the backdrop of horses, saddles, and tack, I ventured into the heart of the Wild West. I may be more inclined to feathers in my hair, but this land has always been a home to the spirit of cowboys, and it felt fitting to honor their legacy. My canvas came alive with the very essence of that iconic scene from the film: the Earp brothers - Wyatt, Morgan, and Virgil - and the legendary Doc Holliday, resolute and unyielding, walking purposefully down the dust-choked street toward the fateful showdown at the OK Corral. Their faces were etched with the grit and sweat of men ready to face their destiny, silhouetted against a blazing canvas of red and gold - the fire of passion, justice, and reckoning. As I painted, I couldn't help but lose myself in a different time, a time when cattle drives spanned endless landscapes, life and death hung in the balance, and the streets echoed with the ominous rhythm of gunfights. It was a world where therapists plied their trade upstairs at the local saloon, where beauty and danger intertwined in the most mesmerizing of ways. I often found myself pondering the age-old question of who I might have been had I been born in an era such as that. It was a form of time travel, an enchanting adventure to live for a while within the very scene I was recreating. The Texas winds would occasionally sweep by, carrying with them swirls of dust and the rhythmic sounds of my horses' snorting and stomping, grounding me in this vividly imagined past. But at the heart of it all was the love I held for this movie, for the extraordinary characters that breathed life into it. Doc Holliday, with his sharp wit and complex soul, Wyatt Earp, the embodiment of justice and determination, Morgan, whose courage knew no bounds, and Virgil, the steadfast elder brother - these actors were nothing short of icons, etched in the memories of all who have been captivated by their portrayal. With each stroke of my brush, I paid tribute to the heroes and legends that had graced the silver screen in "Tombstone." It wasn't just a painting; it was a portal to a world of grit, honor, and unshakable resolve. For me, it was the best movie ever, a testament to the enduring power of storytelling and the eternal allure of the Wild West. - Marnie Miller AAIT
Art by Marnie Miller, an artist in Texas
Title: "Say When" Tombstone Movie Art
Medium: Oil/Acrylic/Ink Mixed Medium
These are all available in full original color or vintage black and white. See photos above for color and greyscale examples. If you don't see the size you need, just shoot me a message and we will work it out. This piece makes the perfect gift for the country music legend loving Tombstone fan!!!
Rag Cotton Paper prints are on Super Premium 100% cotton rag cotton paper ( the kind that lasts for 100s of years) This paper is GORGEOUS y'all. It has a soft, subtle texture and it just really looks super expensive... because it is super expensive.
The paper prints are limited edition signed and numbered collector's pieces ( hand signed by the artist in the studio). That makes them more valuable some day, we hope and pray.
The size of the print is the actual paper size. Theres a 1 inch white border around the art and the original signature and numbers are signed in the white portion at the bottom of the art.
These are not framed. It's just the fine art rag cotton paper print, signed and numbered rolled up and placed in a protective shipping tube.
Canvas prints are printed on 100% Cotton Museum Quality Canvas ( the same stuff you'd find in a fancy smancy art gallery... wait, maybe I am a fancy smancy art gallery?)
Rolled canvas prints - That just means that the wooden part doesn't come with it. It's just the canvas print rolled up and shipped in a tube like the paper one's. This is a perfect print of the
original art with the edges extended a full 2.5 inches all the way around. That gives you plenty of extra for stretching your own canvas on either the skinny .75 thickness stretcher bars or the 1.5" gallery wrapped thickness. ( See the photo above on the listing to explain the differences between options.)
Stretched canvas prints - That just means that the wooden part, the framework behind the canvas, is indeed included. Stretched canvas is ready to hang right out of the box. .75 is the skinnier frame that you'd want if you're going to add a decorative frame around the canvas. You know, like a pretty, stylish, cool or funky frame. Anyway, if you want to frame your stretched canvas, go with the skinnier .75 option. If you want the gallery wrapped look, you'll want to choose the 1.5 thickness, for that thicker and bulkier side profile fine art gallery look. Both of these have finished edges all the way around so they look great right out of the box. Both are ready to hang, with or without framing. ( See the photo above on the listing to explain the differences between options.) Same with the canvas prints, no frames or decorative room stuff. Just the artwork.
I'm the artist, Marnie Miller, and I promise you this; I'm right here in the slap dab middle of it every single day and not a print leaves this studio that I didn't touch, inspect and verify clarity, color and the integrity of the artwork, MYSELF. Art is not what I do, it's who I am. This my dream and my life. I want you to LOVE your art and treat me like a friend. That's my quest.
I do take custom commissions from time to time. If you have an interesting idea or would like to talk about commissioning original art, I'm all ears. Lets talk about it. I LOVE new ideas and people... so people with new ideas are like biscuits and gravy!!! Fantastic.
P.S. "You know all those things you've always wanted to go do?... You should totally go do them!" - Marnie Miller, AAIT
Peace, Love and Art Y'all,
Marnie Miller, AAIT
Art by Marnie Miller, Owner/Artist
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Frequently Asked Questions
Sizes are listed on prints but custom is welcome. The same goes for originals. Remember to send me a message for anything unique. I love unique. Sculpture and one of a kind items... If you want something different, let's talk about it and see what we come up with. Thanks again for all your questions and comments. Love your life and do what you love. I wish you every joy and blessing. 🤗
Custom and personalized orders
I'm always happy to do custom or personalized orders. Please just send me a message with your request details and I'll reply with a quote and estimated time frame. I do love anything unique or wierd so run it by me. Let's talk about it and see what we come up with. Thanks again for all your questions and comments. Love you life and do what you love. From here to there, I wish you every joy and blessing.🤗
Original art is usually a mixture of mediums ranging from watercolor, oil, acrylic and textiles... Sometimes leaves and sticks. The creative process is most unpredictable. Each piece is well protected with three coats of heirloom quality clear acrylic and will not yellow or discolor over time. I cant stress the importance of protecting you original art from water damage, excess moisture, condensation or extreme heat. I don't recommend glass over any original artwork unless it is recessed in a shadow box type frame. When framing prints, be sure to use only acid free materials and galvanized or stainless metals. If you have questions about mounting, hanging or storing your art, don't hesitate to message me. I'm here to help.
Gift wrapping and packaging
Packages generally come wrapped in brown paper but I'm more than happy to gift wrap, add a gift message or make it extra special any way you'd like. Let's talk about it and see what we come up with. Thanks so much for all your questions, comments and ideas. Love your life and do what you love. From here to there, I wish you every joy and blessing. 🤗