Meadowlark Gallery: The Artist Biographies

Paul Abram, Jr.
Paul Abram, Jr. is a realistic painter and sculptor of the historic American West. He was born in Bloomington, Indiana in 1933. The son of a landscape and floral painter, he had an early interest in art during his schooling and entered commercial art during the first years after high school. In 1963, he moved to Houston where he worked as the general manger of a billboard operation. During that time, he began to develop his watercolor painting and had his work on display in a local gallery. In 1974 he decided to go full time in painting. His paintings have been featured on magazine covers such as Western Horseman. During 1981, he received gold awards for mixed media at the George Phippen Memorial Day show and for best of show and best watercolor in the American Indian and Cowboy Artist show, and he was elected a member of the AICA.
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