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Going to the Sun
Oil on canvas
60 x 60 inches

Detail of Going to the Sun
Oil on canvas
60 x 60 inches

Native Trilogy
Oil on canvas
56 x 90 inches

“This is a reflection on the three (trilogy) lodges.”

Blue Norther
Oil on canvas
50 x 60 inches

Over the Rainbows
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

“This is a favorite fishing spot on the Missouri River. An abundance of rainbow trout inspired the painting title.”

Bad Moon on the Rise
Oil on canvas
24 x 30 inches

“The last warmth of a weak winter sun passes over a lone tipi in the shadows. The lodge’s design suggests the nature of the starving time: long, cold nights and little food, skeletal bison, and a ‘bad moon’ on the rise.”

Big Horn Lodge
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Horse of Many Colors
Oil on canvas
20 x 20 inches

Night Mares
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Soldiers Falling Into Camp
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Big Dogs
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Going to the Sun
Oil on canvas
60 x 60 inches

Detail of Going to the Sun
Oil on canvas
60 x 60 inches

Native Trilogy
Oil on canvas
56 x 90 inches

“This is a reflection on the three (trilogy) lodges.”

Blue Norther
Oil on canvas
50 x 60 inches

Over the Rainbows
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

“This is a favorite fishing spot on the Missouri River. An abundance of rainbow trout inspired the painting title.”

Bad Moon on the Rise
Oil on canvas
24 x 30 inches

“The last warmth of a weak winter sun passes over a lone tipi in the shadows. The lodge’s design suggests the nature of the starving time: long, cold nights and little food, skeletal bison, and a ‘bad moon’ on the rise.”

Big Horn Lodge
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Horse of Many Colors
Oil on canvas
20 x 20 inches

Night Mares
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Soldiers Falling Into Camp
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

Big Dogs
Oil on canvas
50 x 50 inches

“People ask, ‘What is it about Gilleon’s artwork that’s so fascinating?’  To me, it's the simplicity and the way he uses colors just draws you in.  You see the campfire inside the tipi and it’s just magical. You can’t stop thinking about it.  He invites our imagination with his artwork and it just keeps rolling forward.”

    - Tee Bauer, Collector of Tom Gilleon

David Hooper Quote

“There is no fine art painter from any movement who uses color to move the viewer so emotionally into beauty and peace as Tom Gilleon.  And with such a zen-like minimum of elements.  Gilleon is a master.  And his digital paintings are masterpieces.  Gilleon will go down in history as one the most daring, innovative, and talented artists in the world today.”

        - David Hooper, Mountain West photographer

Tom Petrie Quote

"Tom falls in that tradition of great artists who develop their own style and innovations, but in a way that engages other artists.  He shares the digital techniques he's pioneered with other artists to tell their story their way, not simply another replica of what Tom's doing.  Yes, Gilleon is respected as one of the most innovative and important artists, but that positive sharing is a form of genius.”

        - Tom Petrie, Former Chairman Bank of America | Founder Petrie Institute of Art | Trustee C.M Russell Museum