Nicholas Louis Ladas
Oils, Pencils, Pen and Ink...Blood, Sweat and Tears
A Long Road
My studio has paintings of Cowboys and Indians done in 1973 hanging on its walls. As a young boy growing up in Montana, I was enamored with the west's history and lore and many years later I still am. Those paintings, done by me as a boy in the basement of our Billings home, are on my wall to remind me of who I am and where I have come from.
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Associate Member - Oil Painters of America
Last off the easel:
"It's a Good Day to Die"
24"x36" Oils
Next off the easel:
"Back to the Blanket"
16"x20" Oils
"Painting is easy when you don't know how, but very difficult when you do."
Edgar Degas
"Brothers In Arms" by Nick Ladas has been juried into the 2015 CM Russell Museum First Strike Friday Night Art Sale.