Doug Gist Art Collections
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Artwork by Doug Gist
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Race by Doug Gist
School Bus by Doug Gist
VW Bug by Doug Gist
Keeping the Peace by Doug Gist
Trains Negotiate the Canyon by Doug Gist
How the West Was Won by Doug Gist
Bodie Wagon by Doug Gist
Pyramid Lake Fly Fishing by Doug Gist
First Kensington California Police Department 1957 by Doug Gist
Washoe County Courthouse by Doug Gist
Join the Reno Police Force by Doug Gist
Mountain Home by Doug Gist
Heavens Colors by Doug Gist
Hot Rodders Reunion by Doug Gist
Leaving 2023 by Doug Gist
Circle the Drain by Doug Gist
Fish Bowl by Doug Gist
Faces of Santa Claus by Doug Gist
Quilts by Kris by Doug Gist
North Pole to the Right of the Moon by Doug Gist
Sail Away by Doug Gist
My Christmas Dogs by Doug Gist
The Christmas Cabin by Doug Gist
1957 Bel Air Christmas by Doug Gist
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MY GOAL IS TO PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE!
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My work is meant to make the viewer smile as they see it, fun, cartoon style for much of it anyway! Much of my work is done on a pad, created without getting paint all over me like I did many years back. I kind of like the idea of not being drenched in oil paints! I draw things that interest me as you will see, history, classic cars, trains, and fly fishing to name a few.
I have been creating things throughout my life, starting with drawing and oil painting as a young boy, photography too. I have worked with wood, metal, and paint and now work mostly with digital drawings and photography. I hope you enjoy what I have created. Look back often as there are many additions coming soon.
I spent seven years as a call firefighter and 27 years as a police officer. I have seen the darkest moments in life and society, all moments I would like to forget but they are with me forever. My drawing allows me to see past those experiences and into things that are beautiful, colorful, and humorous at times.
I have developed and operated a museum, been a photographer by trade (aerial photography) and am a published author (When San Francisco Burned by Craven Books Publishing).
I am now retired and have time to draw, take pictures, fly fish, explore, and play with old cars.