Jerry Malzahn (b. 1946), "Cattle Watering--Denton Creek", 2008, oil on board, 7 x 10", frame: 13.25 x 16.25"
Jerry Malzahn is a Texas artist (b. 1946) who has garnered numerous awards, including the "Richard C. Pionk Award" from the prestigious Salmagundi Club in New York. His painting "Bancroft Hall" is displayed in the U.S Naval Academy Museum. Also two important exhibits includes "Portraits of Colorado-an American Symphony No.1" written and performed by two time Emmy Award Winner Charles Denler, inspired by Jerry's Colorado Paintings, and American Landscapes presented at Questroyal Fine Art in New York City. Jerry painted a Christmas Tree Ornament for the Bush family in the White House in 2008. He regularly exhibits in Dallas, Denver and New York City.