Keith Martin Johns Fine Art

The Trail Boss

Available sizes:  17 x 11 & 24 x 15 The Paso Fino proudly wears the official Florida Cracker Trail hat.
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Til the Cows Come Home

Available sizes:  17 x 9 & 24 x 13
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The Watering Hole

Available sizes:   17 x 13, 24 x 18, 30 x 22, 40 x 30 & 50 x 37 Driving across Florida near Lake Okeechobee on highway 60; who hasn't seen this sight? If you didn't see the cows, they saw you from The Watering ...read more
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Simple Times

Available sizes:  17 x 11 & 20 x 13
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Naturally Cracker

Available sizes: 17 x 8.5 & 24 x 12  Cracker Horses are the state horses for Florida.
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Mule Riders

Available sizes: 17 x 11 & 24 x 17 Back packing across Florida on the Florida Cracker Trail.
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Naturally Cracker

Original Oil 24" x 30"
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Mule Riders

Original Oil 20" x 14"
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Fence Line Check

Original Oil 11" x 14" Florida cowboys did not use lassos to herd or capture cattle. Their primary tools were bullwhips and dogs. Florida cattle and horses were small. The "cracker cow", also known as the "native cow", or "scrub cow" averaged about 600 pounds, ...read more
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Round Up

Original Oil 16" x 6"
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Gates of Splendor

Through the Gates of Splendor: Built in 1918 along a ridge of oolitic limestone, El Jardin expresses the broad training of its architect, Richard Kiehnel of Kiehnel and Elliott, and the experience of its owner, John Bindley, then president of Pittsburgh Steel. Kiehnel, in a September 1928 article for Tropical Home and Garden, referred to the house as a “progenitor of the Modern Mediterranean style home.” ...read more
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0Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Florida's Forgotten Coast is one of my most popular pieces of work. It was painted in watercolor with well over 800 hours charted in its composition. This piece truly looks great in a large size giclee canvas print of 50" or 60" wide. ...read more
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Fence Line Check

Florida cowboys did not use lassos to herd or capture cattle. Their primary tools were bullwhips and dogs. Florida cattle and horses were small. The "cracker cow", also known as the "native cow", or "scrub cow" averaged about 600 pounds, had large horns and large feet. ...read more
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Farrier

Available size:  17 x 13, 24 x 19, 30 x 24, & 40 x 32 Without sound feet, a horse is handicapped at best. Fortunately, regular maintenance by a skilled farrier (often called a horseshoer/blacksmith), along with good management by his owner, can keep most ...read more
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Enjoying the Fruit of Labor

With the railroads moving deeper into the state, the citrus industry was able to expand in the late 19th century. Realtors promoted Florida as a paradise on earth; the climate was great and the soil could produce anything you wanted to grow on it. Citrus figured into this claim and many people caught the orange fever, knowing all they had to do was plant a grove, sit back, get a suntan and reap the harvest! ...read more
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Cracker Cattle Country

Available sizes:  17 x 11.3, 24 x 16, 30 x 20 & 40 x 27  
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