Eclectic Painter of the Odd and Unusual
He paints what he loves, and loves what he paints
Doug Waterfield is a Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. His work has been shown at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna, the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, the Los Alamos Historical Society Museum and the American Museum of Science and Energy. His work has also confused numerous patrons at various and sundry galleries, bars, souvenir shops, tattoo parlors and seedy dives across America.
He enjoys hob-nobbing with the rich and infamous, watching terrible movies, world travel and collecting autographs. He hates lima beans, but loves good bourbon. He lives in Kearney with his long-suffering wife and three children. He is hell-bent on world domination through the creation of his own, personal army of robot super-men. He also owns 2 dogs with seven legs between them.
The link to order my new book: (You know you want one.)
All content on this website is © dougwaterfield.com and may not be reproduced without the expressed, writtenpermission of the artist.
Doug Waterfield's Art Blog-O-Rama
Nagasaki in Red, 2019. Available.
Hiroshima in Blue, 2019. Available.
Old Towne Hotel, 2019, 22 1/2” x 15 1/2” watercolor
Here are the first four paintings from my new watercolor series based on classic Las Vegas signage. Hope you enjoy!
Number 3 in the series: “Golden Nugget”
Contact me at email@example.com for pricing and purchase information.