Joseph E. Young

Joseph E. Young’s paintings have portrayed the Southwestern landscape as a Garden of Eden where exotic plants and often domestic animals, such as cats and dogs, freely interplay with numerous colorful flowers, butterflies, fish and birds. In these compositions, birds hide within foliage and flowers and fish often float on the water, as one painting’s title explains, “Fish Want to Fly”.

Below are examples of Joseph E. Young’s work.  Please contact us for more information.

Day of the Dead - Fan Dance

Day of the Dead – Fan Dance

Three Cats, Dog and Flag

Three Cats, Dog and Flag

Five Doves and Flowers

Five Doves and Flowers

Untitled (Cowboy and Dog)

Untitled (Cowboy and Dog)

Untitled (Cowboy Crossing a River)

Untitled (Cowboy Crossing a River)

Two Horned Cows

Two Horned Cows

Cowboy and Two Dogs in a Landscape

Cowboy and Two Dogs in a Landscape

Four Doves

Four Doves

 

Dog, Kitten and Flying Dove

Dog, Kitten and Flying Dove

Long-Eared Dog

Long-Eared Dog

Fuzzy Pup in Landscape

Fuzzy Pup in Landscape

Birds and Pink Flowers

Birds and Pink Flowers

Phaesant in Landscape

Phaesant in Landscape

Soaring Eagle, Cat, and Pup

Soaring Eagle, Cat, and Pup