About Teal Blake 

Teal grew up in Montana, on the eastern slope if the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by ranching country.  Growing up in his father’s studio, looking at C. M. Russell paintings and reading Will James books, it was hard not to pick up a pencil and start capturing his own visions of cowboys and the American West.

Teal has always liked to show what makes the traditional west: cowboys not always clean shaven; shirts not always creased; and their horses manes not always long.

Broncs tend to get the most attention, maybe because the bucking horse has always been one of the most recognized symbols of the West.  Teal’s medium of choice is watercolor.


Maxwell Alexander Gallery

406 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015


Medicine Man Gallery

6872 E Sunrise Dr
Tucson, AZ 85750


Legacy Gallery

Scottsdale, AZ
Jackson Hole, WY



Mountain and Prairie Podcast

Teal was recently interviewed for Mountain and Prairie podcast. This is an in depth conversation with Ed Roberson that covers a wide range of topics.

Western Horseman

Watercolorist Teal Blake reflects on the road that led him to the Cowboy Artists of America and his first show with the group, which happened to coincide with its 50th anniversary.


Cowboy Artists of America

1234 Main St.
Americaville, TX 12345



2015 • Silver medal CAA Water Solubles

2016 • Gold medal CAA Water Solubles

2018 • gold medal CAA Water Solubles 

2017 • Academy of Western Artists
Artist of the Year