Lance Headlee







Lance Headlee

Lance Headlee

Distinctively Original


Lance Headlee – Distinctively Original

“I don’t paint what I see with my eyes, I paint what I see in my mind. This guarantees you the viewer and me the artist there is only one original painting like it on this planet”

Imagination Running Wild – I never know what the image will be until it enters my mind and starts to dance. Images come and go – it’s the ones that stay and dance that talk to me. They dance the best and stay the longest, and are always talking to me. They say “paint us distinctively unique” “paint us fun” “paint us colorful” “Paint us cool and sexy” “paint us big, bold and beautiful” but most of all don’t paint us if you can’t challenge yourself and paint something new and different. As an artist “Different” is always the challenge for me. Painting images straight from imagination are images you can’t find anywhere else in the world. In the world of art Distinctively Original is my challenge and one I gladly except. My clients and collectors love the fact that the fun images I paint are one of a kind original images, the only paintings like them on this planet.

Art Is My Life – At the age of eight, the first thing my father ever showed me how to draw was a cowboy on a piece of paper. When he drew it, I freaked out and asked him to do it again, and he did. I looked on in amazement. Watching my father make that cowboy come alive putting pencil to paper changed my life forever. Since that day, art and the creative process of bringing imagination to life has consumed my world. What you see today is no doubt the end result of that amazing moment in time with my Father.

Art has been a large part of my world for as long as I can remember. I have been applying paint to canvas for over 35 years. It is the challenge of the entire creative process that interests me the most. Bringing ideas from mind to reality, and the journey from beginning to end is a beautiful process. It doesn’t matter to me what it is, as long as it allows me to let my mind run free so I can imagine and explore the possibilities of creating something new for myself and the viewer.

Those Were The Days – I’ve always been a cowboy just ask my MOM – because someone took these pictures and it wasn’t me, I just found them.

These are pictures of aka “Young Gun” and my dog “T-bone”. This is about the age I started to drawLANCE HEADLEE YOUNG GUN and let my imagination run free. Can you say Bonanza and Gun Smoke, Those were the days. I had to have the same hat as Hass Cartwright. Google it! It’s Googleable. Which wasn’t even a word back then. lol

To all the hundreds of artist, art lovers, clients, and collectors from all over the world that have been to The Gallery Store and have made purchases on my images and made comments on my work, I would like to say to each and every one of you, THANK YOU SO MUCH. You have all been extremely kind to take the time to support me and comment. All your comments are very inspirational. Again, Thank you very much.

To my family, friends, clients, collectors, art lovers, and all the special people that have purchased
my work and supported my creativity over the years, it is and always will be greatly appreciated.
I wish each and every one of you Love, Health and Happiness Always.

Fine Art America & Pixels is the ONLY Authorized Dealer of Lance Headlee Fine Art Reproductions.

All original paintings are purchased directly from artist Lance Headlee (602) 980-9606

Reproductions of Lance Headlee images NOT supplied by or authorized by Lance Headlee, is strictly prohibited. Lance Headlee copyright 2000-2018.


Colors Of Four by Lance Headlee


Sedona Sundown by Lance Headlee


Three In The Blue by Lance Headlee


Colors Of Four by Lance Headlee


First Kiss by Lance Headlee


Two In Blue by Lance Headlee


Red Rider by Lance Headlee


Green Pastures by Lance Headlee


Three In Color by Lance Headlee


Riding Red by Lance Headlee


Cowboy Splash by Lance Headlee


One Warrior by Lance Headlee


Cowboy Sundown by Lance Headlee


Indian Sundown by Lance Headlee


Rider One by Lance Headlee


Two Ponies by Lance Headlee


Two Against One by Lance Headlee


Five In The Dust by Lance Headlee


Three On The Trail by Lance Headlee


Three By The Sea by Lance Headlee


Three In Brown by Lance Headlee


On The Waters Edge by Lance Headlee


Gold Riders by Lance Headlee


Blue Riders by Lance Headlee


Riding Three by Lance Headlee


Standing In The Shadow by Lance Headlee


Hole In The Knee by Lance Headlee


Riding Solo by Lance Headlee


Desert Blue by Lance Headlee


Desert Brown by Lance Headlee


Saguaro Gold by Lance Headlee


Desert Green by Lance Headlee


Colors Of Three by Lance Headlee


Burnt Red by Lance Headlee


Three At The Fire by Lance Headlee


Red Feathers by Lance Headlee


Native Abstract 5 by Lance Headlee


Native Abstract 3 by Lance Headlee


Native Abstract 4 by Lance Headlee


Four Natives by Lance Headlee


Native Abstract by Lance Headlee


Feather Head by Lance Headlee


Four With A Feather Red by Lance Headlee


Four With A Feather Blue by Lance Headlee


Native American by Lance Headlee


Bandit Colors 1 by Lance Headlee


Bandit Colors 2 by Lance Headlee


Desert Brown by Lance Headlee