Fred Fellows is active/lives in Arizona, California, Oklahoma. Fred Fellows is known for realist western, cowboy genre sculpture and painting.
Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter
and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby.
Although Fellows, as a youth, moved to California and attended high school in Los Angeles, he continued his interest in 'things western' including competing in rodeos, working as a saddle maker in Paramount, California for Butler Sadlery, and being a cowboy at Monolith, California on the Jamison Ranch.
This period of his life was followed by serving as Art Director for Northrup Aircraft, which honed his composition skills for the realist style of western subject paintin ... Displaying 750 of 6525 characters.