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I thought you'd be interested to see where a couple of
your wonderful Wild West paintings are hung. We recently
saw your T.V. interview with Chrys Peterson. We then
stopped by the American Gallery to see your work.
I decided to email you some photos when I heard you say
your paintings "were like family" & you felt as if
people "adopt" them rather than buy them. I just want
you to know that we love them & they both hold a place
of honor in our Arizona home. Also, Sheriff Clyde
Calhoun is now hung just slightly crooked. Because a
visitor to our home told us, " in Arizona all Sheriffs
are a little crooked ! ! "
Keep up the great work !!!
Do you offer any prints of your paintings. I am looking for prints
of western lawmen paintings for some of our headquarters offices.
U.S. Marshals Service
Thanks again for your gracious hospitality yesterday. I hope we did
not outstay our welcome too badly. Art aside, you are a truly
interesting and nice guy to talk to. Wish I could have met Sally
I hung Goldilocks in her new home last night and she transforms the
room! I knew she would! Bill, my husband, came home from work this
morning and was very pleased too. We sat on the couch with the labs
(Tucker and Max) and just looked at her for a while.
I really do hope that you and Sally will take a ride out and visit
one day soon.
My name is Frank Willis,
I have been an admirer of your paintings for several years. I
usually visit Toledo a couple of times a year and have had the
pleasure of seeing some of your wonderful work hanging in the
American Gallery, in Sylvania. I particularly enjoyed your work "That's Far Enough". I should have
purchased it when I first saw it, but at the time I didn't have the
area to display it and enjoy it. My question is, am I lucky enough
to find out it is still available? If it
has been sold, do you ever repeat any of your paintings?
My name is Jessie Owens and I am A huge fan of your work. I have
been in love with your wide-brimmed gentlemen since I was young,
walking past the American Art Gallery in Saxon Square to get ice
cream after school. Now entering my more formidable years, I am looking to put some
color on my walls and purchase my first major artwork. Also let me
say that I think "the Kid" that you have presently displayed at
American Art is the best yet, though a little too far out of my
budget. I'm emailing to ask if you sell your art anywhere other than
at American Art Gallery? I'd love to find something I love just as
much a "the Kid" or "the Rancher" in my price range and make my
first cowboy purchase official! Thank you so much for your time and for your contribution to the art
| I am amazed by your work. I would hope that a
non-collector of fine art would stand a chance of affording a piece
by you. Your work is so captivating, I so enjoy the colors and
colorful characters you showcase. I am anxious to see how much it
would cost to purchase a piece by you.
Thank you for your time.
We finally got Stick 'em Up out to our home in Virginia, so I
thought I'd pass along a photo of it hanging in our dining room. We
absolutely love it! Thanks again and take care.
Andy Walko and Sharyl Byram
|Our recently finished new home turned out great,
but when guests take a tour of the house, much of their praise
revolves around Dave's art work. The western characters are done in
an authentic style, but they are incredibly unique. We've been to
countless art galleries in the Southwest, but still have seen
nothing that rivals the personality that flows out of each painting!
Brad and Anita Wilbur
| I own four of Dave's fantastic paintings,
my only problem as I told Dave earlier, is that I no longer have any
wall space for another. Who am I kidding, I'll make room!!
Well Charlie and the gang are in their new home and we have spent
last two days inviting our friends over to gaze at your gorgeous
works! I have included a couple of pics here for you to see them. In
fact, if you are available next Tuesday afternoon, Mary (who emailed
you before) and another gal-friend of mine would love to come over
and see what you have available. Maybe I will bring my little yorkie for
your wife to meet if she will be around too.
Also, was Charlie a sheriff and did the little Mexican boy have a
name? what about the gang that was tearing up the saloon..? ...maybe
you had better just write the story down for us when you have a
Thinking of you and wishing you all the best in the upcoming
Talk to you soon, Julie and Tony
|We absolutely love Dave Wisniewki's work. We
have three of his paintings and enjoy the stories behind the
artwork. Tequila Pete and Ten Bear are larger than life characters.
We love having these conversation pieces in our home.
Allison and Mel Micham
|Dave I truly love your paintings. My wife and I are looking at a
home in Lambertville, MI and the owner had three of your paintings.
(Tequila Pete, 10 Bears and Buffalo Soilder) I was so intrigued by
Tequila Pete that I set out to find the artist. I would love to see
more of your art if you could point me in the right direction.
Really want to see Adios if it is still available. Thaks Dave and
keep on doing what you are doing. It's great!
|Your art is freaking amazing.
My guildmate from World of Warcraft sent me here. Chris Brown?
He said I'd like your art and wow! Its amazing. Wish I could have
seen the show in NYC. I have a slightly different media and style, but someday I hope to
be as good as you :D
Keep up the amazing work!
|Hello Mr. Wisniewski,
I was researching The James Brothers as my husband is in the
genealogy of Cole Younger. I came across your webpage and your work
is excellent. I myself am Creek Indian, though 50% polish with
family names of Stafanski, Witkiewicz, and Pietrovszki all from
Poland and then settling still today in Ohio.
I am in California and would love an art piece, though too many
amazing ones to choose from. I love the details, colors, and
projection of the art work. The pictures are absolutely captivating.
Have you ever painted a Cole Younger? Also, do you paint the
different tribe types such as Creek? I clicked through the gallery
and am also wanting to know how to determine prices?
Thank you kindly,
Mrs. Felicia Barlow
|I just got my UT alumni magazine and saw your article. I'm a
2002 Business grad. I would love to know how much some of your
available art is going for. If I could afford it, I'd love to get
one of your western paintings. I live in Toledo.
My husband and I have recently moved to Texas from Illinois. We
retired closer to family. My husband has been fascinated with the
Larry McMurtry novels now that we live "Out West"and we have both
become fascinated with southwestern art, cowboy and indian images
mostly. We recently traveled to Sante Fe and purchased some posters
showcasing indian characters. I really think your paintings would
do well in Sante Fe. I can't say that I saw anything similar to
your work there. We came home and have continued to look for some
special, but would not call ourselves serious collectors. We live
in Denton Texas and like the idea of bringing a little of the
southwest into our home. We really do love your work. I especially
like the vibrant colors you use and the cartoonish style of the
images. All your subjects look as though they would have great
stories to tell. Right now I am drawn especially to Crooked Crow,
but I do love others as well. I don't know if all your paintings
are on your website? If so, I will continue to admire them and see
if I can squeeze some $$$$ out of something, somewhere, somehow.
Thank you for responding to my request. You certainly are very
talented and I have enjoyed reading your story.
I have a great mom too. She moved with us from Illinois and now
shares our home with us in Texas.
|Dave these are absolutely beautiful and so real, my favorites
are the three indians and bart bashaw waits, keep up the good work.
|"Dave, I am still really in awe of your talent. I really enjoy
looking at your paintings on your website. You truly are a gifted