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In the mid, to late 1920s numerous wildcat discoveries were made in remote parts of the Permian Basin.  Small “towns” quickly developed at the delivery point of equipment and supplies nearest these new oil fields.  This “Boom Town” image is a composite of such a community and its exploration activities, circa 1926.  The location of this “Boom Town” is looking south from the base of King Mountain in western Upton County, near the present town of McCamey.

Don Parks is a Midland artist who has been painting Permian Basin and southwest landscapes since the early 1980s.  Mr. Parks sees much beauty in West Texas and has great respect for the people who settled this area and their rugged entrepreneurial spirit.

This Don Parks painting is available as a giclee either on paper or as canvas mounted onto foam core board.


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