History has always been a favorite with Stylle. His love of the Old West time period is apparent in his many infamous western scenes.
Stylle's forte is creating original historical recreations, such as "Milton Faver Crossing the Rio Grande, 1873", a 16 x 70 ft. mural in the Kiowa Gallery. The mural depicts Faver, an early Presidio County settler, driving 1,000 head of cattle by moonlight across the Rio Grande River from Mexico.
His largest mural is the 31 x 83 ft. Texas street scene for the Fort Worth Stockyard. He works quickly, sometimes completing a large mural in days. Airbrush, paint brushes, rollers and spray guns are his tools, using artist's paint, high gloss paint and house paint. Outside murals are then covered by a sealer developed by NASA for UV ray blockage to prevent excessive fading of color.
Perfectly matched to his love of travel, Stylle's work has brought him to many parts of the country, from California, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, to Tennessee and all over his home state of Texas.
Although western themes are his preferred subject to paint, he can paint anything, from angelic scenes to race cars, replicas of Remingtons and Russells, in commercial buildings as well as private homes. Recently, Stylle painted a series of 3 dimensional fiberglass longhorn steer for Timberland McClain Ad Agency. You name it, he can paint it.