Roy McLendon Jr - Florida Highwaymen Artist
Thanks for visiting!
We hope you can find something that appeals to you. Highwaymen Art Another Perspective is focused on providing high-quality Art and customer satisfaction - we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
With a variety of art to choose from,(originals and prints), we're sure you'll  find a piece that warrants more attention. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.

Frist Friday Gallery Stroll in historic downtown Vero Beach

04/18/15 and 04/19/15 Hibiscus Festival in Vero Beach, Fl        

05/01/15 thru 05/03/15 Sun Fest West palm Beach, Fl

02/21/15  Will be in Brooksville Florida.

The Heritage Day Festival and Home Tour will be held Saturday, February 21st from 9a.m.-4p.m. on the grounds of the Train Depot Museum located at 70 Russell Street, Brooksville Fl 34601. This event is sponsored by the Hernando Historical Museum  Association, and the Historic Hernando Preservation Society.


The annual Florida Highwaymen art event will be at Jetson's Applicance in Ft Pierce.

Roy A. McLendon Jr At Inaugural Gala honoring Bishop Jimmie L Williams02/14/14

On Feb. 14, the Yellow House Gallery & Gift Shop will host a free reception honoring the works of the Florida Highwaymen with two artists: Highwayman Roy McLendon, Sr. and his son Roy McLendon, Jr.  More details about the Florida Highwaymen, their work and the reception are listed below.  No reservations needed....a great low-stress date night opportunity.

Artist of the Month – February

Roy McLendon, Jr.
The Highlands Art League's Artist of the Month series is proud to feature the artwork of
Roy Algin McLendon Jr on Friday, February 14, at the Yellow House Gallery and Gift Shop
from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Roy is the son of artist Roy McLendon Sr, one of Florida's black
artists, known as 'The Highwaymen'. Though he is not considered one of the original
Highwaymen, Roy's work is also inspired by Florida's stunning atmospheric landscapes,
harking back to simpler times, but with his own distinguishing style.

Roy is known for his renditions of southern subjects and Caribbean scenes, Florida's lush
landscapes, moonlit rivers and lakes, the Royal Poinciana tree, and childhood memories of
home places. Fishermen at work, once an everyday sight in communities, are often
incorporated in his landscapes. He wishes people not just to see what he creates, but feel
his creation as well.

He has been painting for 45 years, and is not much younger than some of the original
Highwaymen themselves. Roy and his father often painted together as he was growing up,
sometimes even working on the same Florida scene from different points of view. His goal
is to make the Highwaymen style more accepted as the fine art that it is, accomplishing this
through the professionalism and dedicated artistry of his work.

The Florida Highwaymen have since held a meeting, and voted to draft a letter requesting that
the Tallahassee Florida Artist Hall of Fame add Roy McLendon Jr to the roster of the Highwaymen
Artists, and he receive the same recognition as the original Highwaymen. He is the only child of the
Highwaymen to have met these qualifications.

The Art League joins with Destination Downtown on Friday, February 14 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
for the Sip and Shop activities on the Circle. The Friday evening at the Yellow House reception
includes snacks and light refreshments, with live music supplied by local musician Steve Jones.
Enjoy Roy's beautiful oil paintings and browse the gallery and studios for original, one of a kind gifts,
created by our own local artists.

The Yellow House Gallery and Gift Shop is located at 1989 Lakeview Drive. The Art League hours
are Tuesday to Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturdays. Additional
information may also be obtained by calling 863 385 5312, or visiting the website at

08/10/13 and 08/11/13
Florida’s historic landscape artists, known as The Florida Highwaymen, will be returning to picturesque Mount Dora for the 11th HIGHWAYMEN ART Show and Sale.
On Saturday & Sunday, August 10th and 11th, the popular Highwaymen artists will return to Mount Dora and display sell their art work from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day inside and outside of the Donnelly Building in Donnelly Park, located in the center of Mount Dora. Visitors can enjoy the scenic renderings of Florida’s landscape expressed in the Classic Highwaymen art style. Participating in this event will be original Highwaymen; Al Black, James Gibson, Isaac Knight, Robert Lewis, Roy McLendon, Charles Walker, John Maynor and Roy McLendon Jr. Admission, as before, is FREE!!
We will also have originals for sale. for more info  call me at 772.713.3118
Lightening and rays  $4200 24x3
The next setting $5200 24x30

We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!

Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint