Portrait of a Warrior

Ken Pridgeon, Albert Villegas/Baytown Sun photo

By Gary P Jackson

Might as well grab a box of tissues now. Our friend and reader, Joy sent us this video over the weekend. It comes from an edition of the syndicated Texas Country Reporter featuring Ken Pridgeon, a retired teacher who has devoted his life to honoring Texans who have fallen in battle. He runs his Portrait of a Warrior Memorial Art Gallery out of a small storefront in downtown Baytown, Texas. [near the Port of Houston]

Ken “the dauber” Pridgeon’s Portrait of a Warrior Memorial Art Gallery is located at 308 W. Texas Avenue, Baytown, TX 77520. This is an incredible man with a wonderful gift. A real blessing.

For more information on the Portrait of a Warrior Memorial Art Gallery and how you can get involved, check out the website here.

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One response to “Portrait of a Warrior

  1. We Thank God

    “I love to witness God touch people with the true talent, to touch others~ To inspire for the sake of good, to emotionally relieve the burden of pain, help in times of trouble and the list goes on~ Save in the name of love, Amen~”
    ” Over the largest mountains and across the stormy seas there is an ole stained rugged cross specially, placed for me, for I have been “dying” to give my love to all of thee~” Thank you Jesus~
    “God Blesses all those who have fallen to protect & serve in the name of HIM~”
    We want forget and we will all meet again~

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