Posts Tagged ‘pencil’
For the Hereford lovers out there, here’s a special print by Bill Owen! “Day Herding” won a Silver award for Bill at the 1981 Cowboy Artists of America Show. The size of this print is 15.75″H X 19.5″W, and there were only 100 prints in this limited edition. If you’re interested, call me at 575-649-0636, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. #lovewesternart
Monday morning and back to work! Time to catch the ponies and saddle up. I’ve always loved Bill Owen’s style on his pencils; so authentic and just gorgeous. “Catching Horses” is a limited edition print, 20″H X 14.75″W. Give me a call at 575-649-0636, or email me at email@example.com if you’re interested.
Have a great Monday, everyone! #lovewesternart
“Trio” by Sheri Greves Neilson is a limited edition print, 18″H X 16″W, with a price tag of only $45.
Have an awesome Sunday, everyone! #lovewesternart
No surprise, there are so many fans of Angus cattle here at the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s convention, paired with numerous fans of Dino Cornay’s work, so “The General” is going to a new home! Always good to see so many admirers of western art taking the time to look through everything on display in the booth. Thanks for all the business! I’m here til 7 pm tonight, and then open 7:30 to 10:30 am tomorrow, Saturday morning. #lovewesternart
Looking forward to the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s convention coming up soon! The convention and trade show will be held at the Reed Conference Center in Midwest City, OK, and is taking place July 24-26. Always great to see so many old friends there. The Reata Gallery booth will be just inside the double doors as you enter the conference center, so you can’t miss it.
“Passing It On” by Sheri Greves-Neilson is a limited edition print, 18″H X 11.5″W, with a price tag of $60. It’s a great example of everyday life of our ranching families, isn’t it?
How’s your Monday going? Well, if it’s a typical kind of a Monday, here’s hoping that “Bluebonnet” will put a smile on your face! Reminds me of my old donkey, Tarzan, and although Tarzan was NOT very attractive, he could always put a smile on my face with his crazy antics. He used to convince my stud horse, Reata, to race him back and forth in their long runs that were next to each other, and Reata willingly obliged, buckin’ and playing alongside, while Tarzan would race as fast as his spindly little legs and pot belly could go! You really needed to see it in person to get the full effect!
Sorry, I digressed. “Bluebonnet” here is a limited edition giclee by Brenda Murphy, 11″H X 8″W, with a price tag of $100. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can’t resist and need to buy a print.