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Angus cows… As a graphite pencil artist, there is nothing exciting about black Angus cattle. So to make it look like something more than just a black blob is quite difficult. I think I succeeded in bringing character and life … Continue reading
Pictured above, titled “Talking to the Buckaroo” is one of my favorite pieces of work by Bill Owen. Bill Owen, known to some as “the Cowboy Artist” captures the western ranchers and cattlemen with ease. No matter what painting you … Continue reading
Working the Babies is a drawing that has been in the back of my mind for a long while. Where I was raised, there were several horse and cattle ranches. I would see the cowboys patiently work the baby cattle, gathering … Continue reading
October has been a busy month, with lots of changes. For the time being, my pencils are stashed. The paper is stored. And while I wait patiently for the majority of my belongings to catch up with me, I sit … Continue reading
As a self-confessed dreamer, I had always hoped to be born when cattle drives on the Chisholm Trail were still an everyday occurence. … Continue reading
The debate continues, and who knows which side is right. Maybe both sides have their point. All I can do is draw the animal, and help to educate the public at large. Wolves are wild carnivore members of the dog … Continue reading
Moving the cattle across Cuyama River during the winter. A cowboy’s work is not always fun, but the animals still need to be moved.