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Seasoned Hand

Seasoned Hand

Cowboys – steady, quietly confident and honest.

I love these qualities in a Cowboy. When I started this drawing, those qualities came to mind. Whether this Cowboy is silently waiting to move the herd, or counting down the last cow before suppertime, I think the “Seasoned Hand” epitomizes the Cowboy Way of Life.

This drawing is 12 x 16, drawn with Graphite Pencil on Bristol Board Paper. This particular drawing took on average, about 65 hours to complete.

To view this drawing – and all my drawings – check out my website: Geri Dunn, Western Graphite Artwork

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A Classic Cowboy Artist

Bill Owen: Talking to the BuckarooPictured 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 look at, all of his artwork takes you immeidately into the action of the moment. The colors he incorporates into his paintings are so accurate, you can feel the heat of the Arizona desert, taste the dirt and dust kicked up by the horses and feel the sway of the horse beneath the saddle.

To enjoy more of the artwork of Bill Owen, visit his website: http://www.billowenca.com.