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Photo circa 1947, I always wanted to be a cowboy! Whether working for a short time on the historic Hansen Ranch in Jackson Hole as a young man, just out of the service, to working the stock at the Jackson Rodeo, it nurtured in me a love of the American Cowboy. From my home in Dubois,Wyoming. I look forward each spring to roundup time with my good Friend, John Sides. On his 20,000 acre cattle ranch in South Dakota, each year we relive what ranchers and cowboys have done since cattle were introduced to the west. Little has changed in a hundred years and the experience and camaraderie is all cowboy. The period of 1820 to 1880 on the western plains was the most colorful in American history. Unfortunately, I was born too late to experience it first hand.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Masterworks for Nature Show

I did a few new smaller pieces for the upcoming Masterworks Show at the Cincinnati Nature Center. "Trail Boss", "Horsecreek Hayfields" and "Winter Camp" are 8x10 and 9x12 pieces. Trail Boss is of Rob Culbertson, a rancher from Nebraska. He is an excellent cowboy, horseman and model and I need to do more of him

1 comment:

  1. very nice pieces Les. Trail Boss and the Teepe are great. Had a fellow from Jackson area who says he will definitely be back over who really liked your work.