On to Better Pastures


by Tim Cox

A 2003 Prix de West Winner

"The entire time I was working on this painting, I was thinking about the vanishing way of life of the cowboy.  Phil Bidegain is one of the owners of the T-4 ranch and the president of the NM Cattle growers.  There is a lot of symbolism in this painting.  The clouds and storm in the background - troubled times.  The ray of light - hope.  The rider out front sitting tall and straight in the saddle - head up looking to see the future.  He is surrounded by light, but also bushes of mesquite thorns representing the daily challenges.  The cattle are highlighted with a golden glow, which is their wealth.  Phil is out front of the herd with his loyal hands leading them all 'On To Better Pastures'." -Tim Cox


Giclee Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Canvas Print
Edition Size:  250   Image Size:  22" x 30"
Price:  $ 800.00
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