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Note: All unframed prints will come rolled in a tube. Please inquire at clarkkelleyprice@gmail.com if you would like your canvas print mounted or gallery wrapped. About this Art: This painting is of a real incident that happened in Idaho years ago, up on the Lower Palisades Lake. My old friend Bob and I were packing in to the upper Palisades Lake to do some fishing when we saw a big bull moose coming down the trail. It was on a very narrow spot where there wasn't very much room and I told…

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There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill

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Gema saved to nature

"I spent three days on a ranch in Wyoming watching the life of ranch hands and horse handlers which inspired this series along with the horses who live dreamy summers in open valleys." Size: Custom sizing available from 8" x 8" up to 40" x 60" . A few options listed but please email liza@lizapruitt.com for additional sizing and pricing. Medium: 35mm Black and White Film. Creates an authentic, beautiful nostalgia and fine grain look. Quantity: Limited edition of 25. Numbered and signed by…

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Part of the 200-head longhorn herd at the 1,800-acre Lonesome Pine Ranch, a working cattle ranch that is part of the Texas Ranch Life ranch resort near Chappell Hill in Austin County, Texas. The ranch, originally settled in 1823 by one of the "Old 300" Texas pioneers who received land grants from Stephen F. Austin, is home to quarter horses, American bison, abundant wildlife and the Texas longhorn herd.Carol M. Highsmith (born 1946) is a photographer, author, and publisher who has…

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Living at Zapata during a global pandemic had us feeling lucky to be in nature and to have the freedom to be outside. By Katrina Flynn, Zapata Ranch, 2020. Printed on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper.

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