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Don Crook

Hung Up in a High Wind

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Item Number: 2-84
Published Price: $120.00
Image Size: 17"x13 1/2"
Paper Size: 25"x20"
Edition Size: 250
"When I was a boy riding fence with my father, we found one of our calves entangled in barbed wire. It was during a violent windstorm and the calf was terrified but held motionless in his predicament. "My father dismounted and with a firm but gentle hand cut the wire and released the calf. To me, this boyhood recollection symbolizes the hazards and heroisms in the everyday life of the American rancher." -Don Crook

DON CROOK
Crook has been awarded Best of Show at the 1976 Museum of Native American Cultures (M.O.N.A.C.) show in Spokane; the 1978 National Western Art Show in Ellensburg, Washington; the 1979 Western Artists of America Show in Reno, Nevada; the 1981 and 1982 Charles M. Russell Art Shows in Great Falls, Montana; and the 1982 and 1983 American Canadian Classic Shows in Billings, Montana. His work hangs in many prominent Western art collections, most notably that of the Governor's Mansion in the state of Nevada. Crook is a member of the Western Artists of America Society

 
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