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Jack Hines

Walking the Traplines

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Item Number: 5-84
Published Price: $105.00
Image Size: 14"x22"
Paper Size: 19 1/2"x27"
Edition Size: 250
"Anyone who has experienced the remote beauty of the high country with only his horse for company knows the gorgeous loneliness I have tried to show in this painting. The trapline is an anchor to the outside world ... but the vastness of the land, and its stillness, are what fix the soul of the man to his Maker ... and move him to remain in isolation." -Jack Hines

Hines has been a member of the Society of Illustrators in New York since the 1950's. In 1978, he cofounded the Northwest Rendezvous Group. He has exhibited with the American Watercolor Society, and his work has been the subject of numerous one-man shows in galleries and museums including the Joslyn Memorial in Omaha. Hines studied at the Art Center school and the Choinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, as well as with the Art Student's League in New York.


Jack Hines