An old cowboy and his prized and loved horse. Just doing the next thing and taking his next step toward the inevitable end, indicated by the dried skull in the foreground. It's all he is and all he can be and he is in total awareness of it as expressed by the churning cosmos behind him which he won't have missed. A fatalism born of awareness of reality. Some one of the land who understands and accepts that death is as much a part of landcape as clouds.
Western Artist, Karin Hollebeke, Oil Painting, “ The Trapper”, Ca 1970. #906
Western Artist Karin Hollebeke, Oil Painting, "The Trapper" 906. Description: Western Artist, , Karin Hollebeke, oil painting on canvas, “The Trapper”. Dimensions: 24 x 20” Condition: Excellent condition for its age. Provenance: Jackson Hole Art Auction Biography from the Archives of askART "The field of western art is limitless in its challenges" Karin Hollebeke says. "I cannot think of a more rewarding subject matter. I am fortunate to live in the West, to be an artist and to spend my…
Epic Wolf II
Epic Wolf II The first Epic Wolf has traveled around the world many times over the internet, is a licensed symbol for a large school system in Texas and the original art work is going to Alaska! Epic Wolf II is the subject of my latest instructional scratchboard book, The Gray Wolf, which will be available on Amazon.com soon. Available as a matted print...11x14" (8x10" image)--$40 shipping included within U.S. contact me for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org