It's not very often you're in the right place at the right time when it comes to elk hunting. "Right Place, Right Time" is an amusing print by Clark Kelley Price which depicts two cowboys suddenly realizing that they have a huge buck and two cows right in their line of sight. This great print is sure to please and is a great addition to any decorating scheme.
"Boss Lady" is a charming print by artist June Dudley. This print depicts the attitude of a lady in charge, with hands on hips, and no question that she will not take no for an answer! This painting was on the 2007 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo's School Art program cover and on the cover of Country Lifestyle.
Some old bucks are pretty darn good at sneaking past hunters, unbeknownst to the hunter and his guide. This print, "The Higher You Go, The More You See", brings some humor into the concentration and intensity of a well-planned hunting excursion. Seems like the bucks are getting the better of these two! Another fine print by esteemed Cowboy Artist Hall of Fame member, Clark Kelley Price.
Cattle are chased out of an abandoned cabin where they have taken shelter from a storm in Rocky Mountain Publishing's "Eviction Day", a high-quality print of the original painting by Clark Kelley. Cowboys work day and night to ensure the safety of their livestock, and this piece reflects on the values that remain alive in the American West. This print arrives fully framed and ready to hang in your home or office.
"Game Plan" is another fine print from artist June Dudley. These two are having an intimate moment figuring out what their game plan is for the cattle. It is cold and probably going to rain just any minute now so it is important to get a good plan devised to get everyone safe and warm before the rain starts to fall. A faithful Australian Shepherd dog, the loyal companion, stands nearby to accompany her charge no matter the weather.
A stunning photograph taken by acclaimed photographer Charlie Lansche, "Snow Bird" captures a large bald eagle, perched atop a single tree trunk in a snowstorm. This photograph captures the wild and free spirit of this nation’s national emblem. The bald eagle was chosen June 20, 1782 as the emblem of the United States of America, because of its long life, great strength and majestic looks, and also because it was then believed to exist only on this continent.
"The Round Corral" is a popular print by the world renowned Western artist Clark Kelley Price of Star Valley, Wyoming. For breaking horses, the shape of the round corral serves several purposes. They have no corners to trap a man in, or run him into and they are more useful for the long line and general training purposes. Clark Kelley Price is a long time member of the Cowboy Artists Hall of Fame.
A risky situation to put himself in, but this cowboy takes the chance on rescuing this bull elk that has caught his antlers in a barbed wire fence. Another of Clark Kelley Price’s masterpieces, "Down to the Wire" is a great print and has been a best seller since the day it was released. Clark Kelley Price is a resident of Star Valley, Wyoming, and is an esteemed member of the Cowboy Artists Hall of Fame.
Another great wildlife print, "Fall Reflections" by acclaimed wildlife artist Hayden Lambson is a print that depicts a large bull moose and cow emerging from the forest and taking a walk across the river. This great print brings the natural world to life and depicts a scene which few persons will ever witness in their lifetime. This print is a stunning addition for any lover of wildlife and collector of fine wildlife art.
Rocky Mountain Publishing's "Day Dreamer" is a sweet rendition of a tiny puppy snuggled in for an afternoon nap among the blankets and boots left behind in the bunkhouse. This photograph is a favorite by Barry Hart and is sure to please.
If you have waited long enough before leaving the field, you might catch this big boy coming out in the evening shadows. "Evening Shadows" is a great wildlife print by acclaimed wildlife artist Hayden Lambson and is stunning with the hues and shadows brought to life in this realistic print. Hayden Lambson is a world renowned wildlife artist based out of Pocatello, Idaho.
This unique print, "Longing for Apples", by Greg Alexander depicts a black bear laying in among the branches of a blossoming apple tree. The picture accurately describes the look on the bear’s face as it looks out past the blossoms and branches. This print has been a long time best seller and it sure to be a great addition to any décor.
Another spectacular photograph by acclaimed photographer Charlie Lansche, "Down by the River" captures the fading light as it reflects off the trees and river, which is still blanketed by pristine white snow caps. Hues of gold and peach shine over the mountain tops as the sun makes its evening descent. This piece is truly a breathtaking view of our natural wild landscapes and the beauty that surrounds us.
Taken by acclaimed photographer Charlie Lansche, "River Worship" portrays the spectacular sunset at Henry’s Fork, Wyoming. This image cast hues of pink and purple clouds reflecting off the river. Charlie Lansche is a top photographer in capturing the beauty, peace and serenity found in the rising and setting sun in various awe-inspiring locations. This piece will bring years of enjoyment and admiration to any setting.
Forest fires are a fact of life in the West, and Legacy, a Rocky Mountain Publishing high-quality print of Jim Tschetter’s original painting, depicts the fearsome and renewing power of this force of nature as it pushes a family of moose across an alpine lake. With an inspired attention to detail and color, this print ships in a professionally mounted frame, and is ready to hang right out of the box.
The most photographed barn in America, the Moulton barn comes alive in a Rocky Mountain Publishing print of the eponymous photograph by Dan Ballard. At the foot of the Grand Tetons, the Moulton barn stands as picturesque testament to the strength of the family who built it, as well as to the pioneering spirit that lives on in the American West. This vividly colored print ships in a tasteful frame that is ready for hanging right out of the box.
The West has been romanticized over and over again, but the real qualities of the cowboy — grit, dedication, and perseverance — shine through in Winter Save, a heartwarming print of David R. Stoecklein's original photograph from Rocky Mountain Publishing. In the misty gray of a winter dawn, a cowboy on horseback clasps a small calf in his arms, bringing him home through the storm. This print ships in a tasteful frame, and is the perfect gift for the Western enthusiast in your life.
A solitary moose strolls through a wintery forest in A Walk in the Woods, a Rocky Mountain Publishing high-quality print from Stephen Lyman’s original painting. The isolation and courage of the bull moose’s life is reflected in the stark shadows and muted colors of this piece. This print ships in a professionally mounted frame, and is ready to hang in your home or office.
A powerful buck eludes its hunter by slipping through the thick undergrowth in Sagebrush Escape, a Rocky Mountain Publishing high-quality print of Hayden Lambson’s original painting. The resiliency and beauty of the Western landscape are reflected with skill and admiration in this framed and ready-to-hang print, making it a great gift for the sporting enthusiast in your life.
Rockin’ Right Along, a Rocky Mountain Publishing archival-quality giclee print of Clark Kelley Price’s original painting, portrays cowboys executing a smooth river crossing during a cattle drive against a dramatic Western landscape. With vivid color and intricate detail that rivals that of the original painting, this print ships in an antiqued wooden frame and is ready to hang in your home or office.
Maternal devotion is captured at its most fierce in She Means Business, a Rocky Mountain Publishing high-quality print of Clark Kelley Price’s original painting. A cowboy wrangles a stray calf atop a desert mesa, only to turn and see the irate mother charging to its defense. A great gift for the Western enthusiast, this print ships in a simple yet elegant wooden frame and is ready to hang.
Showing his integrity as a steward of the West, a cowboy on horseback helps an elk free itself from a tangle of barbed wire in Down to the Wire, a Rocky Mountain Publishing high-quality reproduction of the original painting by Clark Kelley Price. The Grand Tetons thrust up in the background, encircled by a blue wraith of mountain mist against a rosy dawn sky. This print ships in a tasteful frame, and is ready to hang right out of the box.