As a boy Don Weller drew horses and cowboys when he wasn’t exploring with his horse along the Palouse River or over the rolling hills that surrounded his childhood home near Pullman, Washington. He roped calves in high school and college rodeos and sold some cartoons to Western Horseman magazine. His passions were horses and art.
$42.49In this extensive collection of western paintings, we see horses and riders in tune with each other, confidence without arrogance, and competency in the work day dance of life with livestock. The paintings ring true and accurate. They celebrate the texture and energy of the watercolor medium. 186 pages with 134 color plates and a dozen short essays. Learn More