This sculpture is of a rancher who has worked late into the night repairing fences and came home to his sleeping son.
This is of a young colt in training that is reluctant to move.
During the days of the great cattle drives, it was not unusual for a herd to be driven through the dusty streets of the towns along its path.
What is it that she is distracted by? Is she day dreaming? Is she thinking of home back east? Is her husband coming up over the hill? That is for you to decide.
This is probably a common scene in tack rooms everywhere - the self-appointed guardian is falling down on his duties.
It is peaceful in the mornings and a cowboy is starting the day off right by drinking coffee and reading from the Good Book (Bible). He is sharing the moment with his good friend, his border collie. His rope and hat lay on the floor next to the chair.
A solitary horse and rider crosses a rocky stream. This sculpture was a successful experiment...
This sculpture has a spiral design that extends into the dust cloud at the base, tension in the opposing angles, yet rhythm in the repeating angles.
The bond between a mother and child is a strong universal theme that transcends time and place. But in this sculpture the heartwarming close-up of this bond contrasts starkly with the reality of their surroundings.
This is just a goofy, ol' dog. His likeness is patterned after one of the dogs at Jeff and Loren's farm, except that in the sculpture the jowels and ears are a bit longer.
This is just an old horse who has seen a lot of cow, ridden a lot of trails, and has a lot of experience.
This old cowboy is squinting into the distance, pondering only he knows what.
A dusty cowboy holds his horse's saddle and bridle after a long day. Exquisitely detailed from his long mustache to his rope, to his spurs, he quietly stares off into the distance. Sold Out!
This sculpture speaks to those cowboys who have to walk past the saddle in their entryway every day on their way to work.
This sculpture captures a dramatic chase. An experienced cowboy on his horse reaches for the flapping rein of a runaway.
This is a portrait of a dusty, crusty herford bull.