Oil on linen.
36 x 24"
Sand Wash Basin, CO, is a fascinating landscape with unique formations, pronghorn antelope, golden eagles, and wild horses. There is constant tension between those protecting the horses and ranchers wanting the government owned land for grazing rights. A compromise needs to be reached. We cannot let these noble icons of the American West disappear!
Named "Watson" and "Cayenne" by those who watch out for the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin, CO, these young stallions were practicing their skills. As many young males do, this early sparring helps them learn for future "real" fights which can happen as they try to build their band of mares.
The framed original oil painting on canvas is AVAILABLE!
Please inquire if you are interested in print options.