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Cowboy Trail - Horses, Landscape, Western, Equestrian by Wendy Palmer
  Cowboy Trail  (2011)
Subject: Horses, Landscape, Western, Equestrian
Dimensions (inches): 12 x 24
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Description: Nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Canadian prairie, in the high ranching country of Alberta, is the historic Cowboy Trail which travels along the heart of Alberta ranch country. This 700 km route along highway 22 is where you'll see large working ranches, cowboys ropin' cattle, small town rodeos, country fairs and rich ranchland where quarter horses still reign. The proximity to the Canadian Rockies means you'll also witness a great diversity in wildlife and scenery, from deer and elk to numerous local wildlife. This area is still considered the Wild Wild West which is overwhelmed by the rugged mountain scenery and the pristine wilderness.

Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: Price includes a rolled Limited Edition Giclée on Canvas reproduction along with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Edition Size: 90
Price: $395.00 US

Conservation Committment: 20% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
This artwork is dedicated to: Artists For Conservation Foundation (AFC) (formerly WNAG )  


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