Making His Rounds by Jim Rey


. Giclee on Canvas - Artist Proof
Dimensions: 50 x 26
Release Date: 11-2011
Code: JRE007GIAPR5026
Edition Size: 25
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. Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 50 x 26
Release Date: 11-2011
Code: JRE007GISNU5026
Edition Size: 195
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. Giclee on Paper - Artist Proof
Dimensions: 35 x 18
Release Date: 11-2011
Code: JRE007GPAPR3518
Edition Size: 25
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Dimensions: 35 x 18
Release Date: 11-2011
Code: JRE007GPSNU3518
Edition Size: 195
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Jim Rey knows the cowboy life very well,  having grown up in a ranching family.  Surrounded by wide-open range, this cowboy rides through the rough terrain checking his herd.  While "Making His Rounds," he comes across a calf nestled on the ground among the grasses.  The cowhand pauses as perhaps this youngster needs his attention.

About The Artist





Having grown up in a ranching family, western artist Jim Rey naturally loves working with horses and cattle. His eyes light up when he talks about training his Border Collie or a particularly wary horse, the days he has spent gathering cows in the high county or following a herd of wild horses. The paintings of Jim Rey tell the story of cowboys as living remnants of a bygone era. The stories he paints are both his own and those of the people and places he knows and loves.

 

The work of Jim Rey is collected nationally and internationally. His art has been exhibited in the Fredric Remington Museum in New York, as well as in many noted shows and exhibitions. His paintings have been used by Bantam Books and Encyclopedia Brittanica. Articles have been published in magazines including Southwest Art, art of the West, artists of the Rockies and International Fine art Magazine. The work of Jim Rey has also been featured in such newspapers as the The Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News, The Durango Herald, The Vail Times and The Aspen Times.

 

Jim Rey and his wife, Sharon have recently moved from Southwest Colorado to a farm in the sand hills north of Mitchell, Nebraska, in search of wide open spaces and fewer people. The open plains to the south and east, the Rocky Mountains to the west and the cattle ranges to the north are inspiration for his paintings of life in the American West.

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