Capturing the Cowboy Culture

Categories: 2021 September-October Issue, Crow, Tyler, Figurative, Genre, and Oil.

Tyler Crow was a high school senior when the trajectory of his life was forever changed. His plan following his graduation was to go on to college, earn a degree in agricultural or ranch management, and “run my own cows.”

Those plans changed when he entered a pencil drawing in a competition sponsored by the Oklahoma Youth Expo and won a scholarship for a workshop conducted by award-winning Western artists Bruce Greene and Martin Grelle, who also happened to be members of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America (CAA). Within a couple months, Crow was studying with the two artists and learning to paint.

Read the full article in the September/October 2021 issue.

Moving the 06

40” by 26”

“We were moving 06 ranch remuda back to camp before the spring works.”

Made in America

26” by 32”

“This was from the historic Waggoner Ranch in Vernon, Texas. Pieces that are handmade in our
great country, like my friend K.C. Geen is making, are pieces of history.”