Bob Byerley Heroes and Villains

In Bob Byerley's art print HEROES AND VILLAINS, two little boys pretend one is driving a truck and the other shoots his toy gun up into the sky, where villains are everywhere.

Bob Byerley says--"The boss stood before the boys and with the look of steely resolve in his eyes said to them, 'Men, I don’t need to tell you how tough it's going to be to get the payroll through to Tortilla Flats. The desperados have intercepted our last three deliveries and you two men are our last hope to save the company.' Tom and Billy shook hands with the boss and walked out into the desert sunset. The boss knew that he’d picked the right men this time." 

This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. It comes in an unframed image size of 24" x 30". 

Related Items