Bob Byerley High Noon

In Bob Byerley's art print HIGH NOON a young lady is dressed as a cowgirl as a train makes its way across the tracks behind her.  She looks as though she is ready to take on the bad guys!

Bob Byerley says--"I stood and watched her from the station window.  She slowly and silently made her way out of the shadows from behind the old sidecar.  She waited for just the right moment and then quickly darted across the open clearing between the caboose and engine 3.  She crawled up onto the cowcatcher of "Old Number One" and patiently waited for him to come.  They had been released from Carson City jail the day before and they were coming today to meet their destiny.  They were coming to meet her for the big showdown; the showdown at "High Noon"!  She glanced up at the big clock above the depot platform and with a greatest of cool, squinted down the track and waited.  "Do not forsake me oh my darlin." "She decided to wait until 12:15 and then she was going home for lunch." 

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

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