Bob Byerley The Junkyard Band

In Bob Byerley's print The Junkyard Band a group of children have discovered enough treasures at the local junkyard to start up their own band.

Bob Byerley says: "Just outside our little town, about a half a mile west beyond the railroad tracks, sat our county dump, or as Mayor Cecil Potts called it The "Mayville Refuse Depository Site." To all us kids it was "the junk yard" and it was the never ending inspiration for dozens of summer projects. It’s where we found the wheels for the blue lightning racer, the shingles for the roof of our "no girls allowed" clubhouse, the umbrella for our lemonade stand and where, on an early August morning, we struck up the first chords from the Mayville Junk Yard Band."

This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Comes in a limited edition unframed image size of 30" x 24".

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