Bob Byerley The Wranglers

Two young kids dream of riding a galloping horse while being chased by western desperadoes in Bob Byerley's print The Wranglers.

Bob Byerley says:  “Whenever I climbed up in the old saddle that I had hung on the rail fence, the magic would begin. I would be Sheriff Warren of Apache County, out to capture Black Bart or The Sedona Kid being pursued by a gang of ruthless bandits. One summer my cousin Kelsey came to visit. She would climb up behind me on the saddle and join my adventure. I think she called herself something like "Six Gun Kate" and she said she would cover my back from the desperados. The adventure never felt quite right with a girl hanging on my back. I don't think Sheriff Warren really needed a part time deputy.” 

This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Comes in a limited edition unframed image size of 12" x 18".

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