Monthly Archives: February 2016

Cheyenne Episode Review~Julesburg

“Cheyenne” was an old western TV show that started in 1955. The main hero was Cheyenne Bodie, played by Clint Walker. His loyal and comedic side-kick is “Smitty”, played by none other than the great L. Q. Jones. In this … Continue reading

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Western Movie Giveaway!

Howdy folks, to all of you who love western films as much as I do: there is a giveaway going on that you need to know about! Hamlett over at The Edge Of The Precipice blog is giving away a … Continue reading

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James Drury Portrait “The Virginian” In The Shop!

Finally! My most recent portrait is now available here in the shop! James Drury was a great actor who acted with so many of the giant stars like Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea as well as starring in his own … Continue reading

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A Man’s Word~Wisdom From “Rio Grande” 1950


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Shane Quotation

“A man can keep his self-respect without having to cram it down another man’s throat. Surely you can see that Bob?”~”Shane” by Jack Schaefer  

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Western Ballad: The Master’s Call~Marty Robbins

Here is a song for your day, it is an original song written and sung by Marty Robbins himself. It is a personal favorite of mine and was never sung better than in this 1959 recording.  

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An Artist’s Musings…Never For Want Of Inspiriation

As an artist I never lack material.  Some folks have trouble finding subjects to create in their medium of art; be it paper, pen, ink, paint, clay, or whatever. For me my struggle is the exact opposite, I have an … Continue reading

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