Cold Beans And A Wet Saddle (2004)
COLD BEANS AND A WET SADDLE bronze 18.5’’ x 24’’ x 19.5’’
This sculpture depicts the unglamorous side of being a cowboy - working outside in miserable weather, pushing through to finish a job. It has been pouring cold rain all day. The cowboy and horse are covered with mud when he stops for a bite to eat. With no shelter from the rain, the cowboy knows it is too wet to start a fire so he reaches into his saddlebags for a can of beans. Sitting on a rock, he makes the best of what he has. With cold beans in his belly, he’ll swing back into his wet saddle and finish the job he has set out to do. That is the cowboy way.
Available Editions of this Artwork
|Edition Info||Edition Size||Dimensions||Edition Price|
|COLD BEANS AND A WET SADDLE | Sculpture Edition (Numbered)||40||18.50" H x 25.00" W x 19.50" D||$6,800.00 USD||