''COWBOY CODE''

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''COWBOY CODE''

Sculpture
Dimensions:
19.00" H x 10.00" W x 5.50" D
Medium:
Bronze
Year Completed:
2015
Subject(s):
''COWBOY CODE'' (2015) 19 x 10 x 5.5 (inches)
Original for Sale:
Original Available
Available as Ltd Edition:
Yes
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$2,900 USD

COWBOY CODE bronze 19’’ x 10’’ x 5.5’’ price $2900.

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Respectable men who lived in the west were bound by unwritten rules that centered on hospitality, fair play, loyalty, and respect for the land. Back in the days when the cowman with his herds made a new frontier, there was no law on the range. Lack of written law made it necessary in developing a rule of behavior, which became known as the "Code of the West." These laws were a socially agreed upon code of conduct that helped shape the cowboy culture of the Old West and were respected everywhere on the range. The horses looking forward symbolize the future and what lies ahead. Both of them standing still express the present. The cowboy turning in the saddle, looking back over the trail represents the past. The brand in the middle of the base stands for the mark and pride he puts on the work he finishes. Surrounding the base are some of the Cowboys Codes of the West. You can't go wrong practicing these principles in your own life.

1. Ride for the brand.

2. Your word is your bond.

3. Be tough but fair.

4. Do what has to be done.

5. Protect and help the week.

6. Always finish what you start.

7. Take pride in your work.

8. Live each day with courage.

Available Editions of this Artwork

Edition Info Edition Size Dimensions Edition Price
COWBOY CODE | Sculpture Edition (Numbered) 100 19.00" H x 10.00" W x 5.50" D $2,900.00 USD

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