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NOTES: There is a West of myth and legend and the working West that exists today. They are distant cousins who share a common ancestry but rarely meet. Yet, there are times and there are places where 150-years ago is only yesterday and the ageless nature of the land, the saddle and the round-up’s hoof driven dust reveals that the Old West and New still live side by side.
John Bye’s Drivin’ em Home captures―in his sweeping, high definition painting style―both the elegant form of the wild mustang and the powerful presence of a seasoned cowboy. “What impresses me is the potential collective strength of so many horses compared to that of relatively few cowboys,” commented John Bye. “It is these veteran hands’ ability to read these animals and their natural skills on horseback that keeps these herds together on their long relentless journeys. The feeling of summitting to that last rise and having home appear in the valley down below I’m sure is one that has been savored for generations.”
Drivin em Home by John Bye is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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"It s the satisfaction of pushing formless gobs of paint around until they coalesce into something that looks real that excites me about painting. I ve tried, unsuccessfully, to paint with less detail but that is not who I am. Leaving something incomplete, whether that be the subject or its environment, pains me to the point of madness" John was born on February 17, 1970 in Styvechale, Coventry. There have been artistic people throughout John s family history and he has inherited his abilities. Self taught, John skills as an artist have grown with him. His aim is for each piece to capture the life and spirit of the subject he paints. His earlier works were in pencil and were mainly human subjects. John has experimented with various other mediums from oils, watercolors and pastels, eventually realizing that his favorite medium is acrylic.