The Life and Times of Gary Carter Western Artist, by Don HedgepethBuy"That's Easy... I Want to be a Cowboy! The Life and Artwork of Gary Carter, Western Artist
If you are a fan of Western Art, This inch thick 12" x 16.5" seven pounder is truly an epic "coffee table book" that will delight all who encounter it.
Written by Don Hedgepeth, this 200 page full-color book features over 175 paintings, from Gary’s career from 1968 through 2015 as well as over 200 photographs from his fascinating life.
So many previous unpublished images from his prolific career. How do you pick?! This labor of love evolved from a 400 page epic "oxford unabridged" rough cut, to a 200 page opus of the best-of-the-best from Gary's life and career.
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A limited edtion first printing This book printed and bound by art-book specialty printers GHP in West Haven Connecticut, this first edition is full of special features and even an "easter egg" for those who dig a little deeper. About the Author– Written by Don Hedgpeth whose list of firmly established titles that he has authored and co-authored is impressive: Titles include “They Rode Good Horses: The First Fifty Years of the American Quarter Horse Association”; “Western Dreams: The Western Art of Don Crowley; The Texas Breed: A Cowboy Anthology”; “The Art of Tom Lovell: An Invitation to History”; “Howard Terpning: Spirit of the Plains People”; and “The Story of Leanin’ Tree: Art and Commerce in the American West” to name a few. In addition to writing many Cowboy Artists of America books, Don is a two time winner of the Western Heritage “Wrangler Award” for Follow the Sun: Robert Lougheed (2011) and Joe Beeler: Life of a Cowboy Artist (2002). Don is an honorary member of the Cowboy Artists of America and a 5th generation Texan. He lives near Medina, Texas with Sug, his wife of 50 years.