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Length: 24.00 in (60.96 cm)
Height: 11.50 in (29.21 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
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Updated 12/3/2017

Chris Owen

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Winding Down

Chris Owen

Limited Edition Print - $245.00

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"Tough Enough" by Chris Owen
Canvas Giclee
Limited Edition
Edition Size 250

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Profile Strong picture, representing manhood. Dark colors and nounnecessaryelements. Nicely done!  
Profile The cowboy seems to be an archetype rather than a human being -- his hat and posture conceal any identifying features, and even the background refuses to give concrete details.  
Profile I really like the vertical composition of this piece, the muted palette and the choice to allow the cowboy hat to obscure the figure's face--he is not an individual so much as the role he plays. The blurred-out background and the lighting really allow the qualities of strength and fatigue in the pos...  
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