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carole3218

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In 1999, I started a Western art website and it did not take long for me to figure out that I wasn't up to doing the work on the website because I would forget from fixing things to the next time. Golden years, what a crock!

Anyway, I gave the website to my husband's daughter and there is a story about it in the last Cowboys and Indians magazine. You can check it out if you like, the website at artoutwest.com. It made me feel good that I once, along time ago, I had a vision and it makes you feel funny to see your name in a national magazine.

Regards :wink:

Janel has some great Western art on the site so sign the guest book if you visit.
 

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katrina said:
Nice website. I always wondered who did the workhorse pictures. I have a weakness for them...

Thanks for the compliment and I will pass it on to Janel. She tries really hard to put a lot of good art (affordable) on there. I know a few of the artists and they put their heart and souls into their work. I especially like Dorman Burns of Corrales New Mexico who does only cowgirs without their eyes showing. I wish I was talented!
 

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what a cool site! i've seen some of the work of Dorman Burns before and wondered---why does she do cowgirls but never shows their eyes? i've noticed it and wondered...
 

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That IS an interesting site. Liked Tim Cox's horse pictures. I've tried painting some watercolors but it is wonderful seeing those done with real talent.
 

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