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We're pleased to feature Oklahoma artist Tyler Crow's painting, "At the End of His Rope," as an Art Spur subject



© 2011, Tyler Crow, www.tylercrow.com; reproduction prohibited
"At the End of His Rope"

 

Tyler Crow's work appeared recently in Passing it On; Poetry by Great Plains Cowboys, a collection of poetry—a chapbook with an accompanying CDby Ken Cook and Jay Snider. Tyler Crow's charcoal and oil images appear in black and white, including the cover image, "Cowboy Traffic," and "At the End of His Rope."

A credit to Tyler Crow's technique, "At the End of His Rope" is as alive in black and white as it is in color:


© 2011, Tyler Crow, www.tylercrow.com; reproduction prohibited
"At the End of His Rope"

 

 

About Tyler Crow



 

(Excerpted from www.TylerCrow.com)

Tyler Crow has spent his young life the small town of Apache, Oklahoma.
A 2007 graduate of Apache High School, Tyler always had paper and pencil
with him drawing horses. This childhood interest continued throughout
his high school years. During his Senior year he entered a pencil
drawing in the Oklahoma Youth Expo at the National Cowboy & Western
Heritage Museum. Winning Reserve Best of Show and a scholarship gave
him a chance to attend a weeklong summer painting workshop co-taught by
Bruce Greene and Martin Grelle. This was the first time he had ever
held a paintbrush in his hand.

Since their first meeting, Tyler has attended three more painting
workshops co-taught by Greene and Grelle. In April, 2011, Tyler attended
his second Cowboy Artist workshop taught by Mr. Greene at the Scottsdale
Artists School in Scottsdale, Arizona. In Tyler's two most recent shows,
Bosque Arts Classic and Small Works Great Wonders, he received the
People's Choice Award. His future plans are to continue studying art and
work toward a career as a Western Artist.


 

Find more at www.TylerCrow.com

Find additional samples of Tyler Crow's art below.

 

 


Tyler Crow's Art

Below are a few sample images of Tyler Crow's work.
Find more and more about Tyler Crow at www.TylerCrow.com.

Below:
 

Springtime on Saddle Creek

Goose

Sortin' Dries



Springtime on Saddle Creek


© 2011, Tyler Crow, www.tylercrow.com; this image should not be reposted or reproduced without permission
Oil

"Springtime on Saddle Creek"


www.TylerCrow.com


 

Goose


© 2011, Tyler Crow, www.tylercrow.com;
this image should not be reposted or reproduced without permission
Charcoal

"Goose"


www.TylerCrow.com


 

Sortin' Dries


© 2011, Tyler Crow, www.tylercrow.com; this image should not be reposted or reproduced without permission
Oil

"Sortin' Dries"


www.TylerCrow.com


 

 

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