Old Buck

Original Woodburning on reclaimed pine with rope.
ID: H151210

Museum Quality Giclee Prints on Canvas
Frameable Greeting Cards
by
Dan Allnutt

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Giclees on Canvas
Original Woodburing Art
Flat & Framed
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Flat Giclee 24 ”h x 16”w
Gallery Wrap 19” h x 13” w
Floater Frame 24” h x 16” w
Blue Pine 24” h x 16” w
Rustic Pine 24” h x 16” w
Orig. Art Overall 38"h x 26"w

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5 cards of same picture and envelopes

5" x 7" no glare matte finish

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"Flat" Giclees on canvas show the woodburning only and not the outside frame and rope. They are not stretched or framed. They are rolled and shipped in USPS Priority Mail art containers. Free shipping on all orders.

A "Gallery Wrapped" Giclee is wrapped around a 3/4" deep stretcher bar to show the sides of the wood frame. See frames.

Frameable Greeting Cards are heirloom quality. Five of same card plus envelopes per order. Free shipping.

This woodburning was created on rough-sawed lumber reclaimed from the ranch house built in the 1860s.

The Story of Old Buck

One day a young colt stood alert in the corral. It seemed like just yesterday when the rancher worked with young Buck and trained him to take the bridle and saddle. The weeks and months passed so quickly and Buck responded to herding the cattle with noteable instinct. Buck and the rancher seemed inseparatable.

How quickly the years passed by and that very difficult moment arrived when neither the rancher or Buck could any longer maintain the performance their chores required. The old saddle and bridle were put up in the tack room and “ol Buck was put out to pasture.

The devoted old rancher continued to venture out into the pasture to feed grain to ‘ol Buck and groom him a little but the real meaning behind his trips out to pasture was really to spend time with his trusted companion of many years.

Dan has applied the ancient genre of woodburning to rustic wood from a 1860s-era homestead—a log ranch house. It was located on a working ranch in the Arkansas River Valley of the Colorado Rockies. Just a stone’s throw away from the “new” ranch house (built in the 1880s but recently renovated) where Dan now resides with his brother Frank Allnutt.

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