"The Ploy" and "Why God Made Brothers" by Jack Sorenson
These colorful prints are from a limited edition of 1,000, hand signed and numbered by the artist. The print is $40 plus shipping. Print size is 18 X 24 including the white border. If you want us to frame it for you the cost is $150 plus shipping.
These two prints were designed to be a pair. They are very attractive when hung together. Jack Sorenson is known for his ability to paint horses and children--usually in humerous situations. His paintings generally tell a story which is easy to see in these two prints.
Jack Sorenson grew up carrying a six gun on his hip and living in a saloon. Though born in 1954, Jack lived in the old west on his father's dude ranch/movie set near the rim of the Palo Duro Canyon in Texas. Before he began to paint full-time in 1975, his job descriptions included gunfighter, stagecoach driver, and horse-breaker.
"I loved breaking horses," Sorenson says, "but I've known all my like that I was supposed to be an artist."And although he enjoyed his years as a cowboy, he is quck to admit that there are certain advantages to his current occupation. "After almost 25 years in the art business, I haven't been knocked out once!"