Art of a Cowboy with Steve Boaldin
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The Art of a Cowboy is part documentary and part reality show that captures cowboy artist Steve Boaldin’s vision of preserving the legacy of cowboys and ranchers on film and on canvas. Each 30-minute episode, which is co-created by Steve Boaldin and Saraa Kami, is jam-packed with real-life action as cattle are herded on horseback, branded, vaccinated, and prepared for market. Although the show is filmed on present-day working ranches, many of the methods these cowboys use for working cattle have not changed in over 100 years. The work is hard but immensely satisfying according to the ranchers and their families. READ MORE

To view or purchase reproductions of Steve’s artwork, visit www.artofacowboy.com

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Cowboy artist Steve Boaldin is no stranger to the subjects he depicts. Raised on a farm and ranch in southwest Kansas, Steve grew up working cattle, rodeoing and breaking horses, which inspired him in his passion for art.
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