“The names of places carry a charge of the people who named them.” ~John Steinbeck
Whistle Creek, Bridger Butte, Penney Gulch, Roan Wash or Red Point….colorful, rich with history, the 109,814 acres of MuCulloch Peaks whose names were assigned by those tough and rugged people who experienced the land before the time of barbed wire fences!
McCulloch Peaks outside Cody, Wyoming is where these wild stallions live and reign!
This one of a kind 24×16 limited edition print is professionally framed to protect your investment for the next generations. Printed by a master printer this fine art piece is framed with a black wood frame, white archival mat, and archival UV acrylic. Includes an added professional look to give the artwork more depth when viewing. Signed, titled, and numbered by the artist with a graphite pencil and includes a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
We are donating a portion of this sale to a non-profit in the state the image was captured who advocate for wild horses through education or therapies, or who work directly with the BLM or NPS in providing on range management or ongoing adoption solutions.