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Wild Warriors - 24x16 Print

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This 24x16 fine art, giclee print, Wild Warriors, is part of the body of work - Fly Without Wings. Wild Warriors is printed on fine art photo rag paper to provide exquisite detail and color, and signed and titled with a graphite pencil. The wild stallion, Singlefoot, changed world's in September of 2017. This is one of the last images available of him with band stallion, Copper.

To order additional sizes and see additional work please go to the online galleries of Deb Lee Carson at www.debleecarson.com.

About the Project:
Beginning the week between Christmas and New Year’s in 2014, and resuming from March 19th through June 26th of 2015, I lived and breathed the lives of the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, ND.

I spent three months tracking the wild horse over 46,000 acres, capturing their compelling stories in all types of challenging weather, over rugged badlands terrain from sunup to sundown. I witnessed stallions battling over mares, mares gathering around a newborn foal to protect her from a rogue bachelor stallion, to the tender love between a stallion and his lead mare. Birth and death in the wild are simultaneous, at times, and being a part of the wild ones daily encounters and struggles was a life changing experience.

This resulting body of work titled Fly Without Wings, is a tribute to the spirit of America, our history being built on the back of horse, featuring the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This body of work is also an instrument to raise awareness to the threatened remaining, free roaming wild horses in America who continue to fight for their way of life.

We are donating 10% of sales to the North Dakota Badlands Horse group, a legitimate non-profit group that promotes, advocates, and registers the wild horses of TRNP and who in partnership with Theodore Roosevelt National Park work together to ensure the wild horses of TRNP are never faced with the fate of the kill buyer again.
This 24x16 fine art, giclee print, Wild Warriors, is part of the body of work - Fly Without Wings. Wild Warriors is printed on fine art photo rag paper to provide exquisite detail and color, and signed and titled with a graphite pencil. The wild stallion, Singlefoot, changed world's in September of 2017. This is one of the last images available of him with band stallion, Copper.

To order additional sizes and see additional work please go to the online galleries of Deb Lee Carson at www.debleecarson.com.

About the Project:
Beginning the week between Christmas and New Year’s in 2014, and resuming from March 19th through June 26th of 2015, I lived and breathed the lives of the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, ND.

I spent three months tracking the wild horse over 46,000 acres, capturing their compelling stories in all types of challenging weather, over rugged badlands terrain from sunup to sundown. I witnessed stallions battling over mares, mares gathering around a newborn foal to protect her from a rogue bachelor stallion, to the tender love between a stallion and his lead mare. Birth and death in the wild are simultaneous, at times, and being a part of the wild ones daily encounters and struggles was a life changing experience.

This resulting body of work titled Fly Without Wings, is a tribute to the spirit of America, our history being built on the back of horse, featuring the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This body of work is also an instrument to raise awareness to the threatened remaining, free roaming wild horses in America who continue to fight for their way of life.

We are donating 10% of sales to the North Dakota Badlands Horse group, a legitimate non-profit group that promotes, advocates, and registers the wild horses of TRNP and who in partnership with Theodore Roosevelt National Park work together to ensure the wild horses of TRNP are never faced with the fate of the kill buyer again.

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Your image has been printed on Hahnemuhle 308, a 100% cotton photo rag fine art paper. Please handle your print carefully. Works on paper are generally more delicate than works on canvas and should be framed behind UV glass or a lighter weight alternative, UV acrylic. Be sure your framer uses acid-free, archival materials to safeguard your artwork.

There may be a slight variation in the colors and tones in the image from what you viewed on your monitor. I use an industry standard calibration system to accurately match the output of the local printing company we use, and unless your monitor has been calibrated, you may notice some subtle differences.

Wild Warriors - 24x16 Print

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  • Materials: Fine Art Photo Rag Paper, Archival Inks, Graphite Titled and Signature
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