This framed giclee print on canvas is 34" x 27.5", signed on the back by Randy, was originally purchased by the donor at the Museum of Northern Arizona Navajo Art Show.
Randy was raised on his maternal grandparents’ sheep ranch, in the home of his birth. He was working like a man by the young age of seven, out on the land with the horses and tending sheep. He also hauled wood and water with horse and wagon since there was no electricity or running water. This complete familiarity, love, and respect of Mother Earth, the American Indian people, and real western life shows in each piece Randy creates.
Randy loves color and art literally pours from his heart and mind. He is a kind and caring man who paints only peaceful and happy scenes. All of his paintings look so real and lifelike that you feel you are actually there. Randy hopes to reach his goal and be recognized among the great western artists.