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Art, Genre, Longhorn, Giclee, Sherri Alexander, Contemporary, 1264

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Art is all about expressing yourself and as a rule of thumb, you should stick to pieces that speak to you. As a Western lifestyle brand, this bold beauty by Texas native and friend of DDR Sherri Alexander, felt like something that belonged among our offerings of artwork. The gorgeous gallery wrap giclee portrait of a longhorn in profile captures beautiful detail in a strong sienna color scheme that would work wonderfully to add a rustic western element to any decor.

Sherri Alexander, a native Texan born in Fort Worth, began her love for western art, animals, and the cowboy way of life, at age 2 when she became an annual visitor to the Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Her painting career began to blossom as well and by age 21 she was creating her own works in watercolors.

These days finds Alexander hard at work on her north Texas ranch, "Ranchero de La Coda", pursuing her passion for her horses and Texas Longhorns she raises with her husband Dave.

Sherri Alexander's western art can be found in hotels, restaurants, major resorts and fine art galleries though-out Texas and around the world. She can be found at the ranch.

  • artist: Sherri Alexander
  • hallmarks: Sherri Alexander
  • materials: Gallery Wrap Giclee
  • dimensions: 38"W x 48" H
  • contemporary
  • style number: ART-1264
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