Cowboy's Prayer Framed Print

Artist Shawnda Eva spiritual art features a praying cowboy, an inspirational message, and makes for either a great gift or additional to a boy's bedroom.
Item No: 39455
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$74.95
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Product Highlights
  • MADE IN THE USA
  • Artist Shawnda Eva
  • A prayer to inspire all lifestyles
  • Compelling combination of graphic art and photography
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Product Description

Cowboy's Prayer Framed Print
The image is amazingly detailed, and speaks highly to the artist’s photography skills. A cowboy wearing a western shirt, chaps and ubiquitous hat kneels for his time in prayer. The landscape of a dirt road and field adds to the rustic nature of this print. Overlaying the print is the “Cowboy's Prayer”, graphically presented on what appears to be parchment paper with torn edges.

Artist Shawnda Eva is well-known for her combination of graphic art design and photography that combine her favorite images drawn from her western roots and life on the farm. Textured print is set in a wood-look frame with gold detail that. To clean, lightly dust with a soft, dry cloth. USA. 20” H x 16”W

Prayer reads: Heavenly Father, we pause, mindful for the many blessing you have bestowed upon us. We ask that you be with us at this rodeo and we pray that you will guide is in this arena of life. We don't ask for special favors; we don't ask to draw a chute fighting horse or never to break a barrier. Nor do we ask for all daylight runs or not to draw a steer that won't lay. Help us Oh Lord, to live our lives in such a manner that when we make that last inevitable ride to the country up there. where the grass grows lush, green and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear and deep, that you as our last judge, will tell us, "Welcome home cowboy, your entry fees are paid."