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When the Dust Settles-Bison Gallery Wrapped Canvas by Grant Hacking

When the Dust Settles-Bison Gallery Wrapped Canvas

by Grant Hacking

Item No: 125065

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Watching the herd though the camera lens I could sense the big bulls were a little irritable. It was late Fall in Yellowstone. Too late for any dramatic bull fights but sometimes you just get lucky. The three biggest bulls started circling and with no warning two broke off and thundered into one another. Their bodies shook and shuddered as they threw their full weight into one another. Dust and dirt flew from their hooves and with some alarm I realized they were quickly covering the ground towards us. My good friend and fellow artist, Greg Wilson had the presence of mind to drag us back and up a small incline. The two buffalo pushed and shoved until they were almost completely obscured by the dust. Then just as suddenly as it started, everything was still except for the sound of breathing coming from the dust. As the air cleared the victor stood staring at us, his nostrils glistening in the sunlight.

Our Gallery Wrapped Canvases are printed with vibrant inks on a premium canvas substrate. The canvas is wrapped around 1-1/2" stretcher bar and finished with a splined back for an elegant look and feel. Showcasing our art in a beautiful full-wrap frameless presentation, each premier cotton canvas piece is printed with UV cured inks and hand stretched over a deep 1-1/2" kiln dried wood stretcher bar. Ready to hang individually or as an ensemble, there's no wonder why this versatile art format is a customer favorite. Canvas size, 24"H x 36"W x 1-1/2"D.
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Open Edition
Height:24"Medium:Canvas
Width:36"Framing:Wrapped
Depth:1.5"Origin:Made in USA
Product Type:Gallery Wrapped CanvasDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Brand:Wild Wings
Grant Hacking

Grant Hacking

Artist
South african native, grant hacking readily admits his primary goal in art is to play with emotions.  Whether it's a leopard with muscles taut and ready to leap or a mischievous young zebra prancing in the stream, grant hacking wants his audience to feel something.  "i am constantly seeking to...

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Watching the herd though the camera lens I could sense the big bulls were a little irritable. It was late Fall in Yellowstone. Too late for any dramatic bull fights but sometimes you just get lucky. The three biggest bulls started circling and with no warning two broke off and thundered into one another. Their bodies shook and shuddered as they threw their full weight into one another. Dust and dirt flew from their hooves and with some alarm I realized they were quickly covering the ground towards us. My good friend and fellow artist, Greg Wilson had the presence of mind to drag us back and up a small incline. The two buffalo pushed and shoved until they were almost completely obscured by the dust. Then just as suddenly as it started, everything was still except for the sound of breathing coming from the dust. As the air cleared the victor stood staring at us, his nostrils glistening in the sunlight.

Our Gallery Wrapped Canvases are printed with vibrant inks on a premium canvas substrate. The canvas is wrapped around 1-1/2" stretcher bar and finished with a splined back for an elegant look and feel. Showcasing our art in a beautiful full-wrap frameless presentation, each premier cotton canvas piece is printed with UV cured inks and hand stretched over a deep 1-1/2" kiln dried wood stretcher bar. Ready to hang individually or as an ensemble, there's no wonder why this versatile art format is a customer favorite. Canvas size, 24"H x 36"W x 1-1/2"D.
Product Specifications
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Open Edition
Height:24"Medium:Canvas
Width:36"Framing:Wrapped
Depth:1.5"Origin:Made in USA
Product Type:Gallery Wrapped CanvasDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Brand:Wild Wings
About the artist
Grant Hacking

Grant Hacking

Artist
South african native, grant hacking readily admits his primary goal in art is to play with emotions.  Whether it's a leopard with muscles taut and ready to leap or a mischievous young zebra prancing in the stream, grant hacking wants his audience to feel something.  "i am constantly seeking to...

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