West of the Mississippi River the horse and all that it signifies, changes from thoroughbreds to quarter horses. From highly-strung racing machines to working horses that are more than your best friend. The farther west you go, the more important the horse becomes and by the time you reach the big sky in this amazing piece of photographic art, the horse is a way of life. John’s perspective is unusual and thought-provoking. With the horse’s haunch as the focal point, we become focused on the horse, then we ponder what the rider is seeing, and then we are there, looking at that grassy, flowing prairie without a single road or fence in sight. Ah, the freedom of the west, for a person with a horse. Bring that incredible sense of freedom into your home with this impressive piece. Depth + Design: Metal box art pieces are unique as they truly are a box. The sides are folded adding three inches of depth, which raises off the wall by 3 inches. Additionally, the design wraps on all sides making it 3-D.
Material: Using aluminum material, these boxes are extremely lightweight and can be hung with one small nail. We also included a crossbar with a notch that is perfectly centered, taking the guesswork out of centering your piece.
Size: Each panel measures 21 in wide x 42 in tall x 3 in deep. We recommend spacing each panel 2 inches apart.
Display: Box Art can be displayed indoors or outdoors as our materials (ink & aluminum) are weather-resistant.
Artist: John Lichtwardt