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Western Fences (Cowboy Gear Series) by David R. Stoecklein
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 10" Height: 10" Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Stoecklein Publishing
ISBN 1933192011 ISBN13 9781933192017
Availability 0 units.
More About David R. Stoecklein
David W. Stevenson is the founder and co-owner of Two by Four, an advertising agency based in Chicago. Two by Four's clients include work for Western brands like Wrangler Jeanswear, Ariat boots, sooner Trailers, and more. Growing up in Dallas, David has always been around the western lifestyle. Additionally, through the many television and photography shoots he has art directed, he has developed a respect of the Western culture, its people, and imagery. David lives just outside of Chicago with his wife Becky, three kids, two dogs, two mice and a fish named Justin. David R. Stoecklein has worked closely with ranchers and cowboys from every Western state. Through his work, he has gained a deep understanding of and respect for cowboys. His quest to keep the spirit of the West alive is heartfelt and uncompromising. David spends every free moment photographing cowboys and all elements of their lives, preserving their heritage and traditions. David resides in Sun Valley with his wife, Mary, and their three sons.
David R. Stoecklein currently resides in the state of Idaho.
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A full color, photographic gallery of fences across the American West Nov 7, 2005
Western Fences is a full color, photographic gallery of fences across the American West, from entrance gates to close-ups of fence posts and wire to panoramic views of shipping corals from the sky. The role of the fence in the life of modern-day cowboys and ranchers is discussed in very brief text segments introducing the gallery of images, many of which were shot at sunrise or sunset to capture nature's light and glory as well as the purpose of man-made works in the desert. The emotional power of Stoecklein's images and their ability to capture the spirit of the West distinguish this remarkable collection, highly recommended for photography shelves.