ORIGINAL: 38 x 40 inches, Oil on Canvas
Sold at Cowboy Artists of America Exhibition 1994, Pheonix, Arizona
In the Permanent Collection of the Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, Georgia
Loren's inspiration: "I wanted to show the struggle that exists between the cowboy caring for the newborn calf and the elements. A late winter storm during calving time can be critical. I enjoy using actual people doing what they do in real life. My model is Lowell Peterson, a nearby rancher."