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We're pleased to feature Tim Cox' painting, "At His Own Pace," as the official poster for Cowboy Poetry Week, 2007. 


Web use with links to this site are permitted for the promotion of Cowboy Poetry Week, and the image above may be posted for that purpose only, with this credit line:  
"Used with permission from www.CowboyPoetry.com; "At His Own Pace" by Tim Cox, www.TimCox.com"
"At His Own Pace" by Tim Cox 


This painting is also featured in our Art Spur project for Cowboy Poetry Week.


Reproduction prohibited without express written permission
"At His Own Pace" by Tim Cox 

A Winter, 2009 Art Spur features Tim Cox' painting, "Hicks' Hereford Heifers":


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"Hicks' Hereford Heifers" by Tim Cox 

Learn about Tim Cox and view some examples of his art below.

Visit Tim Cox' galleries at www.TimCox.com for more. The web site includes information about original oils, current prints, limited-availability prints, and archive prints, calendars, postcards, and more.

 


View Tim Cox' galleries at www.TimCox.com. The web site includes information about original oils, current prints, limited-availability prints, and archive prints, calendars, postcards, and more. 

Here are just a few samples of his work, including some recent pieces:

 


"Cow Horse Country" by Tim Cox

Tim Cox comments:  "One of my favorite things to do is to draw or paint horses.

When I think about the American West one of the first images that comes to mind is the horse. From the earliest days when Cortez arrived on the shores with his sixteen horses, the horse has helped carry the history and legacy of the West.

They give a feeling of freedom while galloping in the wide open spaces of the West. It is in these wide open spaces they are valued the most to work the ranches. In cow horse country they are a true treasure.

This painting is my tribute to the American cow horse.



"Heart and Home" by Tim Cox

Suzie Cox writes: This is our new release this year. The painting brings back sentimental memories of our old home on Eagle Creek. It is actually between our home and our next door neighbors. The couple depicted are good friends of ours. In fact, one of the first gifts Tim gave me was a watercolor of a cabin in a meadow.



"Rocky Mountain Paradise" by Tim Cox



Tim Cox' first print 
"Last of the Herd" by Tim Cox



Prix de West Purchase Award
"On to Better Pastures" by Tim Cox



Winner of the Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award
"Along Eagle Creek" by Tim Cox


 

View Tim Cox' galleries at www.TimCox.com. The web site includes information about original oils, current prints, limited-availability prints, and archive prints, calendars, postcards, and more. 

 


  About Tim Cox:

excerpted from Tim Cox' official biography from his web site, www.TimCox.com:

Tim's paintings have appeared on over 110 magazine covers through the years, and he has been featured in articles in at least 16 different publications, including Southwest Art, Western Horseman, Art of the West, American Cowboy, and Beef.

Tim Cox was born in 1957 in Safford, Arizona and grew up in the small farming and ranching community of Duncan, near the New Mexico state line. When only 5 years old, Tim vowed he "was going to be a cowboy artist" when he grew up. He currently lives in northern New Mexico and is considered one of the great western artists of our time. U.S. Art's "Gallery owners survey" named Tim one of the top two most popular Western print artists in 1999. U. S. Art Magazine selected Tim to have their honored distinction as a member of the Print Hall of Fame - 2000.

While most of his time is consumed by painting, Tim continues to raise cattle and train his horses. He also finds the time to coach young riders who compete in cutting competitions and other competitive horse events. Tim combines the basic ingredients of color, value, perspective and pleasing design with his desire to be a perfectionist in portraying the real working cowboy. This attention to exactness is appreciated by most ranchers and cowboys as well as the recreation horse owners around the world.

He was awarded the Will Rogers Western Artist of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists and Friends of Western Art's Artist of the Year for 2001. His paintings are eagerly sought at art shows like the Prix de West Art Show at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City and has been a three time winner of the Olaf Weighorst Best of Show Award at the Mountain Oyster Club Show in Tucson.

In 2003, Tim Cox was honored with one of the most prestigious awards in the world of western art at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, when the National Academy of Western Art chose his painting for the coveted Prix de West Purchase Award which includes a $5,000 cash award plus a gold medal. Cox's "On to Better Pastures" was the judge's favorite of the over 300 works of art at the 2003 Prix de West Show which featured the works of ninety two highly acclaimed artists. His painting "Along Eagle Creek" was selected as the 2004 winner of the Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award.

Visit www.TimCox.com 

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