| The cowboys come riding through
town like a Greek phalanx, with lassoes as their pikes, in an effort
to seize control over the dilapidated quarter. They gallop through
the streets of bedraggled lots and smoke stacks at a deliberate pace
forcing out those who came before them, represented by the impaled
Native American heads.
Who Really Rules the World
Watercolor, Sharpee Pen, Acrylic and Collage on Paper
45.5 " x 84"
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