Episode 59: Gary Morton

Photo by Bank Langmore, Bell Ranch, circa 1975.

New Mexico cowboy artist Gary Morton talks about his early days on the Bell Ranch, the responsibilities of a camp man and a wagon boss on a ranch, his journey as an artist, running cattle on the Mescalero Indian Reservation, and the importance of getting details right when representing the working cowboy.

 

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2 comments

  • Steve Latimer
    Steve Latimer Lakeland Fl
    Gary is a fellow artist. One of the best around. I grew up in Texas but the lord didn’t bless me to be a cowboy but he did Gary. A great artist and New Mexico son.👍😎

    Gary is a fellow artist. One of the best around. I grew up in Texas but the lord didn’t bless me to be a cowboy but he did Gary. A great artist and New Mexico son.👍😎

  • Jan Swan Wood
    Jan Swan Wood Newcastle, Wyoming
    I enjoyed this interview with Gary very much. He's genuine, both as a cowboy and an artist.

    I enjoyed this interview with Gary very much. He's genuine, both as a cowboy and an artist.

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