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This Trilogy is inspired by Marty Robbins’ famous song, “El Paso”
"The El Paso Trilogy": Part One
Whether by night or by day, when you ride your horse into dusty El Paso, you know how to find this well-known Old West cantina by the raucous laughter, the lively music and the lights that send out a welcome and promise adventure. Inside it has attracted a love triangle…a hot-headed young cowboy, a beautiful, sultry bar maid and another determined trail hand.
32” x 46”
"The El Paso Trilogy": Part Two
"Caught Me a Good 'Un"
This lovesick but foolish cowboy has shot his youthful competitor for the love of the beautiful girl. Realizing what he has done, he charges out the door of the cantina and steals a horse…”Caught Me A Good ‘Un”. Jumping on the stolen steed, he makes a wild dash for the Bad Lands and his freedom.
24” x 18”
"The El Paso Trilogy": Part Three
"One Last Kiss and Goodbye"
Freedom for our young desperado now means nothing without the object of his affection. Decision made, out of his secluded lair, he challenges the riding posse and their flying bullets for one last kiss and a final goodbye.
24” x 30”
2 - 3
"Jazz Man - Houston Persons"
Inspired by Person’s saxophone performance at a recent Jazz Festival, Weaver created this realistic image of the renown musician with an abstract background, suggesting the music for which he is famous.
36” x 28”
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