Ron Scofield is well known for his dedication and commitment to
keeping alive the old American West. He expresses all facets of the old
west through his wagon and carriage building, music, architecture,
and of course his art. Ron is a self-taught artist
favoring the style of Fredric Remington and C. M. Russell. His art depicts cattle
drives, cowboy camps, chuck wagons, the pioneer experience, and
anything that represents the scenes and images one might have seen firsthand in the days of the old west.
Ron prefers to work in oil painting and pen & ink, but has also carved a self portrait in redwood. We offer a few limited edition prints for sale here but there are well over 20 different prints available for sale, all of which can be seen and obtained during the Cowboy Campfire events.
All below prices include shipping and handling. Prints are shipped in tubes.
- The Makins -
This print, "The Makins" is a high quality 8.5" x 14" pen & ink on red/orange paper from 2003. The effect resembles the light reflected from a campfire on a cowboy rollin' his own.
This 12 x 9 print of a pen & ink originally completed by Ron Scofield way back in 1988. This is a Limited Edition print (500) and is a fine example of Ron's appreciation of Native American history.
- Jerkline Outfit -
This 7.25" x 20" beauty is a numbered limited edition print of a pen and ink original Ron drew up in 1984.
- Throw Down the Strongbox -
Throw Down the Strongbox
This 11" x 17" limited edition print depicts Black Bart in one of his famous stage hold-ups. Ron did this piece to commemorate the first annual Black Bart Days held in Sutter Creek Ca. and it was used to advertise the event.
This is also available in 8.5" x 11" and is shipped in a reinforced manila envelope.