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Jack Sorenson Posters

Jack Sorenson (1954-present) is a renowned Western artist. His paintings often depict the working cowboy, as well as a light-heartedness that frequently features his nephew Ethan. Jack grew up on his father's dude ranch and movie set in Texas, and trained horses during his teens and into his early twenties before becoming a full time artist. Below is a wonderful selection of Jack Sorenson posters and art on eBay. For more information on Jack Sorenson please see the bottom on this page.


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Jack Sorenson on All Posters - If you want to customize your art, All Posters is a great place to shop. With many items you can choose your matting and frame, or style of canvas.

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Hard To Get To by Jack Sorenson
Hard To Get To
Jack Sorenson grew up near Palo Duro Canyon in Texas, the second largest canyon in the United States (after the Grand Canyon). This vivid image of a working cowboy, staring across the expanse of the canyon at a cow and calf on the other side, accurately captures the rugged beauty of the area. See all "Hard To Get To" items on Amazon.

Watched by Jack Sorenson
Watched by Jack Sorenson
A lone cowboy prepares to build a loop as a herd of cows looks on. Rich colors, light and shadow, and a rough landscape create very realistic imagery. Available in several sizes, framed or unframed, or on stretched canvas. See all "Watched" items on Amazon.

Western Church by Jack Sorenson
Western Church by Jack Sorenson
Beautiful, deep colors enhance a scene where horses patiently wait outside a remote country church. See all "Western Church" items on Amazon.

The Bay Filly by Jack Sorenson
The Bay Filly by Jack Sorenson
Jack Sorenson's love of horses is apparent in many of his paintings, including this one. His mastery of depicting their anatomy and body language make his horses come alive in front of your eyes. See all "The Bay Filly" items on Amazon.

Sage Advice by Jack Sorenson
Sage Advice by Jack Sorenson
Two working cowboys pause in rough canyon country to sit, rest their horses, and exchange advice. Continued masterful use of color, depth, and light and shadow once again draw the viewer deep into this rugged, beautiful scene. See all "Sage Advice" items on Amazon.

Sage Advice by Jack Sorenson
Between Rocks and Hard Places by Jack Sorenson
Rugged Western scenery and two mounted cowboys take center stage in this painting. A member of the versatile family of art prints, this high-quality reproduction represents the best of both worlds: quality and affordability. See all "Between Rocks and Hard Places" on Amazon.

Jack Sorenson Trivia

Jack Sorenson is a best-selling artist for Leanin' Tree, America's largest Western-themed greeting card company. He has said of himself:

Below: "Shallow Crossing" by Jack Sorenson

Jack Sorenson: Shallow Crossing

 


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