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Mehl Lawson

Currently living in Bonita, California, Mehl Lawson is an artist in two mediums: sculpture and horses. He is an heir to the proud vaquero tradition of Old California, a dedicated deciple of the refined subtle elegance of the Santa Barbara style that inspired the creative spirits of such men as Ed Borein and Louis Ortega. Lawson has achieved numerous awards such as the Remington Award at the Prix de West Show at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. He won the Thomas Moran Award at the Masters of the American West Show at the Autry Museum.

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Bronze Edition of 50
21"h x 8"w x 7"d

Bronze,  Edition of 100

4 1/2"h x 5 3/4"w x 2 1/2d


"Big Loop"
Bronze Edition of 50
10 1/2"h x 8 1/2"w x 4"d

"Sixes Sunrise"
Bronze Edition of 50
12"h x 12 1/2"w x 4"d

"Summer Breeze"

Bronze,  Edition of 35

18 1/2"h x 15"w x 6"d


Bronze Edition of 100
9" height

Additional work by Mehl Lawson.

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