• Bob Boze Bell Art

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    In 1999, Bob Boze Bell bought True West magazine (published since 1953) and moved the editorial offices to Cave Creek, Arizona. Bob has published and illustrated groundbreaking books on Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid and Doc Holliday and his series on Western gunfights is titled Classic Gunfights. Bob’s subjects include but are not limited to commercial illustration, Cowboys, Figure/Figurative, Western Cowboys, Indians, and horses and mediums include gouache, scratchboard, oil and watercolor.
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Bob Boze Bell 10" x 12" Art Prints just $45 + $5 S&H

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Cattle Track Art Compound and Santos Press will host an art exhibition featuring Bob Boze Bell’s artwork that illustrated both the True West March issue that answers the question: Did a Buffalo Bill Wannabe Shoot Vincent van Gogh? And also, at the exhibition will be the premiere the new letterpress limited edition graphic novel. Only 100 signed and numbered copies of this handmade book will be sold. The initial price is $150 per book. Prices will go up as the edition sells out. So get in on the ground floor.

On Saturday, March 5, will be the public premiere of the book and the artwork at Cattle Track Art, 6195 Cattletrack in Scottsdale, Arizona from 1 to 4 p.m. Hey, free Mexican food will be served.

For a look at some of the real history behind the book, check out Bob Boze Bell’s Classic Gunfight in True West Magazine’s March 2016 issue HERE

True West Moments Vol. 1 ($9.95 + $5.00 S&H) is on sale now!

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Send Bob an email at BozeBell@twmag.com if you want a custom signature. 

Order HERE!




“The 66 Kid” by Bob Boze Bell is available now!

 

Order the Special Edition of “The 66 Kid” HERE.

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View Postcards from “The 66 Kid” HERE

Art from “The 66 Kid” available HERE

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Old Vaquero

The average Westerner will take offense if you say his father was a crook, but he will brag a little if he discovers that his great-grandfather was an outlaw.

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