Kaye York’s love for horses started at a young age when she began painting in her 30's it was clear that her passion for horses and cowboys would be the focus of her work. Her husband's job on cattle ranches gave her a lot of exposure to good reference. She has received countless awards over the years, including many “Best of Shows” and “People’s Choices” but she is most proud of two ”Best of Shows” from the National Western Art Show in Ellensburg, Washington. She has a piece in the Albertson’s Corporate Headquarters permanent collection. Her work was recently used on the covers of two New Mexico Stockman magazines. This piece is dated 1993 on the back. It has a lovely scene painted by the artist on the front mat to enhance the center Giclee of her painting Strung Out. It is signed and titled on the mat below the giclee. It is also signed and dated next to the drawing, Kaye York ’93. The giclee print measures 5 inches wide and 4 inches tall. The little oil pastel drawing of cows measure 5 inches wide and 1-1/2 inches tall. The wood frame measures 12-1/4 inches long and 10-1/4 inches tall. The frame shows light wear.
Kaye York, 1993 Oil Pastel Cows on Mat with Color Giclee Print in Center Titled, Strung Out Signed By Artist