I portray the cowboy because it is what I have known all my life, as far back as I can trace my family tree. It is the feeling of freedom, space, the outdoors, the magnificent landscapes, the light, the honesty and values of the western spirit and family. I couldn't paint anything else. This is my passion and it is what I know and love. -Tim Cox
A long time ago, when I first started painting, I read, ‘If you paint your time, it will become history,’ so I’m putting down a firsthand account of my time. I hope that through my work, future generations can experience the American West that, unfortunately, is disappearing. - Tim Cox
Cowboys on horseback in country like this speak volumes about the deep affection that I have for good horses and wide open spaces. -Tim Cox
The older I get the more important it is for me to put down in paint the places and things in the west that I have seen before they disappear. -Tim Cox
I enjoy trying to capture the relationship between a horse and its rider.” Depicting a cowboy tenderly removing his horse’s bridle after a long day’s work, this beautifully executed painting conveys Cox’s deeply held belief that “a horse isn’t just a tool, he’s a partner. -Tim Cox
I paint the details because, in the agriculture business, it is the small details that make the difference between profit and loss; survival or failure. I paint for the people that live this life. -Tim Cox
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