Although born in 1954, Texas artist Jack Sorenson grew up living the scenes of the Wild West that he now paints. As a kid on his father’s dude ranch and frontier town on the rim of the Palo Duro Canyon, his various jobs included gunfighter, stagecoach driver and horse trainer. “But I’ve known all my life that I was going to be an artist.” After his first one-man show sold out in 1974, Jack opted for painting full time.
Jack’s paintings have been used as the cover for more than three dozen western magazines, including Western Horseman, The Quarter Horse Journal, The Cattleman, Beef and Today’s Horse. Feature articles on his work have appeared in Southwest Art, Persimmon Hill, America’s Horse, The Quarter Horse Journal and Western Horseman. He is one of the best-selling artists for “Leanin’ Tree” Christmas and greeting cards with more than ten million cards sold.
Jack’s original oils are handled by Joe Wade Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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