This charcoal drawing is amazing in it's depth and emotion. It is an original by an artist who captures the sentiment of a wise man. I always considered this showing Wisdom in my home. I have to part with it and I would hope it would become a family member to you as it has been to us.
Gerald Farm is an artist of distinctly American tradition whose work has appropriately earned him the honor of being dubbed “The Norman Rockwell of the West”. Each of Farm’s paintings has a story to tell and is designed as a conversation piece. The key is the models who “are selected with great care.” Like any good director, Farm scouts for actors to play parts in his stories. He goes to bars or hangs out in shopping malls near his home in Farmington, New Mexico. Occasionally, he and his wife, Shari, will go for a drive up to southern Colorado in search of memorable faces. Often he will visit a small restaurant in Aztec, New Mexico where old hands go for coffee and breakfast.