Wilton, California: Vaquero Enterprises, 1999. Second Printing. Hardcover. Short Folio, 156 pages, Color and black & white illustrations by the author. -- Personal gift inscription to the title page at the bottom front corner, Some surface rubbing, light wear to the extremities of the dust jacket and a couple of closed tears. Fine / very good. Item #9550
"Ernie prides himself in creating authentic vaquero remembrances in all aspects – people, horses, equipment, cattle, terrain, livestock situations, etc. He has created vaquero art with pen & ink, pencil, charcoal, watercolor, oils, acrylic, bronze sculpting, wood carving, rawhide braiding, and horse hair mecates. His paintings and drawings provide a vivid and colorful replay of his personal experiences while working on various ranches in his younger days, and the many stories told to him by “old-timer cowboys” he has known. His art, rawhide work, and books have been featured in galleries, museums, and private collections throughout the United States and many parts of the world."-vaquero enterprises.