CM Dudash western giclée prints are offered on either canvas and quality Fine Art paper. Bitterroot Frames gives you the choice of getting your giclée prints shipped to you rolled, mounted on foam core or stretched on stretcher bars. Shipping rates will be assessed after purchase and based on size, weight and desired destination. We recommend the paper prints are placed under glass for their protection. Canvas prints are sprayed with a UV protection coat, as a result they can be framed and hung without being placed under glass. Prints come with the option of adding the artist signature. Custom sizes can be requested via email or phone. Custom Frames are available to compliment your order, check out framing options here. Please email us with any questions.
We have 21 different CM Dudash western art prints to choose from; “A Sheriff, A Deputy, A Days Catch”, “After the Hunt, Still Carrying her Weight”, “Along the Waters Edge”, “An Eye on the Gold, a Finger on the Trigger”, “Boys We’re in for it Now”, “Buffalo Thunder”, “Chasing the Light”, “First Light, a Good Word and Some Daily Bread”, “In Silent Pursuit”, “Livin’ Off the Land”, “Mister, Those Horses Yonder are the Last You’ll be Rustlin'”, “Movin’ Down the River”, “Mustang Roundup”, “Narrow Escape”, “Prairie Fire”, “Ride Like the Wind”, “Shadowland”, “The Last Hand”, “The Scouts” and “Where They Once all Roamed”.
Michael began his full time career as an artist and oil painter in 1977. Over the next 25 years, he developed a highly successful career and national reputation in the field of illustration. He and his work have been featured in numerous publications including Art of the West, Southwest Art, Western Art Collector, American Artist, The Artist Magazine and Step by Step Graphics. Michael found that painting the characters and history of old west especially excited him and for the last 12 years this has been his singular focus. His work is currently sold through several prestigious western galleries, as well as the Prix De West Show, Quest for the West Art Show, and the C.M. Russell Museum. Michael is a Signature Member of “Oil Painters of America” and the “Russell Skull Society of Artists”. He lives with his wife Valerie, and currently works out of his home and studio in Coeur d’ Alene, ID area.