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"Guess whut,.... I don't think The Country Club wants us grazin'
cattle on their golf course anymore!"
HOOVES & HORNS
BY A.W. ERWIN
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While A.W. will tell you,....
"Cattle are much easier to handle from the end of an ink pen", he continues to work closely with them, never getting too far away from his subject. But when the dust settles, you'll usually find him drawing his Cowtoons.
Academy of Western Artists
Cowboy Cartoonist of the Year
2004
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THE COWTOONIST - A.W. ERWIN

    A native Texan, A.W. has been drawing ever since he can remember, and nothing was sacred... old boot boxes, feed sacks or leather scraps, any bare flat surface was fair game for one of his drawings. Most of his work is a reflection of past experiences, building fence and cattle pens, hauling hay, riding bulls and bucking horses, working with "snakey" cattle and the various people and personalities found only in the cow country.
   
HOOVES & HORNS appears in numerous newspapers, magazines and newsletters, and he has produced his "Hooves & Horns Cowlendars" for over 25 years, with fifteen books to his credit, a line of greeting cards and numerous other related gift items.
 

 
It was pointed out on television's "Texas Country Reporter" that a pair of eyeglasses are hidden in each cartoon, a now there's a hidden pocket-knife as well. Folks have been looking for them ever since, maybe they like a challenge, or simply because they recognize the genuine down home humor and it's authentic roots.