Charlie Russell’s artistic activities were immersed in a small log studio located adjacent to his home. This simple structure held great meaning for Charlie, representing the past which he knew so well and loved so intensely. He was able to walk through the door of the studio, back to the days of untamed land and men, to conjure up scenes which quickly appeared on his canvases. He was surrounding by his collections of cowboy and Indian gear, mounted wildlife, photographs of friends, and the ambiance of his earliest years in Montana with Jake Hoover.
Paperback format – 55 pages.