|Title||The Herd Watcher|
|Medium||oil on masonite|
Native American boy on a horse playing a flute.
This young brave is killing two birds with one stone. He is using the boring assignment of protecting the tribe's pony herd with improving his skills on the courting flute, which he hopes will benefit him later.
Raised in Kansas, Riley attended the Kansas City Art Institute and the New York City Art Students League. Ken Riley lives and paints in Tucson, Arizona. He has a national reputation as an outstanding commercial illustrator.
|Dimensions||H-40 W-50 inches|
|Dimension Details||30 (h) x 40 (w) unframed|