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Shannon Lawlor B. 1965

Slim Shady

20x12” acrylic on Baltic birch with custom Doug Krause leather and silver frame

Estimate - $3,000-$3,500

Preserving the West and a passion for the equine is the substance that defines and sustains the work of artist, Shannon Lawlor. As it is for Doug Krause, Shannon’s collaborator on this authentic, unique piece. Krause is a saddle maker, silversmith and mecate master, and when he reached out to Lawlor to do a collaboration piece, she was quick to embrace the notion of working outside the box with such a talent.

Lawlor has many accomplishments under her belt in the art world and her work has become highly collectible to those in the industries of the West in which she portrays. As of late, 2023 brought Shannon a notable runner up position in the Western Horseman Best of Artists Award, and has been nominated again for the award this year. She is a proud sponsor of the NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association) and NRCHA (National Reined Cow Horse Association) for the very values expressed in her ethos.