"Cricket" Color Print by Valerie Waldorf


“Cricket” 1984 color print by the late Valerie Waldorf. Cricket was one of those perennial characters at Friendship that showed up for every shoot. He was famous for his fine throwing tomahawks and you could always tell when he was around when he made a whistling sound like a cricket! Val did his portrait and this was to be her first color print of a series of individuals. The plan was to get it on the cover of Muzzle Blasts magazine and she and Cricket would sell the reproductions signed by both. He died while the ink was still drying on those prints, the cover deal fell through, and we traded most of them off to a gun dealer who is now dead also. I have no idea what became of them. Two years later we quit going to Friendship and other rendezvous. Disheartened, this was the last print Val did until the wildly popular Story In Stone wall poster.  The original portrait is still in my collection, I have a very limited number of prints left, and they are signed! However, all have some minor discolorations in the white boarders. Check the in stock counter for the number left, and hurry if you want one, they may not last long. Size, including white boarder, 13 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches. Price, $15.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 August, 2014.

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