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Tim West Photography

 Nashville, TN


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If you would like to purchase a canvas print at 50-70% off, before the prices go up:


Step 1) Choose your size below!

16" x 20" Canvas Print

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All Canvas Prints are 

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Bang a single nail in the wall, and hang the picture in 10 seconds!

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Give me a call, and I can take your order over the phone


There are several different canvas buying options, that get a little complex to describe with just written word.


My clients have found it to be far easier to go over the various options on the phone, when I take your order.

Call me at 615-497-6112

Most clients find it more convenient and quicker to just call me, and I ship your canvas print right to your doorstep, via UPS


(Most packages arrive in 7-10 days)

Just give me a call at 615-497-6112

About the Artist


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I must confess: Prior to my first trip to Cody Wyoming, I had no interest in horses.  I guess I respected them and knew many people loved them.  At that time, to me, they were just animals that might be in a fence next to someone’s house. I had been a part-time portrait photographer for 8 years, and I photographed people; I had no interest in animals, buildings or sunsets.  


That all changed in about a minute when I came face to face with my first wild horse.  We were on the prairie in Wyoming and had been searching for over six hours trying to find a horse.  


I learned that these wild horses live in herds with only one dominant stallion.  The stallions must fight to stay in their herds, and over the years become quite beat up with scars.  As they get older, they are eventually replaced by younger, stronger stallions.  


This resonated with me. I was on furlough from my corporate sales job after Covid shut everything down. Not sure if I would have a career to come back to, my wife and I decided to drive to Yellowstone – maybe I could get some great bear pictures.  We pulled into Cody, Wyoming and learned there were wild horses in the area.  The first wild horse was a mess, and I could tell he had a rough life. As I was taking pictures of him, he kept coming closer walking straight towards me.   I felt a special connection with this horse, as I too was getting older and not sure of my place in this world. How would I stay relevant in my world and my career?


A few weeks later I was officially laid off.  It was scary but also invigorating, finally feeling like I could make the jump into full-time photography.  I thought of that rugged horse, still fighting to make a life for himself.


In just matter of days, I went from zero interest to having a passion for these beautiful, strong animals.  Forever, some of my favorite memories will be my time with my wife discovering, observing and photographing these amazing animals.


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If you have any questions whatsoever that I couldn't answer here, or would like to purchase a canvas or metal print, to be shipped to your home, I will be happy to give you the

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