Bruce Graham’s path to western art was obvious to him even as a child. His grandfather, an avid collector of significant western art, owned the famous Two Dot Ranch in Wyoming during the heyday of large-scale ranching operations. Family stories of cowboy life, as well as contact with impressive artwork, left an early and lasting impression on Graham. Graham’s works hang in numerous private, corporate, and museum collections. In 2007, he received the William E. Weiss Purchase Award at the Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale.