The Pendleton x Judd Thompson blanket will be a cozy staple in your ranch home.
Pendleton wool blankets are a decor staple for any Western home looking to add warmth and character to their space, and are even considered an art piece by many collectors. Now, with the help of artist Judd Thompson, their newest blanket is a literal work of art.
Pendleton has collaborated with Thompson to turn one of his Western inspired art pieces into a signature wool blanket, and a collector's item as well. Thompson's acrylic painting, "Horse Named Paint" depicts a black horse running across a thick blanket of snow on a winter night.
Pendleton has adapted his art into a full sized blanket fit for a ranch bunkhouse or mountain lodge.
Judd Thompson's Western heritage, detailed by Stapleton Gallery:
Born in 1983, Judd Thompson spent his formative years growing up on the Crow Indian Reservation, gaining inspiration from the art he was surrounded by in his parents' business, The Custer Battlefield Trading Post. Judd draws inspiration from Western artists, especially Joseph Henry Sharp. Judd uses his passion for color theory to capture the essence of Crow Country in a variety of media. After graduating from the University of Wyoming in 2010 with a degree in Art & Art History, Judd moved to Billings, MT where he currently resides.
To purchase the "Horse Named Paint" Pendleton blanket as well as view other Judd Thompson works, you can visit Stapleton Gallery in Billings, Montana or click here to shop online.