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Heber City Cowboy Poetry - Western Art Fall Shootout

Western Art Fall Shootout – Entry Opens Today

Entries Open Today for the The Western Art Fall Shootout. Here’s your chance to expand your recognition, receive judges’ critiques, compete and compare your artwork side by side with other top western artists, including sculptors, carvers, oil painters, dry medium artists, photographers and water color artists. There will be a ton of other activities surrounding […]

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The Gallery at Sundance - The Spring Challenge - WARA

Entertainment, Excitement and Education Meet Fine Western Art

It’s finally here, the first post production video from the World’s First Art Sport Event. The video below will give you a small taste for the energy and excitement that was generated at the Inaugural Event of the Western Art Rodeo Association. Fine Western Artists from all over the country, including Oil Painters, Sculptors, Dry […]

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Bronze Elk Sculpture by Tobin Capp

Western Art Rodeo – Interview #2

If you’re tired of the same old traditional ways to market your western art, most of which are not working as well as they once did, now is the time for change. Is it possible to Change the Entire Western Art Industry? One of the most challenging things we continue to run into is showing […]

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"200 Years Too Late" by Tobin Capp

Promoting Western Artists Year Round

One of the most Frequently Asked Questions to the W.A.R.A. is this: “How is the W.A.R.A. different from a Traditional Art Show?” There are many differences – most of them are explained here. However, this post is just going to cover one MAJOR difference. The Western Art Rodeo Association is the only association that is […]

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Western Art Association

Announcing the WARA – Western Art Rodeo Association. The Western Art Rodeo Association eliminates thousands of dollars in cost to the Artist.  It also allows anyone who wants to compete to do so regardless of status. It is a vital educational tool to both artists’ and the public as to what constitutes and defines quality art. […]

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