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Whip and Spur by Steve Johnson

Not Your Typical Art Show – FAQ Interview #3

Can a Western Artists Make Money Regardless of Sales? Jeff Wolf answers more questions about the Western Art Rodeo Association and how artists will compete for prize money, gain status recognition, have new ways to market western art, and ultimately sell more artwork. Interview #3 of this FAQ Series answers the following questions: How does […]

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Jeff Wolf with Keith Hone

Western Art Rodeo – Interview #1

The W.A.R.A. is introducing an entirely new way to promote Western Artists and Western Art. Wait. Wait. Wait. Don’t go go canceling all your appointments, gathering your artwork from galleries, canceling your artwork ads in Western Art Magazines … Just take a minute and consider this: If there was a less expensive way to promote […]

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Grizzly Intent by Tobin Capp - Bear Tracks Bronze

How is a WARA Event Different than an Art Show?

To Enter a Traditional Art Show: 1. You must have your artwork photographed. Typically, $75.00 to $125.00 per work photographed. 2.  You must be invited to enter. 3. You then fill out and mail entry form and photos for pre jury selection process. 4.  You pay the jury fee per piece entered, typically $10.00 to […]

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