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Western Masters Art Show and Sale

Western Masters Art Show and Sale

The Western Art Rodeo Association supports all Western Artists and the events and organizations that help promote them. We believe that the more opportunities artists have to create art, the better. Western Masters Art Show and Sale Website – http://www.westernmastersartshowandsale.com/ E-Mail: info@westernmastersartshow.comInformation: Western Masters Art Show and Sale is a four-day fine art exhibition held […]

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Darwin Dower with a Wooden Saddle Wood Sculpture

Darwin Dower – Spring 2011 Art Shows

In addition to competing in the Western Art Rodeo Association Spring Challenge at Sundance, Darwin Dower will be participating in other art shows this Spring. This is a great opportunity to see these amazing Western Wood Sculptures Darwin creates: The Show Information is as follows: The Robert and Peggy Sears Dixie Invitational Art Show and […]

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"Drinking in the Light" by Brent Flory - Oil Painting

Is My Western Art Good Enough?

“What if my artwork isn’t good enough?” “What if I don’t win?” “I can’t compete with such great artists, my artwork is not that good.” Over the past year, as I have introduced the concept of the Western Art Rodeo Association to others (ok, literally everyone I have talked to), I have heard phrases and […]

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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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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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