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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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The Surround - Western Art Sculpture by Jeff Wolf

The Surround

“The Surround” – Western Art Sculpture by Jeff Wolf Praised as possibly the best Western Art Sculpture ever created, “The Surround” is an amazing western art sculpture by Jeff Wolf depicting how Native American kept bison circling while they were hunted. As you can see by the date in the video, this Western Art Masterpiece […]

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Western Bronze Sculpture by Bob Burkhart

Bob Burkhart – Western Bronze Sculptor

Bob Burkhart, Owner of Burkhart Bronze, Biography A fifth generation Montanan whose great-great grandfather – Nelson Story – headed the first cattle drive from Texas to Montana, Bob Burkhart’s artwork is inspired by his life-long ranching background coupled with his experience in the rodeo arena, both as a participant and as a pro-official. Bob’s commercial […]

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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 - Wood Sculpture "Pleasant Perch" by Darwin Dower

Lantern Wood Sculpture by Darwin Dower

I wanted everyone to see one of Darwin Dower’s latest wood sculptures titled, “A Pleasant Perch”. Darwin creates amazingly realistic wood sculptures. (Yes, they are entirely carved from wood and hand painted.) Some of his Western Art Wood Carvings are saddles, buggies, wagons, shoes, and more. If you haven’t had a chance to see Darwin’s […]

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