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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Craig Hone Wood Sculptures – Owls

Craig Hone goes to great lengths to create his wood sculptures. In the video below, Craig shares his Wooden Owl Sculptures. These designs took Craig over three years to complete, in order to capture that perfect moment in time. Craig spends countless hours researching anatomy, posture, actions, and more in order to create a great […]

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Western Art Gaining Popularity

I found the video below on the CBS Youtube Channel and found it quite interesting. (Be patient – the video below sometimes starts with a short advertisement.) The video tells about the annual Coeur d’Alene Art Auction – how it became so big that it had to be moved from Idaho to Reno, Nevada to acommodate […]

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Montana Livestock Commission Sculpture

The sculpture in the picture by Tobin Capp, owner of Bear Tracks Bronze, (sorry, it’s a bit cut off ) was commissioned by the Montana Livestock Ag Credit to commemorate their donation to the new College of Ag BioScience Building at MT State University. The dedication was held on a beautiful Saturday morning, followed by tours […]

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A Tribute to our US Troops

Words cannot express our Thanks to the men and women of our US Military. The Western Art Rodeo Association would like to thank you for your service to this great country and wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We realize that you provide us the freedom to do […]

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