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Brian Asher Cowboy Pencil ArtistOne of the main goals of the Western Art Rodeo Association is to promote all types of Western Art and the Artists that produce it.

This includes many different categories and mediums including sculpture, oil paintings, water colors, pencil drawings, photography, carving and more.

Unlike most art shows that only promote Western Artists at their own events (you know, the ones that call you once a year for the booth fee), the WARA focuses on promoting our western artists 24/7/365.

The WARA aims at keeping our members in front of art collectors and art enthusiasts year-round, in order to build a strong “fan base” for our artists.

Let’s Face It…..

Most artists either don’t have time to let everyone know what they are working on, or how their latest art piece is coming along, or what show they will be attending next. Sound familiar? Artists want to create art. That’s what they do. That’s what they are good at.

This is why the Western Art Rodeo Association in valuable and necessary to the continued success of all western artists. The more information you provide, the more we keep you in front of your market – collectors and art enthusiasts.

I just ran across this video about Brian Asher – Western Cowboy Pencil Artist.

It’s an interesting and fun video, so I wanted to share it with you. (like I said before, the WARA is promoting EVERYTHING about Western Art)

A bit about Brian….from Brian Asher Art.

Although I’ve been drawing since I was very young, it wasn’t until ’92 that I decided to try to make a little money with it. I know that I’ve been blessed with a God-giving talent that until now I had not pursued. On days that I wasn’t cowboying, I worked on my art, and had limited edition prints made. The first 2 sold out in a surprisingly short amount of time (at least it seemed so to me) mostly to guys I’d been cowboying with. I finished more originals, and had more limited edition prints made. Some have sold really well, others haven’t, but my customer base was growing mostly by word of mouth. Word got around to some pretty good places. – READ MORE.

The Western Art Rodeo Association wishes Brian all the best. Keep up the good work.

If you have a video that you would like to share with the WARA and our members, feel free to comment below.

We look forward to seeing you on the Inside of the WARA – Join other Top Western Artists Today.

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