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The-Art-of-Rodeo-with Jeff Wolf

Western Art Rodeo featured in Rodeo News

The Art of Rodeo with Jeff Wolf as seen in Rodeo News.     To read the full article, visit Page 76 of Rodeo News. Information on the Next Western Art Rodeo Next Event – Western Art Fall Shootout at Heber City Cowboy Poetry – Heber City, Utah – November 3-5, 2011 Information for Artists Entry […]

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The Stage at the World's First Art Rodeo - The Art Sport

Spring Challenge at Sundance Post Notes

A message from the W.A.R.A. founder, Jeff Wolf – The Western Art Rodeo Association Spring Challenge at Sundance event was a huge success. Everyone, win lose or draw, loved the concept. The competition, the fellowship, and the camaraderie that was shared throughout the event created enthusiasm for the future. Like a rodeo, the artists became […]

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The Sundance Screening Room - Where the Sundance Film Festival Began

Spring Challenge Tickets – While They Last

Did You Hear? The Screening Room at Sundance only has about 140 seats. This means Competition Seating for the Spring Challenge at Sundance is very limited and ALL SEATS WILL SELL OUT. Reserve your seat for all 3 Rounds of Competion – before it’s too late. It’s only $65 for a two day pass – and […]

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"The Surround" by Jeff Wolf

Last Chance for Western Artists – Deadline April 1

Calling All Western Artists. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to be part of the World’s First Fine Art Sport. Entry Deadline for the Spring Challenge at Sundance is April 1. Entries will close at midnight on Friday – (tomorrow!) Categories include Sculpture, Carving, Wet Mediums, Dry Mediums, and Photography. Artists will be coming from California, […]

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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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