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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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Kay Homan - Watercolor Artist

Kay Homan Watercolor Art at Cowboy Christmas 2010

Kay Homan spent some time with us at her booth at the Las Vegas Cowboy Christmas Show 2010. Most people can’t tell Kay uses watercolors in her art and  you’ll see why when you see her amazing watercolor paintings in the video below. Kay enjoys combining  unique combination’s of  animals and objects into her art […]

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Rowdy Barry - Professional Bullfighter and Artist

Western Artists at Cowboy Christmas – Las Vegas 2010

The Western Art Rodeo Association is down at Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas, Nevada – 2010. We spent some time going around to different artists introducing the Concept of The Western Art Rodeo Association and how we promote the artwork of our members. It is our goal to aggressively promote Western Art created by our […]

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Grizzly Intent by Tobin Capp - Bear Tracks Bronze

How is a WARA Event Different than an Art Show?

To Enter a Traditional Art Show: 1. You must have your artwork photographed. Typically, $75.00 to $125.00 per work photographed. 2.  You must be invited to enter. 3. You then fill out and mail entry form and photos for pre jury selection process. 4.  You pay the jury fee per piece entered, typically $10.00 to […]

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Western Art Association

Announcing the WARA – Western Art Rodeo Association. The Western Art Rodeo Association eliminates thousands of dollars in cost to the Artist.  It also allows anyone who wants to compete to do so regardless of status. It is a vital educational tool to both artists’ and the public as to what constitutes and defines quality art. […]

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