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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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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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Brent Flory Fine Art

Brent Flory presented his fine art paintings at the 2010 Art of the American Cowboy Show presented by the Western Art Association in Las Vegas at the Southpoint Hotel and Convention Center 2010. The Western Art Rodeo Association was there to support artists such as Brent Flory, Mary Michael and others. Brent took some time […]

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Join the WARA to Promote Art for Youth

I had the pleasure of talking to the High School Art teacher of Utah’s Delta High School, Craig Hansen, on the phone yesterday. Craig has volunteered to become involved in the Western Art Rodeo Association for the purpose of raising funds to promote youth art programs and provide greater opportunities for youth through art. Youth […]

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