CONGRATULATIONS to PHIL EPP featured on the cover of TSCRA April 2019 issue of The Cattleman. “The Old Stock Pens” was inspired by the Ryan stock pens outside of Marfa, Texas. Epp says, “These pens have minimal use, but they are gracefully aging amongst the tumbleweeds in the wide-open West Texas landscape. I have always… Read More
CREATE, ENTER, WIN, and ATTEND the 2019 CA Annual Sale & Exhibition! Winners will be chosen by Western Horseman Senior Editor Jennifer Denison, Western Horseman Art Director Ron Bonge, and a member of Cowboy Artists of America. One champion and reserve champion will be selected in each of three age divisions: 8 and under, 9-13,… Read More
Art Beat: Cowboy Artists of America Bring Their Big Show to Fort Worth, Texas
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – The longest-running artist group in history makes a maverick move hosting their 54thAnnual Sale and Exhibition in an iconic cow town turned contemporary West destination. An organization with 50+ years under its belt buckle only achieves such a legacy with balanced proportions of tradition and innovation. The Cowboy Artists of America… Read More
Since the group’s inception, the Cowboy Artists of America have enjoyed an annual trail ride. They felt it was important to experience together aspects of cowboy and western life to enhance the authenticity of their artistic portrayals. Ranches throughout the United States extend invitations to the CA organization to come stay as their guests. Days… Read More
The Desert Caballeros Western Museum recently opened a new alcove to display recent acquisitions to the museum’s permanent collection. Art and artifacts become part of the museum’s collection only after they have been thoroughly reviewed and approved by the museum’s acquisition committee and board of trustees, on the recommendation of the staff. The alcove currently… Read More
SAVE THE DATE July 11, 2018 | 11 a.m. Central Time Since the group’s inception, the Cowboy Artists of America have enjoyed an annual trail ride. They felt it was important to experience together aspects of cowboy and western life to enhance the authenticity of their artistic portrayals. Ranches throughout the United States extend invitations… Read More
As part of the desire to support the Cowboy Art community, the Cowboy Artists of America gives scholarships and awards to deserving artists of all ages through the CAA Joe Beeler Foundation. To encourage young artists, our group worked in conjunction with the Western Horseman Magazine, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum to… Read More
In other exciting news, we have a brand new member, Dustin Payne, from Cody, Wyoming. He is known for his western portrayal of history in bronze sculpture. With his traditional style, he encapsulates the feeling and detail of the western way of life.
The Cowboy Artists of America are honored to add Bobby Norris as an Honorary Member of our group. He and his father, Robert N. Norris are our only father and son pair inducted as Honoraries.