See artwork HERE.
Every year for the past 55 years, the Cowboy Artists of America have gathered at a working ranch to ride, work, and bond as a brotherhood. Not only does this annual event build camaraderie and strengthen loyalty to the group, it also inspires members to create artwork unique to the trip.
This year, 12 members met at the Kimberlin Ranch in Graford, Texas. Active, emeritus, and honorary members swapped gear, shared memories, and found inspiration. Legendary chuckwagon cooks Homer Robertson and Charlie Ferguson served steak and cobbler. It was a weekend worth remembering and documenting through art.
On July 14 at noon, artwork inspired by the CA trail ride will be offered in the Cowboy Trails Sale. Funds from the artwork is split between the artists and the Joe Beeler Foundation, the membership’s nonprofit for developing artists.