Cowboy Trails — a sale of art from the annual Cowboy Artists of America trail ride — takes place August 1 – 3.
It just might be that the only thing as wonderful as a trail ride is art from a trail ride.
Fresh off their annual trail ride, the Cowboy Artists of America got to work painting and sculpting. For 48 hours, beginning at 11 a.m. Central on Thursday August 1, you can shop this exclusive collection of small works inspired by scenery and action of the most recent trail ride.
Every year for 54 years the acclaimed masters of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America have gathered at a working ranch to work, play, ride, and bond. The camaraderie and brotherhood of the Western lifestyle they live and honor with their work is the subject of their art.
See the Cowboy Trails show online now — as well as a slideshow preview — and be there for the sale when it opens at 11 a.m. (Central) Thursday August 1.
Click on the image above to view the slideshow.
Then come to Fort Worth, Texas, for the big annual CAA sale and exhibition, November 1 – 2, 2019, at Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall.
Photography: (featured) Pink Fringe Chaps, 12” x 14”, oil, by Jason Rich, (slideshow) Moonlight Riders, 12” x 16”, acryclic, by Phil Epp, Pink Fringe Chaps, 12” x 14”, oil, by Jason Rich, Coldwater Cowboy, 8” x 10”, acrylic, by Martin Grelle, Moonrise – Coldwater Ranch, 12” x 16”, acryclic, by Phil Epp, Separation Anxiety, 4” x 5” x 2”, limited edition bronze sculpture, shown in clay (10 available), by Jason Scull. All images courtesy Cowboy Artists of America