Follow equine artist Jim Rey through his process of painting a horse study. Artist Jim Rey of Durango, Colorado,…
The Cowboy Artists of America offer 22 pieces of artwork based on its annual spring trail ride at the…
Lynn Brown has painted since her early teens, but she found her true niche in her 30s, when she painted the first of her collection known as “The Cowgirls.”
Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductee Veryl Goodnight honors strong Western women with her poem and sculpture, both titled No Turning Back.
Sophy Brown’s sweeping brushstroke and bold use of color and composition capture the explosiveness and expression of a Wrangler National Finals Rodeo bronc.
Using only a No. 1 pencil, Western Horseman art director Ron Bonge renders the intensity and action of a competitor at the Jordan Valley Big Loop.
The painting Between Two Worlds not only represents a cowboy’s struggle to hold onto his land and livelihood, but also artist Bill Anton’s personal journey westward.
On a dreary, rainy May morning, artist Carrie Ballantyne slides open the barn doors on Paul and Sandy Wallop’s historic Canyon Ranch, exposing the eastern slope of the Big Horn Mountains.