Celebrating it’s 29th anniversary the Cowboy Classics Western Art & Gear Show is a showcase for the contemporary western lifestyle and a tribute to the American Cowboy.
Located in the Youth Activity Building, Cowboy Classics is held in conjunction with the Arizona National Livestock Show and is sponsored by the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation, with all proceeds benefiting the Arizona National Livestock Show Scholarship Program.
The show is an impressive assembly of some of the finest western talent to be found today. Showcased items include oil paintings, bronzes, silverwork, hitchings, leatherwork and furniture, drawn from the rich vital traditions of the cowboy.
Cowboy Classics Western Art & Gear Show artists do not have to pay a jury or entry fee but we will be charging $200-$250 for booth space (depending on size). We ask that artists be on location during the event to visit with viewers.
To be added to the mailing list to consign your items to either the Gallery or the Mercantile, please contact the Arizona National Livestock Show Office.
This year’s art show will be held Dec 28 - 30, 2017.
All artists will submit representational photos of their original work along with photos of their display booth for a jury process.
Accepted artists will set up booths to display their work and be in attendance for the duration of the show (10x10 booth fee - $200). Larger booth spaces may be available.
Only artists with original paintings (oil/acrylic, watercolor), drawings, and bronze sculpture of a western theme will be juried into the show (up to 30% of merchandise may be prints of the artist’s original work).
Artists will select a limited number of pieces for judging.
$6,000 in cash awards.
Artist’s reception will be held on December 28 in conjunction with the Livestock Show Dedication. Reception will include live music, drinks, and desserts.
LaNan Donovan, Director
Cowboy Classics Art Show