Dustin Payne | Western Artist | Cowboy Art in Bronze
Representing the Fading History of the American West in Native American, Wildlife Bronze Sculpture, and Western Art.
This year’s Trail Ride was held at Coldwater Ranch in Cache Valley, Utah.
Charles Goodnight & Oliver Loving
We are finally making plans to deliver the life-size Charles Goodnight & Oliver Loving Monuments to Pueblo at the end of this month.
The snow is melting and the days are getting longer!
Spring cleaning is going on, as well as getting organized for the rest of the year’s events, shows, and new artwork!
Phippen Miniature Masterpiece Show & Sale
Throughout the month of May 2019, the Phippen Museum will offer the 16th presentation of our very successful Miniature Masterpiece Show & Sale.
NEW SHOW LOCATION FOR THE COWBOY ARTISTS OF AMERICA BRINGS ART TO THE HEART OF TEXAS
Come Learn to Paint, draw, and sculpt with the CA artists
The Cowboy Artists are hosting their annual workshop this year in Wellsville, Utah. This is a great opportunity to get personalized instruction and have a great time with the artists.
Show at Trailside Galleries in Jackson, WY. February 2019.
Dustin’s newest work will be showcased during “Cowboy Country”, a show at Trailside Galleries in Jackson, Wyoming.
Oliver Loving Monument
Dustin started the new year with an exciting completion of his “Oliver Loving” Monument that is headed to Pueblo, Colorado this Spring. He finished up the sculpting and delivered it to the foundry, clearing out his studio space for new ideas and work for 2019.
Goodnight & Loving Monuments and the CA Show in Oklahoma
After coming home from the Cowboy Artists of America show, we were excited that all of Dusty’s work was sold at the show and he was honored with a silver medal award for his sculpture “The Midnight Storm”.
The Fall Art Season is Upon Us
We have our annual shows this month in Cody. Dusty headed over the mountain to Jackson Hole last weekend for the annual Fall Arts Festival QuickDraw. He spent Saturday morning participating in this part of the Fall Arts Festival, sculpting a piece called “River’s Edge”