Cowtown Collection Western Art and Gear Show at Brumbaugh’s in Fort Worth – Cowboys and Indians Magazine

A one-time fundraiser provides the opportunity to see and buy art and preserve the rich history of the Western lifestyle for future generations.

A group of Western artists come together to show off their talents in a one-night benefit event at Brumbaugh’s Fine Home Furnishings in Fort Worth, Texas on December 5, 2020.

And it’s for a good cause. The event aims to educate and engage the community through works of art that depict the western lifestyle and will use a portion of the proceeds from ticket and art sales for two non-profit organizations: the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Foundation and Art of Living – Fort Worth.

The NCHA Foundation’s Scholarship Committee provides financial assistance to recipients based on academic achievement, financial needs, and engagement of cutting horses, as well as leadership and communication skills. Art of Living provides resources for homeless children to help them become self-reliant through art and other educational opportunities.

Holy Bradley Chance Hays

Emily McCartney

One long slow train, Wayne Baize

Windmill in black and white, Kim Robbins

Michael Capron

Ford Truck F-100, Kim Robbins

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Artists who come together to support these causes and preserve the rich history of the Western lifestyle and its portrayal include Michael Capron, Wilson Capron, Peter Robbins, Kim Robbins, Emily McCartney, Matt Humphreys, Bradley Guin, Bob Moorhouse, Matt Litz and Bradley Chance Hays, Wayne Baize, Liz Herrin, Buck Taylor, Garren Still (Leather Chef), Mike Tabor, Jeremy Enlow, Maddie Hoelscher, Don Bell and Travis Payne.

Bandits, red silk

Be mother-of-pearl, blue

Bandits, brown silk

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The auction features a live painting by Brad Ball and signature scarves by Fringe Scarves.

General admission tickets are $ 75, including heavy Reata entrees. The Ghostwood Distillery serves cocktails.

VIP Early Buyers tickets are $ 125. This gives you prime access to all of the artwork before it goes on sale for general admission.

Country singer Garrett Bradford provides entertainment from 5:00 a.m.

Sponsorship levels for the Cowtown Collection 2020

Gold level: $ 5,000 – $ 10,000

  • Naming rights connected
  • 6 tickets
  • Private meeting with the artist
  • Access to works of art in front of the public
  • 4 pouch pockets (fringed scarf, signature candle, cigar in private collection)

Silver: $ 2,500-4,999

  • Naming rights connected
  • 4 tickets
  • 1 pouch pocket (fringed scarf, signature candle, cigar in private collection)

Bronze: $ 500- $ 2,499

  • Name confirmed
  • 2 tickets
  • 1 pouch pocket (fringed scarf, signature candle, cigar in private collection)

The Cowtown Collection’s Western Art and Gear Show is held December 5th from 5pm to 8pm at Brumbaughs Fine Home Furnishings, 11651 Camp Bowie W Boulevard, Aledo, Texas brumbaughs.com and look for the Cowtown Collection tab.

Photography: Images courtesy of the artist

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