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Cowgirl artists featured in 2022 The Cowgirl Gathering Art Show

With a tip of the brush and flick of the wrist, 37 cowgirl artists create magic on canvas that will be showcased at the APHA International Headquarters in the Fort Worth Stockyards as part of the 2022 Cowgirl Gathering Art Show, presented by Cowgirl Artists of America.

The event features artwork for sale from 37 juried artists, depicting the Western lifestyle. Proceeds benefit the American Paint Horse Foundation and Cowgirl Artists of America.

Don’t miss this event November 10-13 in the Fort Worth Stockyards, part of the third-annual Cowgirl Gathering. Highlights include:

  • Art Show Opening Reception: Thursday, November 10, 5:30 – 8 p.m. at APHA Headquarters on Mule Alley
    • Artwork gallery
    • Live music by singer/songwriter Lauren Christner
    • Artist awards
  • Demos & Artist Talks, November 11-13 at the APHA Headquarters on Mule Alley

“The artists are very enthusiastic about the show and spreading the word, and we have artists flying in from across the country to attend the opening and participate in demos,” Cowgirl Artists of America Founder/CEO Megan Wimberley said.


Can’t wait?

Artist web gallery:  View/purchase art and vote for the People’s Choice award at cowgirlgathering2022.artcall.org/pages/web-gallery

More detailscowgirlgathering.com

The Cowgirl Gathering, November 10-13, Fort Worth, Texas

This celebration in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards is designed to showcase spectacular, inspirational women from all walks of life who embody the spirit of the American Cowgirl. Whether you are a competitor or just want to experience the spark of that cowgirl essence, the Cowgirl Gathering is your event. This weekend takeover of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards highlights cowgirls’ skills in breakaway roping, team roping and barrel racing, while also showcasing exhilarating and engaging female speakers, a Western fashion show, Cowgirl Art Show and much more.


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The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded in 1962. APHA promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.