Cowboy UP!

Celebrating the culture and evolution of the
Working Cowboy of the American West!

This Open Call Exhibition, curated by David Gochenour,
welcomes artists from across the United States.

Marina Bichinsky, Young Generation; Portrait of Dave, Hornbrook, CA

Joanne Berghold, Three Hats, Silver Gelatin Print, Livingston, Montana

Mike Chapman, Snowman; Here Comes the Boss, Reno Nevada

Alyn Robert Brereton, Saddle Bronc Prep, Modesto, CA

Gloria Olson, Cleaning up the Ranch Dog, Junkyard Photography,
Print on metal, Mt. Shasta, CA

Jan Wurm, Cowboy (triptych), Berkeley, CA

Maureen Williams, Turn and Burn, Chicago, IL

Shery Larson, YeeHaw, Whoa Nellie!, Dunsmuir, CA

Shery Zand-Weaver, Love and Life, Hornbrook, CA

Carl Adams, Northern Lights, Eastern Nevada, Calahan, CA

Chris Schneider, Kachina 3; Kachina 4, Mt. Shasta, Ca

Kathy Birdsong, Time to Saddle Up, Healdsburg, CA

John Rogers, Cowboy Dreams, Yreka, CA

Gloria Olson, Bouquet, Junkyard Photography, Print on metal, Mt. Shasta, CA;
Maureen Williams, Let It All Hang Out, Chicago, IL

Bob McCrillis, Casey and His Rope Horse, Weed, CA

The Temple Sisters, Ashlee &B Hollee Temple, Rough Stock I & II, Stockton, CA

Gloria Olson, Watering Hole, Junkyard Photography, Metal Print, Mt. Shasta, CA

Pamela Tarbell, Chaps #3, Chaps #4, Concord, New Hampshire

Bob Hodges, Bison, Colored Pencil, Weed, CA

Alyn Robert Berereton, Overboard; Bull Rider’s Grip, Modesto, CA

Suzanne Birch, The Horses, Etna, CA

Joanne Berghold, Four Chaps, Silver Geletin Print, Livingston, Montana

Chris Stanton, Diego Green Eyes, Los Angeles, CA; Linda Vivas, Loving, Mt. Shasta, CA

Chris Schneider, Ghost Herd, Mixed Media, Mt. Shasta, CA

Kalon Baughan, One Arm Bandit, Charcoal on paper, Montana;
H.G. Lopez, Rough Ride, Linoleum block print

Jim Gingerich, 1873 Colt .45, Oil on canvas, Sag Harbor, NY

Caitlan Dunbrack, Humbled, Dunsmuir CA; Roxanne Coonard, Open Range, Montague CA

David Gochenour, 14 Hands, Mahogany Saddle Rack, Lake Shastina, CA

Banner image: Jim Gingerich, Riding Past Zion

Funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency.

Liberty Arts Hours of Operation
Liberty Arts, 108 W. Miner Street in Historic Downtown Yreka, CA 96097
OPEN ~ Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 – 5:00
Sunday, Monday & Tuesday ~ CLOSED
530 842-0222


Photos by Sharon LoMonaco

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