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Please join us for Art of the Cowgirl at Rancho Rio, in Wickenburg, Arizona, February 25-March 1, as we celebrate, gather, and connect Western women around horses and Western art.
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Celebrating

The Cowgirl

Each year brings a fresh palette of presenters, Master Artists, competitors, and vendors. The 2025 event will include original elements of Art of the Cowgirl as well as the addition of several new highlights. Art of the Cowgirl will feature female makers, including master artists, silversmiths, braiders, saddle makers, and horsewomen. The event will not only provide entertainment and honor women of the West, but also facilitate fellowships to individuals to further their knowledge with master artists in the trade of choice. The contributions of these cowgirl makers are truly worth celebrating and we look forward to sharing them with you.
*Tickets will go on sale Monday, August 5

Trade Show

Art of the Cowgirl welcomes more than 6,000 attendees from across the U.S., Canada, and around the world. The Art of the Cowgirl trade show supports over 75 vendors, with the majority being small, female-owned businesses. If you’re looking for the most unique, one-of-a-kind western art, jewelry, tack, gear and more, than this is the place for you!

*Vendor Applications will open Monday, August 5

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