Western Photographers

 

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Jim Moon (December 2011) 

Photo by Jim Moon

Lost Hat Great Ride

Jim Moon is an Arizona photographer, well known for his spectacular images of Monument Valley, Arizona, as well as his action-filled rodeo and cowboy shots. Jim and his family really need your help at this moment because he has had 3 heart surgeries in 2011. If you would, please take a moment to go to his photo site and see if there isn’t an image there you might want to own or purchase as a gift for someone.

Jim had volunteered his time to photograph our Oct 22, 2011 fundraiser but ended up in the hospital again, the night before our event. I was looking forward to having him there, especially after seeing his rodeo photography. Wow, I love his image of the upside down cowboy and also this one above, “Lost Hat.”

 

 

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Photo by Bev Pettit

Moonlight Bronc

Fine art photographer, Bev Pettit from Skull Valley, lives on a small ranch in northern Arizona. Bev is an artist specializing in photographing horses and cowboy life. Her work has won numerous awards and is currently being shown in galleries throughout the Southwest U.S. and at the American Royal Art Show in Kansas City.

Bev Pettit Photography
PO Box 199
Skull Valley, AZ 86338
bev@bevpettit.com
www.bevpettit.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Charles Phillips

Charles Phillips is a nature and western art photographer who chronicles the beauty and history of the Sierra Nevada area. He was born and raised on a ranch, instilling in him a love of the outdoors and the history of the western life, which he depicts in his photographs. He works to record beautiful natural landscapes and western life for future generations. Charles is active in many community organizations, supporting them in fundraising. His work is exhibited at the The Sierra Artist Gallery in Mariposa, California, and has been published in a number of magazines, both in the USA and Europe. Charles conducts photography workshops and classes throughout the Sierras and has won numerous awards for his work.

Charles Phillips has long supported the National Day of the Cowboy through donations of his work. His sweet image of butterflies, boots, and roses was used as the print for our 2008 Valentine’s Day fundraisng event, Cowboys at Heart. Copies may be purchased for $10.

Charles Phillips website is http://www.stonecreekgallery.com
Charles may be reached at Stonecreekgallery@yahoo.com
Email orders@nationaldayofthecowboy.com
if you’d like to purchase this limited edition print.