Western & Southwest by Sharon Brening

The Pearce Western Art Museum in Corsicana, Texas purchased Sharon’s painting ‘Wrestling With Innocence’ to hang in their permanent collection. She was also invited to share her work with a solo exhibition at the museum. This past year her painting ‘Mae’triarch’s Hozho’ was purchased to hang in Scottsdale, Arizona’s Museum of the West.

  • What Was That?

    This blue-eyed cowboy is a fellow artist and friend. Craig is a fabulous bronze sculptor. His chaps and tack were crafted by another friend, Carson, a 4th generation saddle maker who resides in Wyoming. The western cowboy still lives on. His gear can be a rich tapestry of his or her own making. The style of his boots and chaps to his hat. Even the way he wears and knots his wild rag or kerchief. Big spurs, small spurs, lots of silver Conchos, its endless. Much of the style dress and many of the terms used in reference to cowboys, horses, their tack, and the things they do are regional. Many of the words are derived from the Spanish Conquistadors who brought the first horses to America. The gun and holster are still important objects to have while riding in our Arizona territory.
    • Original Painting SOLD
    • Limited Edition Giclée Prints - 24 x 24 | 18 x 18
    • Original Painting SOLD
    • Limited Edition Giclée Prints - 30 x 20
  • Days Done

    John is one of our local Cave Creek cowboys. With a good horse and saddle he rides through brush and thicket gathering his cattle. I was fortunate one day while out riding to run across John and his wife Andy gathering cattle for an old-time branding.
    • Original Painting Available - Oil, on linen canvas 16 x 20
    • Limited Edition Giclée Prints - 16 x 20


Go to Top