Bill Nebeker

Bill Nebeker

Bill was honored to serve his fourth term as President of the Cowboy Artists of America in 2015, throughout their 50th anniversary celebrations and exhibitions around the country.   Last year Nebeker unveiled his 7 ft. bronze statue of “The Eyes of Texas” in the Jack Guenther Pavilion at the Briscoe Museum.  Last April he was honored to unveil a larger-than-life sized bronze bust of his long-time friend, Captain William Gary at the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, TX,

Recognizes as one of the premier sculptors of the horse and cowboy, Bill has participated in the Masters of the American West, Night of Artists, Prix de West, Quest for the West, and Cowboy Artists of America shows.  He was featured in the 2015 Sept/Oct issue of Art of the West and Oct, Western Horseman.  Bill was also interviewed in the Robb Report, Western Art Collector and Fine Art Connoisseur Magazines, for his perspectives on the past and future of the CAA.

He is represented by: Broadmoor Gallery, Colorado Springs; Goodnight Trails Gallery, Mancos, CO; Great American West Gallery, Grapevine, TX; Mountain Spirit Gallery, Prescott, AZ; Pitzer Fine Arts Gallery, Wimberley, TX; and Trailside Galleries, Jackson Hole and Scottsdale. 

The Booth Western Art Museum; Cheyenne Old West Museum; Desert Caballeros Museum; Eiteljorge Museum; Museum of Western Art; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Palm Springs Art Museum; Pearce Museum; Phippen Western Art Museum; Phoenix Art Museum; and Rockwell Museum, all have his sculptures in their collections.