Being inducted into the Cowboy Artists of America in 1978 was and still is the highpoint in Bill Nebeker’s art career. His newest CAA exhibition was their hugely successful 54th Annual Show, held in Ft. Worth, TX at the Amon Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall in November of 2019. Bill continues to be dedicated to portraying the American working cowboy and Native peoples with the honor, respect and accuracy. He is considered one of the masters in sculpting the horse and cowboy. Bill also enjoys portraying humorous action between horses and the cowboy.
It is an honor for Nebeker to participate for the 16th time in the 2020 Night of Artists at the Briscoe Museum. His most recent sculpture career achievement is completing his 1½ life-sized public bronze monument, “IF HORSES COULD TALK”, for the Prescott Area Art Trust. It will be unveiled in January 2021. This will be the seventh public monumental bronze statue Bill has completed in three western states. Bill was featured in both the June 2019 issue of Western Art Collector and the October 2019 issue of Western Horseman magazines with articles about this latest monumental bronze sculpture.
The Broadmoor Gallery, Colorado Springs, CO; Mountain Spirit Gallery, Prescott, AZ; Texas Treasures Fine Art Gallery, Boerne, TX; and Trailside Galleries, Jackson Hole, WY are proud to represent Bill’s bronze sculptures.