Jason Scull

Jason Scull

Bronze Sculptor – Traditional Western

Bronze

15.5″H x 13″W x 5.5″D

Edition of 24

Price: $0.00

Bronze

12.5″H x 14″W x 6″D

Edition of 24

Price: $0.00

Bronze

10.5″H x 4.5″W x 5.5″D

Edition of 32

Price: $0.00

Bronze

19.5″H x 28″W x 16″D

Edition of 24

Price: $0.00

Bronze

23.5″H x 11″W x 9″D

Edition of 24

Price: $0.00

Bronze

10.5″H x 7.75″W x 5.25″D

Edition of 50

Price: $0.00

Dust_DevilD1Pre-cast Masterwork

27″H x 22″W x 11″D

Work in Progress
Edition of 32

Price: $0.00

Bronze

17″H x 10″W x 10″D

Edition of 24

Price: $0.00

Bronze

12.5″H x 18″W x 9″D

Edition of 36

Price: $0.00

Bronze

6.75″H x 8″W x 4″D

Edition of 50

Price: $0.00

Bronze

21″H x 16″W x 12″D

Edition of 18

Price: $0.00

Pre-cast Maquette
10.5″H x 4.5″W x 5″D

Work in Progress
Edition of 100

Price: $0.00

Bronze Sculptor Traditional Western

Sculptor Jason Scull Accepted into the Cowboy Artists of America

(Sedona, AZ Oct. 28, 2011) Cowboy sculptor Jason Scull, who is exclusively represented in Sedona by Rowe Fine Art Gallery, was recently accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America organization. The CAA, which was founded in Sedona in 1965, accepted only three artists for membership this year, bringing its total number of members to a mere 22. Jason was chosen after an extensive process that culminated in a presentation of five of his bronze sculptures at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City in October.

“I am stunned and amazed,” says Jason. “It’s long been a dream of mine to belong to this group. I first became interested in sculpture after taking a Cowboy Artists of America workshop in the 1980s, so it feels like my career has come full circle. Now I have the huge responsibility of living up to the highest standard in cowboy art.”

Jason will participate in the CAA’s annual show and sale, held every October at the Oklahoma museum. He will also take part in the organization’s annual spring trail ride. Jason is no stranger to cowboy culture. His family has been farming and ranching in Texas for 180 years. Jason’s experience working with horses, cattle and cowboys have inspired his bronze sculptures since he began seriously pursuing art in 1987.

Artists Joe Beeler, Charlie Dye, John Hampton and George Phippen created the CAA in 1965 in the building that now houses the Cowboy Club Grille & Spirits in Uptown Sedona. The goal of the four men was to perpetuate the culture of the Old West and maintain standards of quality in contemporary Western art.

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