Cowgirl Magazine Partners In Support of Art of the Cowgirl  

Arizona-based publication a perfect fit

Cowgirl magazine, a publication that has become a “go to” for followers of trending fashion and style, as well as features about major players of the western lifestyle, has partnered with Art of the Cowgirl.

“It’s a thrill to have Cowgirl magazine join us as a media partner in spreading the word about Art of the Cowgirl,” said founder and artist Tammy Pate. “I believe Cowgirl magazine is an industry leader in showcasing the gifts and talents of women in the western lifestyle and having them on board is a true stamp of approval for our event.”

Based in Cave Creek, Arizona, Cowgirl magazine is the only western lifestyle publication exclusively for women, focusing on fashion, home décor, western lifestyle trends, horses and events. In addition to the information fund inside its beautifully-designed pages, its social media platforms are far-reaching with more than a million followers.

“Art of the Cowgirl’s mission clearly speaks to the focus of Cowgirl magazine,” said editor and publisher Ken Amorosano. “Having the event launch in our backyard is providential to our relationship and we’re excited to be a part of its future success.”

Slated to take place February 8-10 at Corona Ranch in Phoenix, Arizona, Art of the Cowgirl will feature seven master artists discussing photography, saddle making, rawhide braiding and horse hitching, horsemanship, fine art, boot making and silver engraving. It will also include nine clinicians who will cover topics ranging from horsemanship to cattle management to competition, as well as an all-women ranch rodeo, a fashion show, gift show and an elite horse sale.

In addition to Cowgirl magazine, Art of the Cowgirl is supported by Western Horseman magazine, J5 Horse Ranch, the Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch, Wrangler Jeans and Shirts, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Priefert Farm and Ranch Equipment, Montana Silversmiths, National Roper Supply, The Home Ranch, Excel Supplements, Purina Horse Feed, The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Rodan and Fields, Mincer Silversmiths, Patti Colbert Enterprises, Cowboy Lifestyle Network and Greeley Hat Works.

Tickets are available in single day or full weekend passes and can be purchased online at ArtOfTheCowgirl.com or at the gate for a slightly higher fee during the event. Early bird registration for the event which offers a savings of $20 is available through December 1.

To learn more, go to ArtOfTheCowgirl.com or call 406.780.0566.

Art of the Cowgirl is a gathering to celebrate cowgirls and their contributions to the Western lifestyle and culture through workshops, horsemanship clinics, an all-women ranch rodeo and horse sale. It will be the avenue through which funds will be generated to support emerging artists and expand their knowledge and skills through fellowships and mentoring by Master Artists in their respective fields.

For more information:
Julie Bryant
Julie.bryant@golatigo.com
817.223.2324

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