Western Art Oasis


At the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth


What was once called “Hall D” in the Roundup Centre has now been rechristened the Western Oasis
— a fitting name for the Western Art Show at the Calgary Stampede.

Doubled in size, the committee has chosen to combine art and tranquility to inspire the many collectors who stampede to this, the largest western art show in Canada. Restful, replete with plants and picture-perfect lighting for artwork and bronzes, the Western Oasis just might prove to be the most popular place at the ol’ Stampede!

For our fifth year and counting, Canadian Cowboy Country magazine is proud to continue our support and presentation of our custom buckle to the winners in the Artists Studios: Best of Show – Artists’ Choice, Best New Artist, Best 3D Artist, Best Flat Artist and Best Artisan.

Come on in and set a spell…

Be sure to stop in and visit these great western artists – who are also proud supporters of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine:


Flat Artists:

Gena LaCoste
Kim Penner
Michele Zarb



Craig Bergsgaard
Joan Herbert
Gina McDougall-Cohoe
Kenny McLean Bronze

The Western Oasis welcomes these new artists
Gerardo Carsolio
Sandi Forzani
Loretta Kyle
Julia Luchich
Denise Myers
Michael Witt
Karen Richter


Vilem Zach
The Branding Wagon (Wayne Schlosser and his team)
Oil, 39” x 30”


Jim Dodson Jr.
Metal sculpture


Artisan Denise Meyers
Horse Head Bag


Henri de Groot
Graphite, 26” x 31”


Judie Popplewell
When the River Turned Red
Oil, 12” x 24”


Douglas Levitt
Looking for Trouble
Oil, 30” x 40”


Lorraine Oberg
Coming Home
Oil, 22” x 28”


Adeline Halvorson
Backyard Buddy
Acrylic, 10” x 8”


Rick Berg
God’s Country
Oil, 36” x 48”