Whether you are an art dealer, a first-time buyer or a new or seasoned collector, what my sculpture will say about you is that quality, design and authenticity are what you value in a work of art. If art of the West, wildlife and true Native American representation are your subjects of choice, Barajas Studio also known as the Grey Wolf Gallery will offer you an exceptional selection of bronze sculptures.
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'Cowboy Nightmare' Wins Purchase Award at
Greeley Stampede Art Show
The bronze of a bull titled 'Cowboy Nightmare' won the Purchase Award at the 2014 Greeley Stampede Art Show. The bronze depicts a cowboy's nightmare, namely a rodeo bull with a cowboy hat under his front hoof and the harness and bell on the ground (with the cowboy nowhere to be seen).The bronze was inspired by the bulls, cowboys and rodeos of Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Barajas among recipients of 2013 Governor's Art Awards
Gov. Matt Mead has announced the recipients of the 2013 Wyoming Governor's Arts Awards.
Guadalupe Barajas of Cheyenne, Babs Case of Jackson, Bruce Richardson and Norma Sturges of Casper, and the Bar J Wranglers of Wilson will be honored at the annual Governor's Arts Awards Gala on Feb. 28 at Little America in Cheyenne.
Barajas is best known for his monumental works of Wyoming wildlife. His sculptures of a herd of mule deer and a group of galloping antelope are just two of his 12 pieces located in Cheyenne. The work of this Wyoming native and retired are instructor has been exhibited all over the state.
Wyoming Tribune Eagle Tuesday, December 24, 2013
“Unless one has seriously sculpted, it would seem difficult understanding the feeling of literally taking a lump of clay, and breathing life into it. This is my reality as a bronze sculptor. Unlike painting, where I’ve created illusions of space, sculpture consumes its space, as it takes on a life of its own. Every angle of its composition presents a new perspective, and an added challenge to my creative energy. Sculpting, for me, is truly an intimate experience. Capturing that inner spirit and energy of one’s subject involves an intimate connection. This is what separates mediocrity from the real deal.”
~ Guadalupe Barajas