Arizona Rancher & Cowboy Hall of Fame

Arizona Rancher & Cowboy Hall of Fame

The Phippen Museum trademarked the Arizona Rancher & Cowboy Hall of Fame to bring attention to the inspirational ranchers and cowboys who made a significant impact on the development of Arizona. Working cowboys, ranch hands, and rodeo cowboys all contributed to...
Bill & Marion Gary Western Heritage Gallery

Bill & Marion Gary Western Heritage Gallery

Long-time Prescott resident, rancher, developer and western art advocate, Bill Gary, died Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. He was born William Arthur Gary on Nov. 21,1924, in Dallas, Texas, and grew up there, even though he spent much of his time on the stock farms his family...
Ray Swanson

Ray Swanson

A member of the Cowboy Artists of America and the American Watercolor Society, Ray Swanson was known for his Southwest Native American subject–the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Apache Indians.  He was especially known for depicting children and smaller animals...
Solon Borglum

Solon Borglum

If you don’t recognize the name, Solon Borglum, consider this scene: It’s July 3, 1907. A parade with cavalry, a marching band, a troop of Rough Rider Veterans, Civil War Veterans, troops from Fort Whipple, the Territorial Governor, various prominent citizens and...