Bill Nebeker

Bill Nebeker

Living on the family ranch near Prescott, Arizona, Bill watched his working cowboy father, and Bill’s imagination was filled with visions of horses, cattle, roundups and brandings.  He has spent almost 50 years bringing this back to life in his sculptures. Whether portraying cowboys working cattle, cutting or roping horses, wildlife or many Native American tribal cultures, Nebeker evokes the experiences in these historic stories. 

Bill became a member of the Cowboy Artists of America in 1978 and has won Gold and Silver in sculpture, Best of Show and the Phoenix Art Museum Purchase Award, as well as being twice elected President by his fellow artists. Several cities in Arizona have awarded him important, larger than life-sized statue commissions, to depict their historic or current honorable citizens. Prescott has his four-figure monument “Early Prescott Settlers”.   In June of 2006 the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo in Colorado Spring, Colorado unveiled a portrait statue of Robert C. Norris.    In 2009 Nebeker was honored by the Arizona Historical Society with the Arizona Culture Keeper Award for his outstanding contributions to the history, art, civic leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit, because of his bronze sculptures.

One of Bill’s latest honors was being named the 2014 Grand Marshal for Prescott’s World’s Oldest Rodeo & Frontier Days Parade on July 4 during his hometown’s Sesquicentennial birthday year.

Galleries Include:  Trailside, Broadmoor, Mountain Spirit, Texas Treasures Fine Art

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