Collection: Wayne Baize

Wayne Baize grew up just a few miles from the famous Swenson SMS Ranch in Stamford, Texas. On the family stock farm, Wayne learned the value of a good horse and helped break colts in his youth. As he developed his artistic abilities, his dreams began to materialize when he realized that he could make a living depicting his favorite subject matter - the life of the contemporary cowboy and his animals.

In 1995, Wayne was invited to become a member of the Cowboy Artists of America. Being a member of the CAA is the fulfillment of a dream, but challenges him to become a better artist. Wayne has served as a director in the organization and as vice-president and is currently serving as president.  He has won a silver medal in drawing, a gold medal in mixed media and the TCA Award, Best Portrayal of a Cowboy Subject, at the CA Annual Show. He has won numerous other awards and his art has been featured in major magazines such as Western Horseman, The Cattleman, Quarter Horse Journal, The Hereford Journal and Texas Monthly.

Wayne and his wife, Ellen, live in far West Texas on a small ranch out of Fort Davis, Texas where they raised four children and run a small herd of registered Hereford cattle. There, Wayne continues in his focus and passion to carry out the mission of the Cowboy Artists of America to “authentically preserve and perpetuate the culture of western life in fine art.”

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