Brenda Murphy biography:
Brenda Murphy has a love for the West it is evident in her sensitively rendered drawings of horses, cowboys and ranch life. She’s a multi-award winning artist who achieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington then worked for years in graphic design and illustration. From this foundation she moved on to establish a career in fine art, exhibiting in top galleries throughout the west.
Brenda has received numerous accolades for her artwork including the 2003 Patron’s Purchase Award at the Bosque Classic in Clifton, Texas; the 2005 Patron’s Choice Award at the Western Visions Show at the National Museum of Wildlife in Jackson, Wyoming; the 2006 Museum Purchase Award at the Desert Caballeros Museum’s Cowgirl Up! Show in Wickenburg, Arizona; and the 2008 Patron’s Choice Award at the National Cowgirl Museum’s Heart of the West Show and Sale in Fort Worth, Texas. She has been featured in major publications such as Art of the West, Southwest Art and Western Horseman Magazines.
Born and raised in Texas, Brenda fosters a close relationship with area ranchers who provide inspiration, resources and a valued critical eye to insure authenticity in her work. She and her husband, Tom, reside in Arlington, Texas where she maintains a studio in her home.
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“Kim And Company”
Pencil 13″ x 11″
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