National award-winning artist Chris Navarro, who hails from Casper, Wyoming, is the owner of Navarro Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Sedona, AZ. Navarro has been sculpting professionally since 1986 and is known for his public sculptures, with over thirty-four monumental bronzes throughout the country. These works include a sixteen-foot-tall bronze of the famous bucking horse, Steamboat, for the University of Wyoming and The Messenger for the historical Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas.
His work is included in twelve museum collections. He is the author of four books Chasing the Wind, Embrace the Struggle, Dare to Dream Big, and The Art of the Rodeo. Navarro was selected as the honorary artist for the 2015 Buffalo Bill Art Show in Cody, Wyoming, and received the 2015 Wyoming Governor’s Art Award and the Distinguished Alumni Award from Casper College in 2018.
Navarro is presently working on a large project to keep old wind turbine blades out of landfills and turn them into monumental sculptures.
A former bull and bronc rider, he still competes in team roping. Chris says, “Family, horses, rodeo, and art have been the driving passions of my life. I love what I do for a living and hope others can see that through the work I have created.”
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