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The 50th Prix de West Invitational Exhibition and Sale is proud to present Bill Nebeker’s bronze sculptures in his 19th year as a participating artist.
June 2, 2022 @ 8:00 am - August 7, 2022 @ 5:00 pm
May 1, 2021 Bill Nebeker unveiled his larger-than-life bronze sculpture, “LEST WE FORGET” on Prescott, AZ’s beautiful Courthouse Plaza, as the “Yavapai County Fallen Officers Memorial”. It honors those law enforcement officers who from the historic days of the Arizona Territory to those serving today and who in the future will serve and sacrifice their lives in the line of duty.
Western Art Collector’s December 2021 issue featured Nebeker’s two larger-than life sized bronze statue unveiled in Prescott; “If Horses Could Talk” and “Lest We Forget”. Bill has been commissioned to create another larger-than life bronze sculpture for Prescott Regional Airport. It will portray Prescott own hero, Ernest A Love, a WWI fighter pilot who was tragically shot down and died in 1919. The monumental bronze will be unveiled in late 2022.
On March 19, 2022 the Phippen Museum of Western Art in Prescott, Arizona opened a 50 year retrospective exhibition, “If Horses Could Talk – The Art of Bill Nebeker CA. It displays over 100 bronze sculptures created from 1967-2021 as well as, historic documents, photos, memorabilia, videos and collectables and run through July 24, 2022.
Bill Nebeker Bronzes on display at the Prix de West include “Made Mama Mad”, “Rim Rider” and “The Measure of a Man”