Fred Fellows
Dancing Back the Past

19 x 13 x 19 in
(48.3h x 33w x 48.3d cm)

Down from the High Country

bronze edition of 50
11 x 20 x 5 in
(27.94h x 50.8w x 12.7d cm)

Winning Is Everything

oil on board
20 x 37 in
(50.8h x 93.98w cm)

Dealing With The Burden of Wealth

bronze edition of 100
12 x 10 x 5 in
(30.48h x 25.4w x 12.7d cm)

Life in the Fast Lane

bronze edition of 80
9 x 30 x 11 in
(22.86h x 76.2w x 27.94d cm)


Fred Fellows, b. Ponca City, Oklahoma, (United States)

Fred Fellows had early exposure to ranching and Otoe and Osage Indian reservations. As an artist, he is self-taught, but his skillful execution of western sculpture earned him membership and in 1997 presidency of the Cowboy Artists of America.  Fred Fellows grew up in California where he worked as a cowboy and apprenticed for four years to a saddle maker. He also roped calves and steers on the rodeo circuit. Encouraged by his step father to apply his artistic talent for commercial illustration, he honed his art skills at Art Center School in Los Angeles and began a successful career in the aircraft industry, first working as a commercial artist and eventually becoming art director for Northrop Aircraft.

In 1964, he moved his family to Big Fork, Montana to devote himself to painting. His studio contains a serious collection of early Western guns, Plains Indian artifacts, cowboy gear, and a research library as a part of his study of Western history. Fred also has a firsthand knowledge of modern ranch life, spending his spare time roping on the big Montana cow outfits.

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