Terri Kelly Moyers

Terri Kelly Moyers grew up with the innate desire to be an artist. As a child in Calgary, Alberta, she was always drawing and experimenting with art subjects, specifically depictions of horses.  Her work has been displayed at the Forbes Building in New York and at the Gene Autry Museum in Los Angeles, and is the first exhibition in the new Anne W. Marion Gallery at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. Moyers has received several accolades, including two Frederic Remington Awards and the Nona Jean Hulsey Rumsey Buyer’s Choice Award. In 2012, Moyers was the second woman to receive the Prix de West Purchase Award for her piece La Luz de Fe; it had been 34 years since Bettina Steinke won it in 1978.

2015 Cowgirl Honoree – New Mexico