Newsflash: Cowgirl Candace cares about staying country cute, whether I’m simply traveling up the road or down the interstate. Hey! I never know who I might run into (fingers crossed it’s Oprah soon). I care so much that I often engage in cuteness overload by carrying my Care Bears wallet and these other required road […]
French visual artist Jean Droit (1884-1961) built an unforgettable career as a water colorist and illustrator. And his vibrant “Martini” jockey vintage ad poster from 1948 is one of my most colorful wall art pieces to accessorize my country kitchen. Filled with movement and arching lines, the poster implies that distillery Martini and Rossi is […]
Not too familiar with Durango’s legacy in the country Western world? Well, thank goodness Cowgirl Candace likes hayfield-related history. The authentic Western footwear inspired by the Old West actually celebrated its 50-year anniversary last year. And exciting for me, I’m able to contribute to a brand I actually grew up wearing hardcore on the family […]
True Southern story: My siblings and I were diehard Sega Genesis players on the family farm throughout the ’90s. My brother was so genius with it he could literally figure out and beat combat games in a few hours. Now, Cowgirl Candace wasn’t that good, but I had a thang for “Mickey Mania: The Timeless […]
Self-taught rural painter Lisa Cain seizes the South using mixed media and earnest childhood memories. Born and raised in Canton, Mississppi, the now League City, Texas-based folk artist introduces art lovers to her community, church life and generational connections with each paint stroke and textured detail. Her relatable work — Bible Belt baptismal and church […]
Howdy. I'm Cowgirl Candace, an award-winning journalist, internationally published brand blogger and fourth-generation farm girl.