Oliver Saddlery cuts split reins using a machine that’s been in the business for decades.
Craftsman Warren Wright creates saddletrees for makers across the American West from his workshop in New Zealand.
Ann Hanson’s realistic brush strokes and beautiful artwork landed her a cover on Western Horseman’s April 2020 issue.
The Emerging Artists Competition, hosted by the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association, showcases up-and-coming artisans such as spurmakers, bitmakers, saddlemakers and engravers.
Follow equine artist Jim Rey through his process of painting a horse study. Artist Jim Rey of Durango, Colorado,…
Members of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association display their work at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum at the TCAA Exhibition & Sale.
Palo Pinto Rocking Horses makes beautiful, custom rocking horses horseman and children will both appreciate. The quality and attention to detail makes them a toy and a family heirloom.
Bitmakers transformed blank Santa Barbara-style cheekpieces into functional works of art for a special bit-making contest. The Great Basin…