California artist Valerie Coe reflects on how horses and ranching have influenced her life and perspectives as a fine artist.
A victim of “bench fatigue,” saddle maker Al Gould once quit his leatherworking business to pursue a corporate career. But after years of big city life, he returned to his hometown, picked up a swivel knife, and never looked back.
Young Arizona artist Leann Ashurst paints watercolors and leather accessories reflective of life on Babbitt Ranches. During Babbitt Ranches’…
Two makers combined their talents on an artistic saddle that features elements of the West. Attendees to the National…
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.