Come inside and take a peek at our award winning and varied art pieces, all we create here at our ranch and homes.
Cowboy Bob is an award winning furniture maker who specializes in creating beautiful pieces, using highly figured hardwoods of unique diversity.
Bob has been a high-end artist for over 40 years. Bob was in the top quality woodworking school, Wendall Castle School of Fine Woodworking, and also learning there from the famous Steven Proctor. (Many people feel Steven Proctor is the leading instructor in the U.S., possibly the World.) Bob is known for his wonderful eye for beautiful designs,
and is also known for functional sculptural pieces of furniture which touches one's heart with it's beauty, His pieces have no sharp edges anywhere.
When you decide you want a piece, contact Bob in order to talk about your wishes for your piece.
These top quality pieces are created to be passed on to your grandchildren and beyond.
Kori is an internationally selling Native American artist, a potter & Painter (Watercolors and Oils) specializing in the beauty of details which tells the stories of each piece, linking the viewer to the Earth and her peoples. Each artwork has a story that you will receive with the piece.
Kori has been a professional artist for over 40 years, as well as an educator for 35 years, and calls her art work Story-paintings, and Story-pots.
Kori trained for pottery under the world famous Melvin Kauila Clark, who was from Hawaii, at Graceland University, and for painting under Dr. Robert Turner of UNC, where she received her doctorate of fine arts.
Her desire for the Earth's people to understand and love one another and our Mother Earth, while still remaining uniquely diverse is what drives her artwork.
Heather is a custom hat maker, fiber and bead artist of great talent. She has been making custom cowboy hats and other types of felt hats for over 3 years. Heather's custom hats are 100% 1st quality beaver felt, made in the U.S. She has been doing her fiber arts and top-line beadwork for 20 some years. Heather learned her beadwork from her mother (Kori) on a bead loom to start with at the age of 5, and she learned the peyote stitch from her cousin Ladelle Roanhorse, and picked up other techniques along the way, whenever Native Elderlies were with her. Her weaving 'genes' are from her great grandma, and other elders around her that were willing to share their secrets with an enthusiastic young woman. She has done many custom pieces, including for Denver March Powwow dancers.
Heather has a particular gift of making a hat that will fit you the best of any hat you have ever had.
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