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Exploring the backgrounds, aesthetic qualities, and perceptions of saddlemaking through those that build them.Hosted by Ian Hallagan.

Exploring the backgrounds, aesthetic qualities, and perceptions of saddlemaking through those that build them.Hosted by Ian Hallagan.
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United States

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Exploring the backgrounds, aesthetic qualities, and perceptions of saddlemaking through those that build them.Hosted by Ian Hallagan.

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English


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Hide & Horn Sampler: Dusty Smith & The Art of Saddle Tree Production

9/29/2019
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Though building saddles for over ten years, since 2015 Dusty Smith has been building custom saddle trees from his home shop in Buffalo, W. As one of the few individual tree makers in the world building for the public in large numbers, Dusty’s keen attention to detail in every tree built is an art form all in itself. In this episode of the Hide and Horn Sampler, Dusty Smith describes his early work in building saddle trees, and balancing artistry with production.

Duration:00:03:23

Ep.2: Andy Stevens

8/29/2019
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For over 25 years, Andy Stevens has continued a family history of functional artistry through saddlemaking, leatherworking, and silversmithing. In this episode, Andy discusses his development in these art forms, the relationship between spaghetti and artistic design, and more on this episode of Hide & Horn.

Duration:00:27:44

Hide & Horn Sampler: Andy Stevens & The Western Folklife Center

7/24/2019
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In a career spanning 25 years, Andy Stevens’ work in leather and saddlemaking has also included workshops and exhibit curation. In this episode, Andy reflects on his experiences at the Western Folklife Center during his time working and living in Nevada.

Duration:00:04:35

Ep.1: Intro & Overview

6/26/2019
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Hide and Horn is live! Our first episode provides a short overview of ranching history in the state of Wyoming, as well as the development of the Sheridan Style by legendary saddlemaker Don King. We end with a short setup for future works of contemporary saddlemakers. Follow us online: Instagram: @hideandhornpodcast Facebook: @hideandhornpodcast Stayed tuned for the Hide & Horn website, coming soon!

Duration:00:23:37