Ed Harris

As the respected actor gets ready for another season of Westworld, he looks back to Appaloosa, Pollock, and other career highlights.

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Jason Rich

For all the honors his painting has brought him and has much as he loves the Western art world, it’s the family-focused Western lifestyle that Jason Rich considers the most important.

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Top Seat

After 40 years, former bronc rider Dave Dahl still excels in the rodeo world as one of the best saddlemakers anywhere.

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Russell Chatham’s Window to the West

Associated with his Montana and California home landscapes, and friends like writer Jim Harrison, This artist and avid outdoorsman wants you to look at his paintings and know he was having a helluva good time.

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Thunderbird Wine

North America’s original Aboriginal-owned and -operated winery produces dynamic vintages in a charming setting.

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Jerome Tiger

Although his art career was tragically brief, Jerome Tiger’s work has left a masterful impression.

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Clever Warriors, Horrible Violence

From the 1539 Hernando de Soto expedition to the Battle of Bear Valley in 1918, the visually impressive and densely informative “The Indian Wars” takes the reader through the stories of resistance, the stories of conflicts between empires and within tribes, and the stories of conquest and survival.

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Modern Native Voices

Writing on and off the reservation, in genres ranging from poetry to memoir to apocalyptic science fiction, these writers are reshaping the meaning of “Native American literature.”

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