Cowboy Sculptor Tom Ford

Sculpting a bronze or welding a creation made from castoff metal scraps, this Wyoming artist takes his inspiration from ranching and cowboying, family and Mother Nature.

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Tony Stromberg

Renowned equine photographer Tony Stromberg searches out and shares the beauty of the horse in all of its unencumbered incarnations.

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Edward S. Curtis and the Really Big Dream

On the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great 20th-century photographer and ethnologist, and the landmark republication of his masterwork, we talk about the life and legacy of Edward S. Curtis with noted expert Christopher Cardozo.

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E. Dan Klepper and the Middle of Nowhere

Eighteen years ago, fine art photographer E. Dan Klepper committed to something he’d long dreamed about: He moved to remote Marathon, Texas, 50 miles north of Big Bend National Park. There, he built a gallery and a studio — and a life.

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Book Shelf: Frederick Weygold

American painter, photographer, and ethnographer Frederick Weygold studied the life and culture of North American Indians, presenting his findings artistically and scientifically.

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Jody Miller

Photographer Jody Miller calls the West home, but she has chased light across the globe.

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Wendy Red Star and the Indigenous Voice

This award-winning Crow artist uses striking color, audacious humor, and bold imagery to present themes of race and cultural identity — and to show that being authentically Native American is a thriving, evolving thing.

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On View: Ken Burns’ American Quilts

Who knew Ken Burns was so into quilts? The International Quilt Study Center & Museum did, and it’s exhibited a lot of fine examples of Americana from the famed filmmaker’s never-before-displayed private collection.

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