Martin Grelle

For this Cowboy Artist of America, the history and the beauty of the American West are hard to beat.

Cowboys of the NFL

For these gridiron greats past and present, there’s more to life than pigskin — like cowhide and saddle leather.

Pinto Ranch

The Pinto Ranch story begins with inspiration. A vision of the West and how it inspires to represent an American...

Warrior-Artists in a Tourist Town

Ledger art helped Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Comanche, and Caddo warriors imprisoned at Fort Marion survive — and even thrive.

Franklin D. Speyers’ West of the Imagination

C&I talks with the Michigan-based painter about his artistic journey, which began in the Netherlands and eventually landed him...

New Accounts on Old Paper

Modern ledger artists explore tribal life by resurrecting a 19th-century art form.

Play! at the Autry Museum of the American West

A new exhibition explores generations of toys and games in the American West and invites visitors to Play!

Drawing History

The Plains Indian ledger drawings of Oliver Good Shield and Henry Standing Soldier tell the story of Native American...