May 19—July 23

This special exhibit features exquisite, intricately carved saddles, beautiful ornate spurs, bits with decorative silver and gold inlay, rawhide braid quirts, braided reins, and more, by 14 members of the prestigious TCAA. Included in The Brinton’s show are works by Rick C. Bean (Star, ID), TCAA President Wilson Capron (Christoval, TX), Beau Compton (Tombstone, AZ), Mark Drain (Shelton, WA), Scott Hardy (Longview, Alberta, Canada), Leland Hensley (Meridian, TX), Pablo Lozano (Tandil, Argentina), Ernie Marsh (Lovell, WY), Pedro Pedrini (Adams, OR), Cary Schwarz (Salmon, ID), Chuck Stormes (Millarville, Alberta, Canada), Nate Wald (Lodge Grass, MT), Troy West (Azle, TX) and John Willemsma (Westcliffe, CO)

Founded by a small group of craftsmen in 1998, the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the standard of time-honored craftsmanship in the cowboy arts.

 

A reception to meet the TCAA artisans takes place on Friday, May 19, from 5 to 7 PM. This event is free and open to the public.

“Time-honored workmanship is reflected in every detail in every piece in this exhibit, form and function could not be more beautifully expressed in art. As you walk through Spring Roundup with the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association, enjoy the ride! ”

Barbara McNab

Curator of Exhibitions