Wilson’s love for the western way of life began as a young boy working along side his father and cowboy artist, Mike Capron, on ranches in west Texas.
As an entirely self taught smith Kevin admits that he did things the hard way.
In 1994 Nate and his wife moved to Southwestern Colorado, where he found his passion, working as an apprentice for a well known custom hat and clothing company.
The History of an American Legend---1884 was a very important year for H. Gerstner & Sons.
Noel Grayson and his brothers used to make bows and arrows as kids using sticks and chicken feathers.
Christopher Kelley is a copper smith and distillery designer who was inspired to build stills by his cousin who was a painter and a moonshiner.
Glass artist Shawn Messenger describes her work as "gardens of glass, where you do not have to weed or water, and everything grows perfectly.
Rick & Celeste Seraphinoff are well-known makers of historical reproductions of Baroque and Classical Natural Horns.
A scrap of wood fashioned into a spoon so he could eat his lunch became the inspiration for Jonathan Simons to create his Jonathan's Wild Cherry Spoons.
The Thompson’s come from a long line of craftsman.
As a young girl, Jackie Wilson spent all her time riding or drawing horses and working with her father’s woodworking tools
Mark remembers receiving a hammer and a tool kit for his sixth birthday- and credits that as the start of his journey to become a furniture artist.
Almost thirty years ago, when Eric Yelsma was a teenager, he discovered an interest in sewing, and his love of making things and altering his own jeans on a sewing machine.