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ELLIE THOMPSON + CO.

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Georgene Tozzi Lynn&Foster Friess

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ALLISON MERRITT + HARLEY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Artists, Fashion Designers and Interior Design Firms unveil something for everyone… Snow King Center • Jackson Hole, Wyoming • September 7 – 10

Welcome to a show that honors tradition and encourages fresh perspectives and creativity – a show as spectacularly breathtaking as its surroundings, a show to inspire you and let your imagination run wild.

Exhibit + Sale, encompassing all aspects of the best of Western design. During the Exhibit + Sale you’ll meet over 130 artists and designers whose handcrafted works in leather, metal, home accents, woodworking, mixed media, jewelry, and fashion will be showcased and available for purchase directly from the exhibitors. Retail Row,

a unique experience where some of the most sought-after retailers exhibit current trends in a boutique setting. Everyone involved shares an interest in, and passion for, the West. NEW LOCATION!

Opening Preview Party, a much-anticipated night for visitors and locals alike provides early entry into the show. This gala celebration begins with an opportunity to shop and meet the artists. Guests view one-of-a-kind creations while sipping signature cocktails and enjoying gourmet bites by Café Genevieve. Auction, a captivating Winners’ Circle Art Auction precedes the Fashion Show, where guests bid on works by a select group of top award winners from previous years. Runway Fashion Show, a highlight of the sold-out evening is the always stunning Fashion Show. Designers’ innovative couture collections are modeled in an intimate runway setting, accompanied by fabulous themes and great music. Sponsored by Ward + Blake Architects.

Designer Show House, where juried artists’ creations and custom interior design come alive by integrating one-of-a-kind objects into a home environment. Attendees will enter through a foyer and walk through five professionally designed rooms. Sponsored by B&B Builders and Deanna Briggs of Dream Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty. Presented by Mountain Living.

EXHIBIT + SALE

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JOIN US NEXT YEAR 26th Annual WDC Exhibit + Sale September 6 – 9, 2018

25th ANNIVERSARY EDITION

HARKER DESIGN

GOSSAMER WINGS

COPPER MOON BEAD ARTISTRY

ROB HARE

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SCHE DU L E OF EVENTS SNOW KING CENTER | 100 E. Snow King Ave.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 | 6PM – 10PM

OPENING PREVIEW PARTY + FASHION SHOW Fashion Show • Auction • Designer Show House • Retail Row Early entry into the Exhibit + Sale allows a first glance at one-of-a-kind creations in furniture, fashion, jewelry, home and lifestyle accessories. Meet and shop with this year’s artisans and Retail Row exhibitors, walk through the Designer Show House, experience a Runway Fashion Show and participate in the live WDC Auction while enjoying local culinary creations by Genevieve Catering + signature cocktails during a festive night of shopping and entertainment. Tickets: $125 VIP reserved seats w/ 5:30 pm entry MONTANA DREAMWEAR

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Exhibit + Sale • Designer Show House • Retail Row The preeminent exhibition of the finest Western design in the world. Over 130 national artists present contemporary and traditional handcrafted, original creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and accessories for the home during the 25th annual Exhibit + Sale. Don’t miss the Designer Show House, juried artisan creations and custom interior design in a home environment and Retail Row, a unique experience where sought after retailers exhibit up-and-coming fashion trends. Full menu, espresso station and bar by E. Leaven Food Company.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 | 10AM – 5PM Design Excellence Awards — Join us at 2pm View award winning craft as we present with our sponsors over $19,000 in design excellence awards. Enjoy handmade artisan chocolates generously provided by Meeteetse Chocolatier of Jackson Hole and signature Greyhounds by Jackson Hole Still Works. Tickets: $15/day

L I V E M U SI C featuring Cooking with Music

FRIDAY, 3PM - 5PM SATURDAY, 4PM - 7PM SUNDAY, NOON - 2PM sponsored by Gemstone Tile

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 | 10AM – 7PM WDC Benefit Night hours 4PM — 7PM Wild.Wearable.Art. 10% of sales made between 4-7 pm will be donated to the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Join us as we celebrate our anniversary years together with with food by Gather Catering and spirits by Grand Teton Distillery. Tickets: $15/day

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 | 10AM – 5PM Western Design Conference 25th Anniversary Celebration. Celebrate with us! 2 tickets for the price of 1 on Sunday. Tickets: $15/day (2 for 1)

TICKETS In advance: WesternDesignConference.com At the door: Snow King Center, 100 E. Snow King Avenue, Jackson, Wyoming 44 | Western WesternDesign DesignConference Conference 2017

RUSTIC MODERN book signing with Chase Reynolds Ewald at the Western Design Conference

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 5:30PM - 7PM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 3PM - 5PM


2 0 1 7 AWA R D S & JUR Y $19,100

CHASE REYNOLDS EWALD

in prize money

BEST OF SHOW sponsored by: Winners’ Circle Art Auction

$5,000

BEST ARTIST - ACCENTS sponsored by: Maggie & Dick Scarlett

$1,000

HONORABLE MENTION - ACCENTS sponsored by: Wyoming Whiskey BEST ARTIST - ART TO WEAR - FASHION sponsored by: Spring Creek Ranch HONORABLE MENTION - ART TO WEAR - FASHION sponsored by: Grand Teton Distillery BEST ARTIST - ART TO WEAR - JEWELRY sponsored by: Meeteetse Chocolatier and Spring Creek Ranch HONORABLE MENTION - ART TO WEAR - JEWELRY sponsored by: Osprey Beverages BEST ARTIST - LEATHER in memory of: Pamela Mortensen HONORABLE MENTION - LEATHER sponsored by: Tito’s Handmade Vodka BEST ARTIST - METAL sponsored by: Private Realty Group HONORABLE MENTION - METAL sponsored by: Jackson Hole Still Works BEST ARTIST - WOODWORKING sponsored by: Vine Connections & The Ramkowsky Family

$200 $1,000 $200 $1,000

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3RD PLACE - WOODWORKING sponsored by: The Liquor Store & Wine Loft

$500

HONORABLE MENTION - WOODWORKING sponsored by: Vin Vault & New Amsterdam

$200

Darla Worden is a fifth-generation Wyoming native who has always lived in the West. In her role as editor in chief of Mountain Living and as a longtime fan of the Western Design Conference, she enjoys meeting artists, craftspeople, metalsmiths, leather workers… the interesting people who live and work in the West. She also has written two books and hundreds of articles about art, architecture, travel and design in the region.

Michael J. Guli studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City where he first was introduced to wearable art. He moved to Colorado in 1976 and started his career as a historic clothing designer for movies, galleries and individuals interested in the West of the 1800s. Some of the movies he worked on are Centennial, The Mountain Men( shot in Jackson) Made in America, The Quick and the Dead and most recently The Hateful Eight. Featured in and written articles for magazines in the States and overseas, Michael Guli’s pieces have been shown in museums, notably the Buffalo Bill Museum and the Cody Museum.

SCOTT ARMSTRONG

HISTORICAL CRAFTSMANSHIP sponsored by: Fighting Bear Antiques

$1,000

WESTERN SPIRIT sponsored by: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moran

$1,000

SONNY TUTTLE SPIRIT sponsored by: Jim Ciaravella, M.D.

$1,000

BEST COLLECTION - FASHION SHOW sponsored by: Hickert Land Company

$1,200

PEOPLES CHOICE - FASHION SHOW sponsored by: Xssentials (votes cast by public after fashion show)

DARLA WORDEN

MICHAEL J. GULI $200

2ND PLACE - WOODWORKING sponsored by: Snow King Hotel

HONORABLE MENTION - FASHION SHOW sponsored by: Hickert Land Company

A Western Design Conference enthusiast since the Master Artisans Guild held its first show in the Irma Hotel in Cody in 1992, Chase Reynolds Ewald has been writing about western craftsmanship, food, art, travel, design and lifestyle ever since. She is an active freelancer, sometime speaker and judge, and the author of nine books and two Western Design Conference Sourcebooks.

$500 $1,000

Scott Armstrong has been a student of art and design for almost 50 years. He has been an artist, illustrator, industrial designer, artisian and craftsman. He exhibited at various juried design shows including the Western Design Conference, the Cody High Style show, and the By Western Hands invitational. He has won several awards including best of show and the Switchback Ranch purchase award from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody.

TERRY WINCHELL Terry Winchell is a forty plus year resident of Jackson Hole. He has owned and operated Fighting Bear Antiques for more than 36 years, successfully growing the business from a small antiques store to a nationally recognized gallery. He is an authority on rustic furniture and the author of Thomas Molesworth, “The Pioneer of Western Design”, Gibb Smith Books. He has lectured extensively on the subject of Western Design, and was the architect of two Public Television programs.

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Wild West Designs w w w. W i l d We s t D e s i g n s I n c . co m

140 W Broadway, Jackson Hole, WY • 2037 N Yellowstone, Idaho Falls, ID

Unique Handcrafted Furniture


Game Trail Gatherings For Kyle Anderson, raw materials collected from the wild provide the perfect medium to convey appreciation for the natural world. His fascination with time and its effect on plants, animals, and landscapes has led him to a unique style he calls “a collaboration with nature.” Using wood, antler, artifacts, fossils, and mineral specimens, he creates art and functional pieces that transcend the ordinary experience--carvings, sculptures, chandeliers, tables, lamps,gun racks, home accents, wall art—whatever he or a client can dream up.

ACCENTS This category encompasses an eclectic

KYLE ANDERSON PO Box 12708 Jackson, WY 83002 307.413.9989 gametrailgatherings@wyom.net gametrailgatherings.com

grouping of functional art made from antler, ceramics, fiber, glass, leather, metal, or wood. All pieces are usable and would be identified as art by just about any viewer.

J Booth Art

John O’Connor

Award winning Wyoming artist Jenny Booth has been honing her skills as a carver since 1985. Her personal challenge is to always strive for a sense of kinetic flow and feel with her one of a kind pieces. Jenny embraces the ‘’backwards’’ form of art-starting with a solid and taking away what’s in her mind’s eye into a finished piece of carved art.

The history of Native Americans is one of John’s favorite subjects and studying their history makes his heart stronger. He is constantly inspired by what he reads, by old photographs and museum pieces, and by the understanding and compassion shown by many of the great chieftains. John says, “You are what your heart is,” and wants his art work to keep that power and spirit alive.

JENNY BOOTH

JOHN O’CONNOR

PO Box 216 Burlington, WY 82411

2675 W. SR 89A #459 Sedona, AZ 86336

307.899.9299 jenny@jennyboothart.com jennyboothart.com

928.587.8139 supayagraywolfe@gmail.com

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AC C EN T S Marc Taggart & Company Marc Taggart’s interest in Western furniture began at a young age. Marc’s father, Lloyd Jr., became a close personal friend of the designer Thomas Molesworth and eventually established Sweet Water Ranch, a company dedicated to restoring original Molesworth furniture and building authentic reproductions in the Molesworth style. Marc joined the company in 1991, and continues the tradition today with Marc Taggart & Company. Calling himself an “orchestrator,” Marc has formed relationships with many talented artisans, each fully established in his or her own area of western design.

Palm Queen, Luxury Fossil Art & Tile

Authentic water proof fossil fish tiles are made from the real 50 million year old lake bed sediment turned to limestone over the ages. Each layer is unique in color and texture, making each individual fossil fish tile a work of art. Brookie Nicole specializes in custom design murals for backsplashes, showers, and art.

MARC TAGGART

BROOKIE NICOLE

831 Canyon Ave. Cody, WY 82414

PO Box 96 Kemmerer , WY 83101

307.899.9381 marc@marctaggart.com marctaggart.com

307.747.0146 palmqueenfossils@gmail.com palmqueenfossilart.com

Warrior’s Work Studio & Gallery

Painting by Frank Howell

A master finish carpenter for 20 years, Randy was inspired in 1994 to produce a leather frame from deer hide and beadwork to honor Northern Plains Tribes. Today a fine art gallery owner, Randy creates leather frame designs from deer or bison for Native American, Western and Contemporary fine art.

RANDY BERGER PO Box 363 / 277 Main St. Hill City, SD 57745 605.574.4954 info@warriorswork.com warriorswork.com

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Ankole cow horn from East Africa ANKOLEDESIGNS.COM


A. Tsagas Designs For over three decades Greek born designer Andreas Tsagas has been creating handmade fashion of fur and leather. His inspiration from the 70’s, rock n’ roll, and rodeo queens has set him apart from others. Each piece is a unique representation of a forgotten art. Featuring locally sourced leathers, antlers, fur pelts and semi precious stones, all are proudly made in the USA, in Denver, Colorado.

FASHION ANNA TRZEBINSKI

In this category, artists explore and expand the limits of the imagination and the style of the

ANDREAS TSAGAS

American West. You will find beautifully crafted

974 S. Monaco Pkwy. Denver, CO 80224

pieces to “dress West” from head-to-toe.

720.296.6614 atsagas@gmail.com atsagasfursandleather.com

Anna Trzebinski

Elaine Sipes Textiles

Anna Trzebinksi’s Artisanal Luxury Lifestyle Brand out of Kenya in East Africa has been her life’s work and passion for the past two decades. In the unique collection of exquisite creations, each piece is individually handmade using the finest raw materials. Her collection includes garments, and a range of accessories from exotic leather bags to beaded sandals and feathered shawls.

Elaine Sipes graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Fine Art/Weaving. Decades later, Elaine and family are the owners of Believe the Dream Ranch, raising animals for production of natural yarns used in award-winning wearable garments. Her work has been featured in magazines and shows worldwide. Elaine lives in Livermore, Colorado.

ANNA TRZEBINSKI

ELAINE SIPES

465 N. Mill St., #3 Aspen, CO 81611

4019 S. Mason St., Suite 3 Ft. Collins, CO 80525

970.925.2848 sales@annatrzebinski.com annatrzebinski.com

970.481.6986 contact@yourdailyfiber.com yourdailyfiber.com

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FA S H IO N Gossamer Wings Santa Fe

Elyse Allen Textiles

Barbara Grimes has been designing for many years, specializing in elaborate beadwork on suede, leather, and shearling garments for both women and men. Her extensive collection includes a wide variety of handlaced beaded jackets, tops, skirts, pants, ponchos, shearling coats, blanket jackets, and cocktail dresses, all made of luxury suedes and leathers. She also offers a customized embellished line of great fitting jeans. Elyse makes fine knit accessories - ponchos, hats, shawls, and fingerless gloves. She loves to mix yarns, play with color and pattern, and make them all explode a little bit with some sparkle and gleam. Cashmere gives beauty, warmth and durability; Swarovski crystals activate the surface, adding depth and motion.

ELYSE ALLEN

BARBARA GRIMES

2281 Old Arroyo Chamiso Santa Fe, NM 87505

809 Camino Vistas Encantada Santa Fe, NM 87507

917.626.5617 elyse@elyseallentextiles.com elyseallentextiles.com

505.424.7771 barbaragrimes@gossamerwingssantafe.com gossamerwingssantafe.com

Helga’s Design

Living and Dyeing

The designer, a free spirited native Austrian was taught the trade of sewing by her mother, a professional seamstress. Eventually she started designing her own garments and created her line Helga’s Design. Helga’s award winning couture creations are all made by her hands alone and reflect her love and admiration of the American West.

Michelle’s intuitive process is to create textiles using slow-cloth techniques with hand embroidery and Nuno felting to sculpt natural fibers into one of a kind clothing. These natural textiles artfully meld, simmer with leaves and minerals dyeing the cloth, and unfold into a story reflecting nature in each soul-filled design.

HELGA TESAR

MICHELLE HOFFEE

PO Box 3321 595 S. Milward St. Jackson, WY 83001

221 W. 8th Ave. Escondido, CA 92025

307.690.9744 helgatesardesign@gmail.com helgasdesign.com

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760.443.7673 michelle@livinganddyeing.com livinganddyeing.com


FA S H IO N Meredith Lockhart Collec tions

Montana Dreamwear

From the love of colors and textures of the Southwest, a new spirit of collaboration has led to an exciting use of different materials and methods. The focus has expanded from hand painted embroidered leathers to include hand dyed velvet, silks, hand hammered silver, copper, and bronze into wearable art and sculpture. All created and handmade in beautiful farm country in Northeast Kansas.

Located and created in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, Montana Dreamwear presents an extraordinary wearable, art couture collection inspired by dramatic mountain storms, wildflower meadows, quivering quaking aspens, and the sweet scent of alpine firs. Montana Dreamwear is a romantic language of attire capturing the mysticism of the Great American West.

MEREDITH LOCKHART

CELESTE SOTOLA

11561 Highway 116 Nortonville , KS 66060

PO Box 178 Basin, MT 59631

913.370.0012 meredith@meredithlockhart.com meredithlockhart.com

406.225.3909 sotola7@aol.com montanadreamwear.com

Rebecca’s

Rebellion Bags

Rebecca has studied, taught, and choreographed dance; she designed costumes, lighting, back drops but always wanted to make art that could be touched. Thus, she studied, taught, and began felting, wanting to create art that people would want to touch and wear. Her wearable art work has been sold from Fiber Works in Winston-Salem, NC to Isadora’s in Sedona, AZ.

Stephanie Wheat’s designs originated while living in the Southwest. Her inspiration came from a dream where she took a pair of scissors to a red chair and made a handbag out of it. She woke up, bought a piece of leather, riveted it together, strung a belt she’d made through two openings and pre-sold seven that day at a trunk show. Self-taught, her son inspired her to stay at home full time. Each one is made with love for you to enjoy.

REBECCA GILBERTO

STEPHANIE WHEAT

629 Park River Pl. Estes Park, CO 80517

469 W. Huron Chicago, IL 60654

630.881.2481 rgilberto@aol.com rebeccasoneofakind.com

312.545.5566 epiphanychicago469@gmail.com rebellionbags.etsy.com

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September 6 – 17, 2017 A Visual, Performing & Culinary Arts Celebration

JACKSON HOLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE + 307.733.3316 + jacksonholechamber.com


Alexis Drake

For Alexis, design, fashion and style are the sum of each of our experiences in life, always different yet somewhat relatable. She is a mother, wife, business owner, and artist with many passions. When in her Wyoming studio, time stands still and she transcends into a place that allows her vision to take shape in precious metals and leather.

JEWELR Y

ALEXIS DRAKE

Western artists blend silver, gold, precious ALEXIS GARRETT PO Box 1522 Cheyenne, WY 82003

and semiprecious stones, turquoise, coral, antique china, and other materials to create one-of-a-kind jewelry and accessory pieces.

307.256.4913 info@alexisdrake.com alexisdrake.com

Copper Moon Bead Artistry

Cayuse Western Americana

Laura Lee Ullrich, bead artist, is inspired by the antiquities that surround her. Embedding a small antique into each jewelry creation connects each piece to her rich heritage. Her choice of colors and textures mirror the Montana landscape. She aspires to create tomorrow’s heirlooms one bead at a time.

Margaret Sullivan is the real deal - metalsmith and cowgirl. On her ranch high in the mountains of New Mexico, an hour and a half from the mailbox and nearest neighbor, she works in a solar powered studio creating her one of a kind pieces. Largely self-taught, she works almost exclusively in gold, silver and copper. When not in her studio she is working alongside her cowboy husband taking care of cattle, training horses or fixing fence.

MARGARET SULLIVAN

LAURA LEE ULLRICH

255 N. Glenwood, PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

40 Pearce Rd., PO Box 152 Broadus, MT 59317

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com cayusewa.com

406.436.2214 lullrich53@gmail.com

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J EW ELR Y Ellie Thompson + Co.

John Glossa Jewelry

Ellie Thompson is an award-winning designer, artist, and mountain bike racer. She takes her inspiration for her innovative sterling silver belt buckles and fine jewelry collections from worlds both natural and modern. Her custom work is classic and contemporary, combining an adventurous Western spirit with a timeless approach to design and exceptional craftsmanship.

John Glossa is originally from Colorado where he worked as a jeweler. Later he owned a custom jewelry store in Colorado and a shop in Oregon. Along with his years of work he has had the opportunity to teach jewelry classes, meeting many talented artists. In 2016, he was awarded Honorable Mention for his jewelry work in Jackson, Wyoming. Quality handmade jewelry is a passion.

ELLIE THOMPSON

JOHN GLOSSA

8 S. Michigan Ave., Ste #2210 Chicago, IL 60603

PO Box 486 Dillon, MT 59725

312.403.8887 ellie@ellieco.com ellieco.com

541.367.8857 johnglossa@gmail.com johnglossa.com

Mirta Tummino Studio

Platella

Mirta started by studying metalsmithing and jewelry design at Lill Street Art Center in Chicago. As she refined her skills, Mirta embraced her artistic abilities and created a unique line of earrings, necklaces and bracelets that can be worked together or layered for a more textured look. Her combined training in both jewelry making and the business world has led her to become well-versed in designs that women want to wear.

Hugo Rodriguez is the founder and in-house designer for PLATELLA Jewelers in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since 2003, Hugo has been combining his business acumen with his creative expertise to expand his signature designs. PLATELLA Jewelers work is admired and recognized as one the best contemporary lines in today’s jewelry trade.

MIRTA TUMMINO

HUGO RODRIGUEZ

13510 Barryknoll Ln. Houston, TX 77079

15215 N. Kierland Blvd., Ste. 109 Scottsdale, AZ 85254

713.965.3744 info@mirtatummino.com mirtatummino.com

480.862.4880 silver@platella.com platella.com

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imagination. interests Growing upHer in adesign small Texas are global span history, town wasand the per fect breeding reflecting herRae’s eclectic ground for vividstyle. For over twentyHer years, this interests self imagination. design taught designer utilized are global andhas span history, her utter devotion to bold reflecting her eclectic style. individuality and to handcraft For over twenty years, this self pieces for every woman using taught designer has utilized turquoise, her utter freshwater devotion topearls, bold semi precious and stones, seed individuality to handcraft beads, and, most piecessilk, for leather every woman using recently, thefreshwater addition of turquoise, pearls, sapphires, emeralds, rubies, semi precious stones, seed and diamonds. beads, silk, leather and, most recently, the addition of sapphires, emeralds, rubies, and diamonds.

A SHOWROOM WORTH FINDING

RAE RAMSEY 1201 Roanoke Ct. College Station, TX 77845 RAE RAMSEY 979.220.7415 1201 Roanoke Ct. raeramseydesigns@gmail.com College Station, TX 77845 979.220.7415 raeramseydesigns@gmail.com

ROB HARE

Fine Concept Furniture and Accessories with Sculptural Elements in Wood and Metal

525 W. ELK AVENUE, #4, JACKSON, WY 83001 307-732-1819 | ASTJH.COM

Creative Vision · Bold Design Custom orders by appointment. Individually designed and built by hand.

robhare-furnituremaker.com 130 Carney Road, Ulster Park, New York I 845.658.3584 I info@robhare-furnituremaker.com

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Beargrass Leather

Samantha Dankert crafts leather goods in Lakeside, MT. After serving for six years in the United States Air Force, she focused her time on her family and her craft. When not designing or modelling new handbags, she spends time wandering America’s less traveled places.

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BEARGRASS LEATHER

Leather has long been used in functional art, ranging from furniture to picture frames. This SAMANTHA DANKERT

category displays hand tooling and leather

184 Lakeview Ln. Lakeside, MT 59922

manipulation of exquisite quality

406.647.4947 beargrassleather@gmail.com beargrassleather.com

J. L. Blair Saddlery

and craftsmanship.

Koulton

Wyoming native and second generation saddle maker, John L. Blair studied under his father and has more than 35 years experience at his craft. Each of his saddles and other products, from leather floors to boots, is a creation built with special attention to details, quality and durability, using traditional methods and materials. His work has been shown around the world. In 2013 and 2016, Blair was awarded the Best Artist Historical Craftsmanship Award at the Western Design Conference. Colton Gates grew up watching his dad and granddad tool leather amid ranch life in Wheeler County, Texas. While not a classically trained designer, he draws inspiration from his Western heritage rooted deep in western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. This year marks his debut as a juried artist.

JOHN L. BLAIR

COLTON LEE GATES

195 State Highway 59 Douglas, WY 82633

24127 E. 1000 Rd. Weatherford, OK 73096

307.358.3232 jlblair@vcn.com jlblairsaddlery.com

405.538.7660 colton.gates@koulton.com koulton.com

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LEAT H E R LEAT H E R

Many Tears Many Tears

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WILBOURNE INTERIOR DESIGN


dwelling An interior design boutique located in the heart of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

dwellingjh.com 307-733-8582 80 W. Broadway Ste 104, Jackson WY, 83001


Cayuse Western Americana Born and still based in Richmond, Virginia, Susan Adams received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and has spent more than 20 years refining her craft. Her gold and silverwork is inspired by Wyoming pack trips. Versatility, skill, and meticulous attention to detail allow Susan to design and produce unique decorative objects, jewelry, hollowware, and commissioned projects, such as the cowgirl logo for The National Cowgirl Museum. Susan is a three-time award winner at the Western Design Conference.

ME TAL

GILMORE METALSMITHING STUDIO AND FORGING ATELIER

From hand-pounded silver to hand-forged iron, this category encompasses heirloom quality SUSAN ADAMS

pieces of art that any collector or homeowner

255 N. Glenwood, PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

would be proud to display.

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com cayusewa.com

Dry Creek Design

History is what inspires Garry’s work, and he labors to preserve it through his welded metal sculptures. The Sand Hills of Nebraska where Garry was born and lives has provided unique metal pieces to build his one-of-a-kind sculptures. Garry was named Best Metal Artist at the 2014, and 2015 Western Design Conference. His work can be seen at Hill City, South Dakota and in Ogallala, Nebraska.

Gilmore Metalsmithing Studio and Forging Atelier

This year marks Glenn’s 20th consecutive year of participation in the Western Design Conference. His reputation for creating award winning designs and visually stunning forged metalwork has earned him commissions across the country and abroad. He has won numerous awards for his work including several at the WDC. In 2012, 2013, and 2016, Glenn won Best Artist in Metal at the Western Design Conference. In 2012, he was nominated for a United Artists Fellowship, one of 300 artists selected in the nation.

GARRY UNDERWOOD

GLENN GILMORE

7090 Valley Rd. Alliance, NE 69301

PO Box 961 Hamilton, MT 59840

308.760.2522 drycreekdesign@hotmail.com drycreekdesign.net

406.961.1861 glenn@gilmoremetal.com gilmoremetal.com

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Aaron Laux Design

Aaron views his creations as sculpture—especially the more functional pieces. He works predominantly in wood; he also employs other mixed media such as glass, stone, bark, paper, and metal. His inspiration comes from the desire to interpret the mysteries of life and nature, and to express the emotions and impressions that these mysteries evoke.

WOODWORKING NORSEMAN DESIGNS WEST

Rustic furniture is not necessarily simple; It is timeless, complex, and designed

AARON LAUX

with style and quality to endure through

1021 Gilson St. Madison, WI 53715

the decades.

608.333.6159 aaron@aaronlauxdesign.com aaronlauxdesign.com

Adirondack Workshop

Bear Paw Designs

Drew’s introduction to Adirondack Rustic Style was during summers at his family camp in the Adirondack Mountains. It was there he was struck by the purity and “inherent rightness” of the rustic furniture and architecture that is found throughout the region. Today he designs and creates rustic pieces in his Woods Bay Mountain studio.

Inspired by the history of the old West, artisan Mike Roths designs and builds one-of-a-kind Western style pieces of furniture that have a whimsical feel and tell a story of days gone by. He and his wife Jo live in historic Stevensville, Montana’s oldest community.

DREW HUBATSEK

MIKE ROTHS

PO Box 8125 Big Fork, MT 59911

252 St. Mary’s Rd. Stevensville, MT 59870

406.837.6868

406.239.2050 mike@bearpawdesigns.com bearpawdesigns.com

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W O O DW O R K IN G Brian Boggs Chairmakers, Inc.

D.A. King Design

Brian Boggs doesn’t think up new designs. They are already there waiting for him to find them. After decades of practice and study, Brian finds his work usually takes the form of a chair or table. The creative process involved in bringing them about is focused on opening to what is coming in rather than thinking about what he might design. Only when there is a balance of shapes, dimensions, and patterns of grain, creating a feeling of peace and comfort, is a design complete. So much of the inspiration Doug has for his designs in wood come from his love of the natural landscapes. Now living back in Missoula, Montana, he has set up a small furniture shop. He takes inspiration from the strength, grace and shape of a tree and tries to translate that in the shape and form of his furniture.

BRIAN BOGGS

DOUG KING

239 Amboy Rd. Asheville, NC 28806

PO Box 8451 Missoula, MT 59807

828.398.9701 melanie@brianboggschairmakers.com brianboggschairmakers.com

440.829.8365 dougkingmt@gmail.com dakingdesign.com

Felton + Ferguson Woodworking

Finch Woodworks

The collaborative work of Felton + Ferguson involves both design and craft. Their pieces highlight traditional woodworking techniques while finding contemporary lines. Native reclaimed woods of the West are layered in depth and history. Hand tools are used rather than machines, shaping their furniture into sculpture with a function.

Jordan opened Finch Woodworks in 2004, specializing in timber framing and fine carpentry. In addition to his custom work with clients he was a professor of timber framing at the American College of the Building Arts, Charleston, SC, 2012-2015. He continues his involvement with The Timber Framing Guild through the projects committee and teaching workshops. Jordan’s goal is simple, “to grow as a craftsman and provide the best work possible.”

JESSICA FERGUSON & HARRY FELTON

JORDAN FINCH

615 W. Watson St. Lewistown, MT 59457

206 Hollow Ln. Woodstock, VA 22664

406.535.5356 fergusonjessica87@gmail.com jiferguson.com

540.333.0054 finchwoodworks@gmail.com finchwoodworks.com

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W O O DW O R K IN G Grain of Thought

Henneford Fine Furniture Nestled on the shore of Flathead Lake in northwest Montana is the home and shop of self-taught woodworking artist Steve Henneford. “I believe that wood is beautiful, warm and timeless. I like to build simple elegant furniture with flowing lines that is both beautiful and comfortable,” he says. Steve finishes each piece by hand, rubbing oil into the furniture to bring out the natural beauty of the wood and create a finish smooth as glass.

John Geraghty, founder of Grain of Thought and longtime NYC woodworker now lives in the beautiful Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts. Geraghty has been sustainably harvesting beautiful domestic logs and handcrafting heirloom quality furniture and architectural woodwork for 30 years. John Burroughs, “How the eye delights in the nude beauty of the wood,” is a favorite quote of John Geraghty’s.

JOHN GERAGHTY

STEVE HENNEFORD

PO Box 441 Southampton, MA 01073

366 Lakeshore Dr. Lakeside, MT 59922

347.482.5222 grainofjohnny@yahoo.com grainofthought.com

406.857.2670 hennefordfinefurniture@gmail.com hennefordfinefurniture.com

HowKola Furniture by Tim Lozier Furniture—when Tim hears that word he thinks of creativity. He started in the furniture business 20 years ago building Molesworth reproductions. To this day that style remains the most popular type of furniture he builds. In 1998, he started his own business, How Kola Furniture, and began putting his own spin on Molesworth designs. This has given him a great deal of creative freedom and plenty of ideas to upgrade his style of furniture.

Keoni Carlson

Keoni (Jon) Carlson re-imagines wood as woven basketry, creating illusions that invite touch and participation. Working from his Colorado mountain studio, the artist uses texture, color and negative space to hand carve unique, heirloom artwork inspired by native culture storytelling and legend. His art is optimistic, sometimes whimsical, always delicious.

TIM LOZIER

KEONI CARLSON

1627 23rd St. Cody, WY 82414

1558 Gold Camp Rd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906

307.250.0322 howkola@bresnan.net howkolafurniture.com

719.491.5503 keoniwoodart@gmail.com

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W O O DW O R K IN G McCarty Woodworks

Mosart / Art in Furniture by Schuettinger

Coley McCarty has a passion for creating unique art out of rare pieces of nature. He combines the textures of antler sheds from Elk, Fallow, and Axis deer to create a strong base, then tops it with exotic slabs of wood inlaid with beautiful minerals. Coley’s favorite hardwood is the Texas Mesquite because of the complexity of color.

Bruce M. Schuettinger incorporates into the sur faces of his furniture known late 19th and 20th century art movements such as Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Illusionism and Neo Plasticism by “painting with wood”. He designs and builds LEED platinum certified furniture to the highest standards of craftsmanship allowing the furniture to be extremely functional while being able to endure the ravages of time.

COLEY MCCARTY

BRUCE SCHUETTINGER

2918 Dreibrodt Rd. San Marcos, TX 78666

17 N. Alley, PO Box 244 New Market, MD 21774

830.305.5043 coleymccarty@gmail.com mccartywoodworks.com

301.865.3009 bschuettinger@verizon.net mosartfurniture.com

Norseman Designs West

Old Roots

John Gallis with Tim Goodwin and Ian Gallis of Norseman Designs West have been building furniture for 45 years. They enjoy the trust and freedom clients give them to complete their work of art. They prefer curved fluid lines over straight; each piece is unique and follows the grain and flow of the wood used.

Ryan Cole, of Old Roots, passionately pursues reclaiming Western urban timber, historic barns and metal, and transforms these materials into functionally modern, creative forms that visually stimulate conversation. From jewelry, pens, bowl, lamps and instruments, to tables, cabinets and boats of exquisite furniture grade lumber, the reclaimed wood is reborn as inspiring art.

JOHN GALLIS

RYAN COLE

3532 Cottonwood Ave. Cody, WY 82414

14550 N. Broken Horn Rd. Boise, ID 83714

307.587.7777 jgallis@norsemandesignswest.com norsemandesignswest.com

208.941.2043 urbantimber@gmail.com oldrootsart.com

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W O O DW O R K IN G Rob Hare – Maker of Things

Oxbows Rustic Furniture

Each of Rob’s pieces is thoughtfully designed and carefully hand built with the specific needs of its future owners in mind. Rob has worked professionally as a sculptor, teacher, draftsman, metal worker, foundry man, wood worker and furniture maker, and brings all of these skills to bear in his work. It is his hope you will enjoy living with your things as much as he enjoys conceiving and building them.

Oxbows Rustic Furniture began with small projects in an old woodshop of his grandfather’s where Aaron Rerucha spent time after graduating from college. There Aaron’s hobby flourished, and a lifelong passion for woodworking became a full-time occupation. The vibrant character of the wood’s grain in emphasized in every piece he creates.

AARON RERUCHA

ROB HARE

348 41st Rd. Bellwood, NE 68624

130 Carney Rd. Ulster Park, NY 12487

402.367.9577 aaron@oxbowsfurniture.com oxbowsfurniture.com

845.658.3584 info@robhare-furnituremaker.com robhare-furnituremaker.com

Robert Seliger Furniture

San Patricio Artisans Since his college days he has been a student of furniture types and styles and has continued to design and build hickory furniture for the past twelve years. His goal is to maintain the hickory’s natural beauty while expanding his designs to new dimensions of graceful, functional, unique rockers and other pieces.

Drawing most of his inspiration from visions and dreams, Robert Seliger is an artist and master woodworker with an architectural background. Seliger crafts complex pieces of furniture out of his Tumalo, Oregon studio, a converted 2 story horse barn. Upon completion of the project he gifts the copyrighted, signed and framed final draft of his illustration to the client.

ROBERT SELIGER

TOM WOOD

66281 White Rock Loop Bend, OR 97703

137 White Cat Rd. San Patricio, NM 88348

541.389.7068 info@robertseliger.com robertseliger.com

575.937.7764 tcwood72@gmail.com sanpatricioartisans.com

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W O O DW O R K IN G Tim Groth Furniture

For 20 years Tim was building furniture in the same style and using the same materials. After a great run he decided to change things up a little. “Now I’m making really cool stuff out of really old stuff.”

Ty Loyola Design

For nearly thirty years Ty Loyola and his small group of talented artisans have been crafting furniture, one piece at a time. Always guided gently by skilled hands, each piece is built to last for several lifetimes. Classic simplicity with smooth, sleek lines to highly ornate with finely carved, hand painted details - Ty enjoys building it all and can create anything you can imagine.

TIM GROTH

TY LOYOLA

PO Box 12 Jackson, WY 83001

2555 E. Haven Ln. Holladay, UT 84117

208.870.9938 tim_groth@hotmail.com timgrothfurniture.com

801.277.7408 k.loyola@comcast.net tyloyola.com

Wetzel Woodworking

WildeWood Furniture

Tyler Wetzel began making furniture while working as a carpenter for his family’s custom home building business, Rendezvous Custom Homes. He uses scrap or leftover material from different job sites to create his furniture and enjoys combining different types of wood to create each unique piece. He draws inspiration from his surroundings, the Tetons, and the custom timber houses he builds.

Ron designs using native woods such as aspen and lodgepole pine married with ideas from traditional furniture styles. Elements such as burled logs for claw feet and curved limbs for Queen Anne legs are likely to show up in a WildeWood design. Further inspiration comes from nature, “I may be driving along and see a tree with an interesting limb or shape, and I’ll design a creation around that particular piece of wood.”

TYLER WETZEL

RON SHANOR

1241 Brooktrout Dr. Victor, ID 83455

80 Hitching Post Dr. Cody, WY 82414

307.413.0203 wetzelwoodworking@gmail.com

307.587.9558 woodewild@gmail.com wildewoodfurniture.com

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WOO DW O R K I NG Woodensound Fine Woodworking

NANCY CAWDREY

HENNEFORD FINE FURNITURE

Ron Benoit creates furniture which bridges the gap between contemporary studio work and traditional furniture. Employing design elements from classic styles, he relies on beautifully figured hardwoods, clean lines, and impeccable craftsmanship to achieve a look that will enhance any environment.

RON BENOIT 1613 E. 800 S. Preston, ID 83263 208.339.1542 ron.benoit@gmail.com woodensound.com J BOOTH ART

W I NNE R S ’ CI RC LE A RT AU CT I O N Preceding the Fashion Show is a captivating Winners’ Circle Art Auction, where guests bid on works by a select group of top award winners from previous years. All proceeds benefit the contributing artist and the annual WDC Artist Awards Fund. This year, thanks to the generosity of WDC sponsors and the Winners’ Circle Art Auction, $19,100 will be awarded to juried artists for design excellence.

J.L. BLAIR SADDLERY

...and More

You can pre-bid via our website, westerndesignconference.com

MANY TEARS

ROBERT SELIGER

JOHN GLOSSA JEWELRY

A. TSAGAS DESIGNS

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Mountain Living is proud to present the 2017 Western Design Conference Designer Show House. The Designer Show House features custom interior design and furnishings with creations by WDC Exhibit + Sale juried artists. Guests enter through a “front porch reimagined” and walk through five professionally designed rooms.

Harker Design

Wilbourne Interior Design w/ Ankole

Great Room

Master Bedroom

Kibler & Kirch Dining Room

Dallas Lyon Interiors Old Hickory Furniture

Hearth Room Study

Foyer

Brian Boggs Chairmakers

Exit/Entry

B & B Builders Exterior Facade

Exterior Furniture

Sponsored By B & B Builders and Deanna Briggs Sotheby’s International Realty

The Designer Show House is sponsored by Deanna Briggs of Dream Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty. Deanna is committed to providing excellent customer service. Her architectural background gives both sellers and buyers an experienced eye to help visualize their dreams. Dream Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty Deanna Briggs Jackson, WY deannabriggs@mac.com jhsir.com

Ben and Brent Johnson founded B & B Builders with an idea of offering the highest levels of integrity, quality and service. Since 1993 B & B has created some of the most beautiful and desirable luxury custom homes and estates. Over the years they have expanded to include projects in Eastern Idaho, Western Wyoming, Park City, Utah and Big Sky, Montana. B & B Builders Georgia Young Rigby, ID georgiayoung@bbbuilders.com bbbuilders.com Western Design Conference 2017 | 33


EXTERIOR The exterior of the Designer Show House is constructed by B & B Builders, a mountain rustic contemporary design with an inviting entrance and front patio. Using rustic barn wood with dimensional variations and a naturally weathered patina allows for rustic and urban modern fusion. The commercial and residential general contracting firm has been designing and building custom homes in Idaho, Wyoming, Montana and Utah since 1993. B & B Builders Georgia Young Rigby, ID georgiayoung@bbbuilders.com bbbuilders.com

FRONT PORCH The 2017 Front Porch of the Designer Show House is “front porch living reimagined.” Brian Boggs Chairmakers’ selection of Sunniva furniture represents the best in ergonomics without the need for cushions or padding. Blending the warmth of handmade wooden furniture with contemporary comfort and curves, Sunniva provides a durable and elegant solution for outdoor furniture. Brian Boggs Chairmakers Brian Boggs Asheville, NC info@brianboggschairmakers.com brianboggschairmakers.com

FOYER The entry room will have new concepts and new furniture designs in collaboration with another of this year’s Western Design Conference Show House designers, Kibler & Kirch. A round center table inspired by early Navajo Chiefs’ blankets, an updated Molesworth style chair, and a stunning large cabinet speak to the grandest traditions of Western design and craftsmanship. Old Hickory Furniture Company, Inc. Bob Morrison Shelbyville, IN bobmorrison@oldhickory.com oldhickory.com

HEARTH ROOM/STUDY Dallas Lyon Interiors is creating a hearth room study that is old and new, eclectic and functional. The room is outfitted with an all American color scheme of red, white and blue, using artwork and accessories with a rock -‘n’- roll flair. The room will include a sitting area and a desk with antique accents in the mix. Dallas Lyon Interiors Dallas Lyon Vail, CO dallas@lyondesigngroup.com lyondesigngroup.com

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MASTER BEDROOM The Master Bedroomis designed by WILBOURNE Interior Design in collaboration with Ankole, Edelman Leathers, Carl Hansen Furniture & Organic Looms. The bedroom provides a warm and sophisticated respite that reflects the casual elegance of the West. A dramatic fireplace and refined heirloom furnishings and accessories are paired with luxurious linens to create a timeless and intimate space in which to relax and call home. WILBOURNE Interior Design Kimberly Wilbourne Jackson, Scottsdale & Laguna Beach wilbournehome@gmail.com wilbournehome.com Ankole Downie & Bobby Mickler San Antonio, TX jmsikkema@gmail.com ankoledesigns.com

GREAT ROOM Clean lines are highlighted by western influences throughout this Harker Design Great Room. The many textured elements, including a plethora of natural woods and grains, are reminiscent of the outdoor environment that provides inspiration to all. Attention to details as well as antiques as collected accessories makes this a complete, comfortable and mature space. Harker Design Pat Harker & Scott Adams Jackson, Salt Lake City, and Idaho Falls pat@harkerdesign.com harkerdesign.com

DINING ROOM A grand English-made table, and an oversized fireplace, custom furnishings, comfortable seating and impeccable Western art are collected together to create an elegant and dramatic dining room. Mixing styles and incorporating great fabric, textures, and colors inspire attendees for their own homes – a lively and tailored yet relaxed space for dining and conversation. Kibler & Kirch Jeremiah Young Billings, MT jeremiah@kiblerandkirch.com kiblerandkirch.com

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Ann Everett Fashion Design

Coyote Couture

ANN EVERETT

GAIL ORRICK

2158 W. Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60612

PO Box 2765 Basalt, CO 81621

630.461.9419 anneverett.ae@gmail.com anneverettfashiondesigns.com

970.331.9813 gail@coyotecouturecolorado.com coyotecouturecolorado.com

Belle Cose for Erica Molinari

Dr. C’s Designs

ERICA MOLINARI

DR. JAMES CIARAVELLA

48 E. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

6030 Line Ave., Suite 500 Shreveport, LA 71106

307.413.0650 jcg@bellecose.com bellecose.com

318.469.6298 jim@westernmirrors.com westernmirrors.com

Beltshazzar Jewels

Gemstone Tile

THERESA WANGIA

CAROLYN VANCLEAVE

3508 Illinois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118

502 Topeka St. Kingman, AZ 86401

314.761.1812 theresa@beltshazzarjewels.com beltshazzarjewels.com

928.753.3147 carolyn@gemstonetileworks.com gemstonetileworks.com

Charveaux

Heidi Hess Designs

KELLY CHARVEAUX

HEIDI HESS

10636 N. 71st Way, Ste. 12 Scottsdale, AZ 85254

845 W. Fulton Market #301 Chicago, IL 60607

480.945.5988 kellycharveaux@msn.com charveaux.com

312.550.8070 contact@heidihess.com heidihess.com


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Jace Romick Gallery

Old Roots

JACE ROMICK

TIMOTHY WONNACOT

813 Lincoln Ave. Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

14550 N. Broken Horn Rd. Boise, ID 83714

970.846.8377 jaceromick@gmail.com jaceromickgallery.com

208.941.2043 urbantimber@gmail.com oldrootsart.com

J.B. Hill Boot Company

Pure Dixie

DR. JIM HILL

DIXIE BERGER

335 N. Clark Dr. El Paso, TX 79905

PO Box 1665 Saratoga, WY 82331

915. 599.1551 diana@jbhilltexas.com jbhilltexas.com

307.710.5886 puredixie@gmail.com puredixie.com

Beaded Skull Art

Sylvia Medina Jewelry

MARIA D’SOUZA

SYLVIA MEDINA

8190A Beachmont Ave., Ste. 259 Cincinnati, OH 45255

PO Box 50030 Idaho Falls, ID 83405

859.707.0761 info@beadedskullart.com beadedskullart.com

208.520.8353 smedina@cableone.net sylviamedinajewelry.com

Michael J. Guli Designs/ River Crossing

Tess Jewelry

MICHAEL J. GULI

KAREN DANIELS

PO Box 127 Bellvue, CO 80512

7045 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63130

970.221.2992 michaeljgulidesigns@gmail.com michaeljgulidesigns.com

314.941.2429 tkdaniels@charter.net tessjewelry.net

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Tricia Rocks Private Collection

Ward + Blake Architects

TRICIA ANDERSON

MITCH BLAKE & TOM WARD

5851 N. Belbrook Tucson, AZ 85741

200 E. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

520.954.1918 triciarocks.com

307.733.6867 architects@wardblake.com wardblakearchitects.com

True North Woodworks

Wearable Art by Jae Song

MIC SMITH

JAE SONG

1020 Ave. E Billings, MT 59102

666 Belvedere Dr. Benicia, CA 94510

406.425.2888 mt.bentnail@gmail.com truenorthwoodworks.net

707.748.1490 jsunistudio@yahoo.com

Two Gray Hills

Westerngrace

EMILY MOORE

JESSE SMITH

PO Box 2560 Corrales, NM 87048

PO Box 6375 Sheridan, WY 82801

505.235.1181 emilymoore@aol.com twogreyhillsjewelry.com

614.507.5859 jesse@westerngrace.com

privatecollectionsbytricia@gmail.com

Vintage Creations Recycled Cashmere

BETH NIELSEN 1018 S. 262nd Pl. Seattle, WA 98198 206.550.6664 recycledcashmere@gmail.com recycledcashmere.com

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RetailRow ELISABETH POHLE DESIGNS

SILVER STILL IMAGES

NORTHWEST SKILLET COMPANY

ASTALI

ASTALI

Elisabeth Pohle Designs ELISABETH POHLE

SYLVIA WESTON

1721 Huntington Dr. #C South Pasadena, CA 91030

2912 N. Poinsettia Ave. Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

851 Canyon Crest Dr. Bountiful, UT 84010

213.675.3566 shannon@astali.com astali.com

310.433.1995 elisabethpohle@yahoo.com elisabethpohle.com

435.757.8594 silverstilltintypes@gmail.com silverstillimage.com

SHANNON DE JONG

Autumn Teneyl Designs

WATTS JEWELRY

Silver Still Image

AUTUMN TENEYL

SHIRLEY JOFFS

LumiCeuticals

Tuscany Pens

157 S. 8th St. Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

1819 N. 1700 E. N. Logan, UT 84341

9812 Spruce Grove Way South Jordan, UT 84095

970.264.1044 events@autumnteneyl.com autumnteneyl.com

303.818.9263 shirleyjoffs@gmail.com shinewithlight.com

801.455.1299 tuscanypens@outlook.com tuscanypens.com

Northwest Skillet Company

Watts Jewelry

62240 Dial Ln. Summerville, OR 97876

3270 Walton Riverwood Ln. SE Apt. 2048 Atlanta, GA 30339

541.605.8286 nwskillet@gmail.com nwskillet.com

478.213.4938 christen.watson@gmail.com instagram.com/wattsjewelry

Belle Cose on King Street 81 S. King St. Jackson, WY 83001 307.733.0233 jcg@bellecose.com goodie2shoes.com

Casey Curtis Designs

CASEY BURNETTE

JOHN YANNONE

SUE MILLER

CHRISTEN WATSON

Rocky Mountain Cowhides GARY MCGOWEN

2054 Skalkaho Hwy. Hamilton, MT 59840

PO Box 312 Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545

406.381.3993 caseycurtisdesigns@gmail.com caseycurtisdesigns.com

214.454.4279 garymark4279@gmail.com rockymountaincowhides.com

CASEY CURTIS DESIGNS

ROCKY MOUNTAIN COWHIDES

BELLE COSE

TUSCANY PENS

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2 0 1 7 A RT I S T I N D E X Accents Game Trail Gatherings

7

Beargrass Leather

19

J. Booth Art

7

J. L. Blair Saddlery

19

John O’Connor

7

Koulton

19

Marc Taggart & Company

8

Many Tears

20

Palm Queen, Luxury Fossil Art & Tile

8

Warriors Work Studio & Gallery

8

BEAR PAW DESIGNS

Leather

2016 EXHIBIT + SALE

Woodworking

A. Tsagas Designs

11

Cayuse Western Americana

Montana Dreamwear

13

Rebecca’s

13

Rebellion Bags

13

ANN EVERETT FASHION DESIGN

13

MIRTA TUMMINO STUDIO

Meredith Lockhart Collections

Non-Competing Artists Art to Wear - Jewelry Alexis Drake

15

Cayuse Western Americana

15

Copper Moon Bead Artistry

15

Ellie Thompson + Co.

16

John Glossa Jewelry

16

Mirta Tummino Studio

16

Platella

16

Rae Ramsey Designs

17

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Finch Woodworks

26

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23

12

Fenton + Ferguson Woodworking

27

Gilmore Metalsmithing Studio and Forging Atelier

Living and Dyeing

26

Keoni Carlson

11

12

26

D.A. King Design

How Kola Furniture by Tim Lozier

Elaine Sipes Textiles

Helga’s Design

Brian Boggs Chairmakers, Inc.

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25

27

Dry Creek Design

Gossamer Wings Santa Fe

25

Bear Paw Designs

27

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Adirondack Workshop

Grain of Thought

Anna Trzebinski Elyse Allen Textiles

25

Henneford Fine Furniture

Metal

Art to Wear - Fashion

Aaron Laux Design

Ann Everett Fashion Design

36

Belle Cose for Erica Molinari

36

Beltshazzar Jewels

36

Charveaux

36

Coyote Couture

36

Dr. C’s Designs

36

Gemstone Tile

36

Heidi Hess Designs

36

Jace Romick Gallery

37

J.B. Hill Boot Company

37

Beaded Skull Art

37

McCarty Woodworks

28

Mosart / Art in Furniture by Schuettinger

28

Norseman Designs West

28

Old Roots

28

Oxbows Rustic Furniture

29

Rob Hare - Maker of Things

29

Robert Seliger Furniture

29

San Patricio Artisans

29

Tim Groth Furniture

30

Ty Loyola Design

30

Wetzel Woodworking

30

WildeWood Furniture

30

Woodensound Fine Woodworking

31

Michael J. Guli Designs / 37 River Crossing Old Roots 37 Pure Dixie 37 Sylvia Medina Jewelry 37 Tess Jewelry 37 Tricia Rocks Private Collection 38 True North Woodworks 38 Two Gray Hills 38 Vintage Creations 38 Recycled Cashmere Ward + Blake Architects 38 Wearable Art by Jae Song 38 Western Grace 38

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