Tall in the Saddle

For as long as he can remember, Mike Marcellus has been around horses, saddles and the art of saddlery. “I grew up in southern Texas,”...

Get Your Motor Runnin’

For Dar Holdsworth, the art of building customized motorcycles began as a stress-relieving hobby. “I had a corporate job, and this was an outlet for...

Stained Glass with Meaning

In the more than 40 years that he has worked with stained glass, Richard Bohm has created family and institutional treasures. In 1975, Bohm and...

Framing the Future

Jeff Green has a specific vision for his company, Barnwood USA. It has a lot to do with his faith, a popular product, a...

Forged With Trial and Error

From a scandi to a wa gyuto, David Mooneyham forges all sorts of knives into creation. The native Oklahoman crafts a variety of blades,...

The Next Steep Up in Bathing

Floating and steeping luxuriously like a tea bag in a mug of hot water isn’t exactly what mercantiler Channing Winblad had in mind when...

Don’t Mock the Brothers

Speaking the truth, doing what’s right and respecting others are all part of the cowboy way … along with wearing a good pair of...

Saving Classics

Whether it’s a memory from days gone by or a passion to possess a machine that speaks to us, cars can get our motors...

Head of the Glass

Amid sweltering heat and cacophony, beauty is created in a 2,000-square-foot studio in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District. Kenneth Gonzales, project director at Tulsa Glassblowing...

Sculpting a New Career

Jim Franklin is proof that a hobby or passion can turn into a profitable enterprise. Sometimes, it just takes a while. A renowned bronze sculptor...
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