Exploring the backgrounds, aesthetic qualities, and perceptions of saddlemaking through those that build them.Hosted by Ian Hallagan.
Ep. 4: George Fraker
With our first episode of 2020, George Fraker discusses the development of style, the intricacies of building saddle trees, and much more on this episode of Hide & Horn.
Hide & Horn Sampler: George Fraker & The Path to Custom Saddlemaking
In this episode, George Fraker reflects on working other jobs, becoming his own boss, and how there’s no such thing as retirement in saddlemaking.
Ep. 3: Dusty Smith
In this episode, Dusty Smith describes the intersection of these two crafts, the role of education, and more on this episode of Hide & Horn.
Hide & Horn Sampler: Dusty Smith & The Art of Saddle Tree Production
In this episode of the Hide and Horn Sampler, Dusty Smith describes his early work in building saddle trees, and balancing artistry with production.
Ep.2: Andy Stevens
For over 25 years, Andy Stevens has continued a family history functional artistry through saddlemaking, leatherworking, and silversmithing
Hide & Horn Sampler: Andy Stevens & The Western Folklife Center
In this episode, custom saddlemaker Andy Stevens reflects on his experiences at the Western Folklife Center during his time working and living in Nevada.
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Great podcast for us makers. Very professional and educational. Keep up the good work!
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