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Cowboys & Indians August/September 2018

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25th anniversary giveaway: edward s. curtis print

To celebrate our special section on Native pottery (page 84), we are partnering with Christopher Cardozo Fine Art to offer an incredible giveaway to a lucky reader: a print of “The Potter (Nampeyo), 1906” from Portfolio 12 of Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian. Search “giveaway” at cowboysindians.com to find out how to win. Yellowstone Recaps Writer Joe Leydon is reviewing each episode of the Paramount Network western series starring Kevin Costner and Gil Birmingham. Search “Yellowstone” at cowboysindians.com to read more. Visit Us Online … Come to cowboysindians.com for fresh content, from song premieres and recipes to fantastic fashion finds and gorgeous real estate offerings. … Or Get Us in Your Email Sign up at cowboysindians.com/newsletter to receive the best of the West in your inbox every Wednesday. @CI_Magazine @cowboysindians @cowboysindians @cowboysindiansmagazine COWBOYSINDIANS.COM…

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Diana Lambdin Meyer As a longtime resident of Kansas City, Missouri, I’ve learned to appreciate the gritty Regionalist work of Missouri artist Thomas Hart Benton. And I’ve become a fan of the contemporary beadwork of Jamie Okuma (Luiseño and Shoshone-Bannock) from its inclusion in the Native American Gallery at Kansas City, Missouri’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. However, my travels around the world have allowed my husband and me to experience firsthand the talented indigenous artists from many cultures. The Tlingit of Alaska are among our favorites. Kimberly Field I am endlessly fascinated by the fragments of ancient pottery I find scattered in the canyons of the Southwest. The dramatic landscapes of the Four Corners region lie at the heart of Southwestern Native designs. I see jagged peaks, raging flash floods, and towering thunderheads…

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what would margaret see?

THIS ISSUE IS UNUSUALLY POIGNANT FOR us: As we were producing these pages we received news of the death of former longtime executive editor Margaret Brown. Though she left Cowboys & Indians eight years ago to start a digital media company, the legacy of the Margaret years remains. She saw C&I through many of its finest issues and continued to follow the magazine closely, even finding time from the hospital just weeks before her death to contribute to our 25th-anniversary special. When Margaret died on June 4 at age 54 from complications of acute lymphoblastic leukemia after nearly a year of torturous treatment, we lost a fine magazine mind and a kind and thoughtful colleague and friend. We often tend to hold most dear — in life and in memory — the…

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The Beauty Of The Rider Saw The Rider today and it’s beautiful [read about it in the May/June 2018 cover story]. Honestly, by the end, I was a hopeless puddle as I was so moved by it. Brady Jandreau may have been a non-actor prior, but he’s a natural, and reminded me a great deal of Heath Ledger. — Mary Lacey Murray The Great Modern Westerns Thanks so much for the movie previews [Hostiles in February/March and “Top Modern Westerns” in May/June]. We had an opportunity to see Wind River not once, but twice — first in the theater and then online. The cast had many of our favorites from past western movies and TV shows. [Jeremy] Renner was superb in his role as the tracker. We also eagerly waited for Hostiles. That did…

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the open range

HAUTE HORSESHOES Tracy Maclin, founder of Haute Finds & Chic Designs in Canton, Texas, is an artist. Her specialty: revamped antique furniture and décor made from recycled materials. Maclin gives old dining chairs new life in bright colors and bold prints. She turns discarded shutters and window frames into whimsical art. She’s even built oversized wings out of wooden tongue depressors. Now, with the help of her husband, a welder, Maclin has introduced a line of horseshoe art — crosses, hearts, and flowers — to decorate your walls (contact for pricing). facebook.com/tmaclin7619 AFRICAN CRAFTS When her husband starting spending more and more time abroad doing humanitarian work, Courtney Poole decided to uproot and join him. So in 2012, she and her husband, Laren, premanently relocated to Kampala, Uganda. There, while looking to furnish…

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western storefront

Cowhide Western Furniture Cowhide Western Furniture officially opened the doors to its showroom in Denton, Texas, in April of this year. But owners Curtis and Laura Hannah are hardly newcomers to furniture and interior design. “We both worked for a national furniture manufacturer and retailer from the 1990s to about 2004,” Laura says. “When that company closed, we saw a niche market that wasn’t being catered to enough — the Western cowhide look — and decided to take a shot at it and try to make it work.” Working with craftsmen with more than 20 years experience in furniture made from quality European leathers and cowhides, the couple hit the road, building a clientele from a booth at rodeos and stock shows across the country. As the business grew and phone calls from…