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Me in a sketch

I gave my presentation today at the Craft in America Center in Los Angeles. Mr. Gregory Weir-Quiton was in the audience and he sketched me as I was speaking. I love it!

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Identical twins?

I’m finished with the “Satan is Real” boot tops and will research how to create a raffle now! About halfway through the Ira and Charlie boot panels I began questioning why I chose an art form that requires me to … Continue reading

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Maybe it’s the tools…

Years ago a man in New Hampshire sent me some vintage tools to try to sell for him and among those tools was set of hole punches. The set was in great condition, top-quality, and went down to the smallest … Continue reading

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Ira and Charlie

They always look worse (and a little scary) before they look better. 

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I’d like to introduce…

Introducing: “Cherokee Fiddle”

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Almost finished

I like a pair of boots that doesn’t fight me at the end. I think this pair was ready to be completed.

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Singing my song

Isn’t it cool how a few oddly-shaped pieces of leather will be combined to create an image? It still surprises me sometimes. I feel like maybe songwriters experience this feeling… Words! I combined some words and they made a song! … Continue reading

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