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Craft

Walking With Art

At first glance, you might simply see limbs or branches, but the harvested wood shown at right and the shoots seen above—natural British hardwoods such as blackthorn, hazel, and ash—will be the ra...

Where Tweed Began

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The story of tweed dates back about 200 years to a Scottish Border weaver, a London cloth merchant, and a fortuitous mistake. ...

The Russell Fit

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The handmade—and handsome—products of Russell Moccasin are worn wherever there’s a demand for uncommonly comfortable and durable footwear....

Curated Fashions

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After spending more than eight years in the UK running retail shops, Ramona Brumby of Atlanta’s The London Trading Company came home. “My passion is anything to do with décor,......

Life in Bronze

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Liz Lewis employs several foundries in the Bozeman area to cast her lost-wax-style work. Recently, she has begun exploring the use of colored patinas to reproduce the coloration of sporting......

¡VIVA LA REVOLUCIÓN!

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Recently we’ve seen a slight warming in our Cold War–era diplomatic relations with Cuba. As these dramatic events continue to play out, many are wondering how the new relationship will......

Bespoke Tailoring

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It’s a matter of fit—first, foremost, and always the fit. Shoulder your best gun: Does your coat let your arms and shoulders rise to the occasion, and your torso swing......

A Creative Experience

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Curt Butler, of Gastonia, North Carolina, talks about his art, “I have spent most of my life around woods. One of the many fascinating things about trees and woods is......

Prairie Wildlife

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Twenty years ago this was a worn-out, overworked, eroded piece of monoculture agriculture ground, full of beef cattle and corn, but largely bereft of quail, songbirds, or anything else resembling......

Bronze Sculpture

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Sculptor Kreg Harrison shapes still life from real life. In this image, a 10-by-12-foot stone wall served as a canvas on which Harrison scupted a covey rise with life-sized and......