If you are interested in any of the art listed on this site, or would like to custom order a piece, please contact us. E-mail email@example.com Phone number 801-367-5560 Trade bead jewelry and Stone Spirits, can be found at the gift shop in the CM Russell museum in Great Falls, Montana. The Hideout in Jackson Hole, Wyoming carries beadwork, jewelry, and leather work. Al’s Sculptures can be seen at The Grand Teton Gallery in Jackson Hole, WY We also do art shows, and mountain man rendezvous’ throughout the year where we sell our products. We welcome custom orders on beadwork, jewelry, sculptures and furniture. At the end of the day, we are still artists, and this is a little bit about us. I have a great appreciation for Native American art and culture. I am inspired by the beauty and artistry, the peaceful way they lived, and their connection to mother earth. Everyday I strive to live my life in a way that exemplifies that ideal. I have spent a lifetime studying and learning about the Native American culture, admiring the use of art in their everyday lives, and the beauty and serenity it embraces. I taught myself how to bead several years ago, but never really did anything with it. Al and I met in 2006 and we started going to mountain man rendezvous. This reignited my passion for beadwork and leather work. I made myself a buckskin dress, bags, leggings the whole outfit. When we got married, we wanted to wear our mountain man clothes and I made a white buckskin wedding dress and moccasins.
After years of sculpting wood, the natural progression was to draw on that knowledge and apply it to bronze work. The last few years I have concentrated more fully on sculpture, and have completed several pieces. I draw inspiration from nature, the people of the past, and my own life in the west.
The ability to express yourself through art is a gift, and should be shared with others. As an artist, I believe art should be not only visually pleasing, but should touch on the viewers emotions.