Dahl Shows His Work At The 22nd Annual Traditional Cowboy Arts Show | Lifestyles


OKLAHOMA CITY – Artist Deeth Mark Dahl will join some of the best traditional cowboy artists for the 22nd Annual Traditional Cowboy Arts Show and Sale at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on October 1-2.

Showcasing the best of saddlery, bit and spur making, goldsmithing and rawhide braiding from members of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association, the exhibit will open to the public on Friday and the sale will take place. Saturday. All pieces will remain on display and available for purchase at the Museum until January 2, 2022.

Dahl grew up as a cowboy in the Starr Valley cattle ranching community near Deeth. As a young man he made several pairs of spurs but received no formal training – instead he relied on a working knowledge of cowboy gear. Dahl has always been fascinated by bits and spurs mounted in silver. In 1982, he decided to try his hand at goldsmithing. While beautiful works of art, everything Dahl builds is also functional. He strives to please the senses with his creations.

To view the catalog, visit TCAA (nationalcowboymuseum.org). To sponsor the event or place a proxy bid for art, visit nationalcowboymuseum.org/tcaa.


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