Southwestern folk art from salvaged American wood and bone

 Our intricate carvings are inspired by the bow drilling of Inuit bone carvers and the floral patterns found on saddle work of the Spanish Colonial period. The bold stripes on the horns are influenced by Navajo chiefs blankets and ceremonial Hopi Katsina dolls.

Abandoned mines & buildings are great places to get bit, shot & arrested. They’re also great places to salvage beautiful old growth lumber. The wood we use comes from countless drives, countless sources, & countless landscapes.

Cyrus Coron for Phoenix Home and Garden

Our inspiration is the folk art of the people who work the land, fish the seas, and fell the trees -- whose traditional medium has always been what remained at the end of the day’s work. Salvaged bone, wood, & metal.