The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is pleased to announce the acquisition of an important saddle made in 2009 by Chuck Stormes with saddle silver by John Ennis. Stormes, of Millarville, Canada, is a founding member of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association and is celebrating his 50th year as a saddlemaker – a remarkable achievement. The Collections Committee of the Museum’s Board of Directors approved this purchase with the express purpose of exhibiting the saddle in the reinstallation of the Museum’s fine art gallery in April of 2013. This Mother Hubbard saddle, with its flowing floral stamping and exquisitely engraved silver conchas, will be presented as functional art shown side-by-side with the works of Howard Terpning, Alan Houser and other celebrated contemporary Western artists. This acquisition is also indicative of the desire by the Board of Directors to actively pursue such important expressions of contemporary Western functional art.
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