The Idaho Buckaroo Project, which is drawing national attention, is coming to the Four Rivers Museum and Cultural Center, in Ontario, Oregon.

The opening night, with a special presentation and an opportunity to meet the artists, will be held Friday, March 30 from 5-7 p.m A short presentation will be given at 6 p.m.

The exhibit features the gifted work of Western Traditional Artists form the Buckaroo Culture: MK Custom Idaho bits, spurs, and saddle blankets; horsehair ropes by Gloria Keys; rawhide braiding by Steve Derricott; rawhide gear by Charles Liesen, leather work by Deana Attebery and horsehair hitching by Gary Stark. These artisans are considered among the best in the nation.

Andrea Scott’s photos will be on display. She has been documenting the Buckaroo culture for the past two years and founded the Idaho Buckaroo Project to promote understanding and preserve the Buckaroo Way of Life.  Click here (buckarooposter) for the Buckaroo Project poster.

Buckaroo Poster for Ontario

 

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