California Style Hobbles by Mehl Lawson

California Style Hobbles by Mehl Lawson

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Lawson’s hobbles reflect the style used by horse show competitors in California. They were produced using natural colored rawhide with a dyed interweave.

(Emeritus Member)

Mehl Lawson, an heir to the vaquero tradition of old California, is an accomplished horse trainer, sculptor, and braider. From his home and studio in Bonita, California, near San Diego, he combines the world of horses with that of fine art and rawhide-braiding artistry. His sculptures are shown annually in the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale, and he became a TCAA member in 2007. Lawson also received recognition as the 2008 Rawhide Braider of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists.

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Please note: the TCAA Show remains on exhibition through Jan 2,2023. No purchased works will be shipped before that date. Arrangements to pick up artwork or have it shipped can be made by contacting Special Exhibits Shipping Coordinator Derek Marzolf, (405) 838-1953, in advance.