Crafting history

Crafting history

Cowboy Forge and School smiths make tools of the trade
Robert Kovarik makes a hammer in a forge at the Cowboy Forge and School run by Steve Williams. The forge was open to tours on Saturday.
Robert Kovarik shapes a hammer while Joe Archuleta holds it still. The two were working in Steve Williams' Cowboy Forge and School during The Great Mancos Arts Round Up on Saturday.
Mary Shinn/The Mancos Times

The forge heats up metal so it can be shaped into a hammer. The Cowboy Forge and School was open to the public on Saturday as part of The Great Mancos Arts Round Up Saturday.
Courtesy/The Mancos Times

Local blacksmith Steve Williams recently installed this custom made railing. Williams runs a Cowboy Forge and School near Mancos.

Crafting history

Robert Kovarik makes a hammer in a forge at the Cowboy Forge and School run by Steve Williams. The forge was open to tours on Saturday.
Robert Kovarik shapes a hammer while Joe Archuleta holds it still. The two were working in Steve Williams' Cowboy Forge and School during The Great Mancos Arts Round Up on Saturday.
Mary Shinn/The Mancos Times

The forge heats up metal so it can be shaped into a hammer. The Cowboy Forge and School was open to the public on Saturday as part of The Great Mancos Arts Round Up Saturday.
Courtesy/The Mancos Times

Local blacksmith Steve Williams recently installed this custom made railing. Williams runs a Cowboy Forge and School near Mancos.
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