Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, October 06, 2004, Image 9

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Montana • 683-2308 • 1-800-750-2308 , ---- , Open 6 a.m. • 10 p.m. 7 days a week ^ WWW Visa-Mastercard'Discover «Cenex Convenience Card a §SreSr Page A-9 - l)n i.o \ T kiih m . - Wednesday. October 6. 2004 0 d U o p i n g U b r s e D n t e r i o r s Local metalwork artist opens new shop Photos and Story By Eiaine Spicer You've probably seen Tara Petersen's artwork, though you may not have known it was hers. Those striking gates marking the entrance to a home off of Highway 41 with the cut-out metal mountains and pine trees, were made by Petersen, as were' the metal moose silhouettes gracing the new exterior of the State Bank and Trust building. Petersen is opening a new business, Galloping Horse Interiors, in Dillon, at the former location of the Great Harvest Bakery Lab. The building at 25 S. Idaho, now owned by Bob and Cathy Hupp, will soon house several new ventures. She got her start in working with metal about seven years ago, when she started helping her grandfather, a lifelong welder, to do his work. At the time, she was teaching in Arizona and returning to Dillon in the summertime. After moving back to Dillon permanently, she decided to make metalwork her job, working at her shop at home. Now, with several years’ worth of experience under her belt, and with her metal pieces to be found in quite a number of homes and cabins around southwestern Montana, she’s focusing on her work. From cowboys and horses to wildlife and fishing, Petersen says she can make \just about anything anybody wants....Even pictures of themselves or family members.\ Petersen's shop will not only feature metal signwork, but copper tables, lamps, plant hangers, and such, sold under the name \T.P. Originals\. She can make anything from little hooks to deck railings, large signs to tables, chairs, and barstools. From hot racks for your kitchen to curtain rods and bathroom fixtures, including mirrors and shower door inserts. She even makes chandeliers, many decorated with bronc-riding cowboys and other western-style details. Rope might be called her trademark, and she prides herself in twisting her own metal ropework by hand, not using readymade. If you don't see what you're looking for, Petersen is happy take custom orders for just the right thing. Her tabletops range from handmade butcher block to handtooled leather, and she can even put your own brand on the leather. Galloping Horse Interiors will also house handmade and unique home interior and decor pieces that Petersen says she feels goes well with her own custom made work. The store will have rugs, pillows, gift items, and a handful of antique furniture pieces. Visitors to the shop will also see Jolene Mehri's \Cowgirl Bou­ tique”, offering jewelry and other items, many handmade. The boutique's inventory will include silver jewelry, purses and accesso­ ries, and western concho belts, which, Petersen notes, \the girls will love\. \They're very cool looking, very unique.\ The boutique will also offer \Cowgirl Cosmetics\ including lotions and such. Petersen decided the Dillon area needed a shop such as the one she's creating, when, perusing some catalogs featuring handmade western-style decorative items, she thought, \1 wish we could have that here.\ Galloping Horse Interiors will open Saturday, October 9 at 9:00 a.m. All are invited to attend a Grand Opening set for Monday, Octo­ ber 18, with refreshments to be served. The shop's regular hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., and Petersen will be open additional hours, including Sundays, during the holidays and other peak times. Visit the shop at 25 S. Idaho, or call Galloping Horse Interiors at 683-9752. Galloping Horse Interiors Tara Petersen's Galloping Horse Interiors opens this week, with Saturday, October 9, at 9:00 a.m. the official opening of the shop, which can be found at 25 S. Idaho, in the former Great Harvest Bakery Lab. Petersen will offer her custom made metal western, wildlife and fishing home decoration items, along with silver jewelry, rugs, pillows, and more. Stop by and see what the newest shop in Dillon has to offer. Elaine Spicer Photos Cowboy up This bronc-riding cowboy is just one of the many hand­ made, custom crafted details Tara Petersen is capable of putting into her work. See more at her new shop, Gal­ loping Horse Interiors, located at 25 S. Idaho, in the former location of the Great Harvest Bakery Lab. The shop houses unique home interior items. Galloping Horse Interiors is also the home of the \Cowgirl Boutique\ which features jew­ elry and cosmetics. Y o u h a v e a l o t o f g o o d r e a s o n s . . . Homecoming arrives at UM-Western The University of Montana- Western announced the calendar for Homecoming Week, Monday October 4-Saturday October 9. The annual Homecoming Week window painting contest runs through Thursday. Wednesday will see a Poster Sale in the Student Union Build­ ing (SUB) from 10:00.a.m.-6:00 p.m. Wednesday's dress-up day is \Western Day\ (diess like a cow­ boy). Thursday, Western students will vote for Homecoming King and Queen from 12:00-2:00 p.m. in the Lucy Carson Library or 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the Dining Hall. There is Intramural Flag Foot­ ball Thursday from 6:00 p.in.-9:00 p.m. at the softball fields on High­ way 41. The UM-Western volleyball team hosts the University of Great Falls at 7:00 p.m. at the Straugh Gymnasium in a Fron­ tier Conference match. Friday is UM-Western \Spirit Day\. Dress in your finest red and black in honor of the home team! Western students will have another opportunity to vote for Homecoming King and Queen in Main Hall, second floor, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. or on the lawn out­ side the SUB. Alumni basketball games be­ tween the current Bulldog and Lady Bulldog teams against Alumni teams will be part of the Friday fun. The women's game tipnlT is at 7:00 p.m., followed by the men at 8:00 p m. Saturday, the Western Bull dogs host Rocky Mountain in a Frontier Conference football game. Kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. at Vigilante Field. Pregame activities include free face painting for children at the Alumni and Friends Barbe­ cue, which will be from 11:00 a.in - 1:00 p.m. and can be found behind the Grandstands. On the menu are chili dogs and pop. Frontier Con­ ference volleyball begins at b.00 p in. with the Lady Dawgs against MSU-Northern ¡it 6:00 p.m. Also, the 2004 Hull of Fame Banquet will be held at the Lewis and Clark Room. A social hour begins at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Banquet and Induction Ceremonies at TOO p.m. 2001 Inductees include Mike Cut­ ler, Manny Gar/a and Dan Olson in football, Sliav n Lessen in wres­ tling, and .less Martin in rodeo. D i s c o v e r y W i r e l e s s CELLULARONE® .■Uitlioiizi’il Dealer N E W P R E P A I D P L A N I T ’ S S I M P L E ! NO C O N T R A C T • N O C R E D IT C H E C K S NO H A S S L E * NO A G E R E S T R IC T IO N S $QQ95 JUST Complete Starter Package Inc. Cell Phone AND YOU WALK OUT THE DOORWITH... □ Digital Cell Phone □ Free Voice Mail □ 350 Anytime Minutes • First Month Paid n Toll Free USA Calling □ Only $35/Mo. After First Month □ Unlimited Night and Weekend Calling! ■\

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