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Jim Arndt Biography:

Jim Arndt is a nationally recognized advertising and editorial photographer. He maintains studios in Santa Fe and Minneapolis and shoots for clients such as Wrangler, Chevrolet, and Harley-Davidson. His personal work has also been exhibited in galleries in Santa Fe, Taos, and Austin. He is considered one of the leading authorities on cowboy boots, having collaborated with Tyler Beard on The Cowboy Boot Book, 100 Years of Western Wear, Art of the Boot, How to be a Cowboy, and coauthor with Mary Emmerling of Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, Art of the Skull and Art of the Heart. He coauthored several Cowboy Boot books. He lives in Santa Fe.


Jim Arndt's Books

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  • Cowboy Boots

    By author: Tyler Beard   Photographs by: Jim Arndt
    Product Code: 55222
    ISBN: 978-1-58685-522-2

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    A collectible and fun little book on America's most fashionable footwear, the Small Boot Book is a close up look at the veritable trunk show of some of the most impressive cowboy boot designs from the most prestigious and famed bootmakers in the world, and is small and handy enough to carry with you when you're shopping for that next pair!

     
    Paperback / softback $15.99 Qty: Add to Cart
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  • Art of the Boot

    By author: Tyler Beard   Photographs by: Jim Arndt
    Product Code: 00268
    ISBN: 978-1-4236-0026-8

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    Now in paperback, this is the perennial best-seller that started it all, with an incredible look at the artistry happening in boot manufacturing over the last twenty years. With more than 25,000 copies sold in hardcover, Art of the Boot is a must-have guide to the artisans and manufacturers of America's classic footwear.

     
    Paperback / softback $27.99 Qty: Add to Cart
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  • Art of the Cross

    Photographs by: Jim Arndt   By author: Mary Emmerling
    Product Code: 01159
    ISBN: 978-1-4236-0115-9

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    Art of the Cross celebrates one of the world's most recognized ancient symbols-the cross. This iconic symbol predates Christianity in cultures around the world, and has been used as a religious symbol and as an ornament from the dawn of civilization. Crosses have been found in almost every part of the old world, from Scandinavia where the Tau cross symbolized the hammer of the God Thor, to India, where the vertical shaft represents the higher, celestial states of being and the horizontal bar represents the lower, earthly states.

     
    Hardback , 190 color photographs $21.99 Qty: Add to Cart
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