Randy Glover has been in the Big Bend since the 1970s. He moved here to concentrate on horsemanship at Sul Ross State University, has worked on ranches all over the area, and was once an equestrian guide in Big Bend National Park. Glover often participates on o6 Ranch livestock round-ups, and presently manages a ranch adjacent to the Nature Conservancy in Jeff Davis County.
As a working cowboy, Glover has seen a lot of the beauty this region has to offer, and those vistas directly inspire his contemporary Southwestern jewelry line, consisting mostly of sterling silver, copper and turquoise.
Take, for instance, a necklace design named #9. At the end of a long day, Glover and the other working cowboys pitched their tee-pees and bedrolls at location #9 on the o6 Ranch. As Glover peered out of his tee-pee, he witnessed a beautiful harvest moon rising in the night sky. The image made such an impression that he recreated it in a triangle of intricately embossed sterling silver hugging a gently hammered copper orb on a jet-black background. The jewelry glows as if moonlit from that special evening.