A Cowboy's Daughter is a Glass/Art studio located in a renovated 1900 log cabin in historical Karst Camp, the first stagecoach stop between Gallatin Valley and Yellowstone National Park. Barbara Allen has maintained this studio for over 30 years making Flame-worked glass art that has been collected nationwide with a Christmas ornament displayed on the White House Christmas tree in 1996. Her work includes 3D sculptures of glass and mixed medium, as well as small collectibles and jewelry. Allen uses a torch that softens rods and tubes of glass that are formed into wildflowers, scent bottles and a variety of decorative art that become "one of a kind" creations. She captures the natural world by transforming glass into images of the vast landscape in which we live and play.