While still in politics, Cindy met and married her husband Dan, and together they had their first child, Scott, who never imagined he would go into the family business.
Scott graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio, and the University of Oklahoma, where he completed his masters and doctoral course work and exams, specializing in Native American art, literature, and film.
Scott transitioned from academia into curatorial practice as Executive Director of the the Brett Weston Archive, and curator of the Christian K. Keesee collections in Oklahoma, New York, and Colorado, working with international publishers, museums, and auction houses.
Scott's curatorial work led him back to the family business in Indigenous art. An Accredited Member of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA AM), for more than twenty-five years Scott has served as a specialist for auction houses (Sotheby's, Santa Fe Art Auction), auctioneer for non-profits (SWAIA, MIAC), and judge for various art fairs, while providing thousands of USPAP and IRS Qualified art appraisals for courts, finance, insurance, estates, taxes and donations.