April | May 2013


Collector’s Eye: Dr. Eric Jungermann His late wife’s love of art and lifelong friendships with artists has lead to amassing a museum-quality collection Auction Block: Steady Beginnings Western art sales, large and small, proved positive for the coming year Details: Things We Love From handmade jewelry boxes and felt animal sculptures to hand-tooled antler candelabras, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Designing the West: Artistic Genesis Santa Fe interior designer Jennifer Ashton’s fresh, elegant spaces begin through the lens of art Western Landmark: Cavallo Point The lodge at the Golden Gate Bridge Collector’s Notebook: Historic Remodels By looking at massive remodels, like the Ahwahnee Hotel, homeowners can take cues for their own projects Rendering: Big Vision Sun Valley’s McLaughlin & Associates uses natural materials and timeless design to create residential works of art across the globe Ones to Watch: Amber Jean Spotlighting the works of Amber Jean Perspective: Ernest “Darcy” Chiriack Relatively unknown by name, thanks to years of work under pseudonyms, ernest Chiriacka made important contributions to the Western genre Ones to Watch: Anne Sneed Spotlighting the works of Anne Sneed In the Studio: Snowdrift Dan Lutzick renovated an enormous, dilapidated space to create a studio and gallery that inspires and influences his art Ones to Watch: Christopher Ries Spotlighting the works of Christopher Ries Wanderings: Austin, Texas Musically inclined and with a winning personality, this city is only too happy to let visitors in on the fun Ones to Watch: Diana Tremaine Spotlighting the works of Diana Tremaine