April | May 2016


Collector’s Notebook: Leaving a Legacy When passion becomes philanthropy, everyone benefits Ones to Watch: Francis Di Fronzo Spotlighting the work of painter Francis Di Fronzo Designing the West: Rustic Comfort High Camp Home designs timeless, character-rich spaces that tell the story of place Ones to Watch: Matt Smith Spotlighting the work of painter Matt Smith In the Studio: Modernist Missionary For Father Bill Moore, the lines between life, work, spirit and service have long been painted over Ones to Watch: Mary Baxter Spotlighting the work of painter Mary Baxter Details: Things We Love From tipis and raw diamond cuffs to high-tech doorbells, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Perspective: Seth Eastman [1808–1875] As a pictorial historian, this soldier-artist of the frontier documented the West he knew and loved Ones to Watch: Kevin DesPlanques Spotlighting the work of furniture maker Kevin DesPlanques Auction Block: Of Wild Spaces and Untamed Places Sales and interest in all things Western stay on track Rendering: Hofmann Architecture Built for life on the road, these timeless travel trailers are powered by freedom and exceptional design Ones to Watch: Jeff Williams Spotlighting the work of architect Jeff Williams Editor’s Note: Western Reverie Western Landmark: The Culver Hotel Full of Hollywood history, this home to the stars is once again ready for its close up Collector’s Eye: J.P. Bryan Houston oilman and Texas historian J.P. Bryan is committed to sharing the history and art of the American Southwest Wanderings: Southwest Utah St. George and the surrounding red rock hamlets are dynamic art destinations