August | September 2017


Articles

Perspective: Paul Kane [1810–1871] The father of Canadian art depicted life in the deep wilderness of Canada’s outback and the Northwest Territories during the 1800s Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of artisans Sundie and Brad Ruppert Rendering: An Architectural Practice Exploring functionality and the ephemeral, Robert Hutchison Architecture designs structures and installations that reach beyond the typical Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of architect Janet Jarvis Western Landmark: The Brown Palace The Grande Dame of Denver celebrates 125 years of service, stories and stardom Details: Things We Love From portable cabins to poetic cowboy hats and coffee tables made from repurposed car parts, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Auction Block: Going, going, gone American and Western artists achieve new highs at spring sales Collector’s Eye: Deborah and Warren Wadsworth Devoted art patrons and committed leaders share their perspective on collecting and giving generously Collector’s Notebook: Art in the Open The legacy of U.S. public art programs endures, reflecting communities and inviting conversations about place Wanderings: Palm Desert, California This Coachella Valley resort town has found its niche with arts, events, outdoor activities and a family-friendly feel Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of painter Caleb Meyer Editor’s Note: A Western Chronicle Designing the West: Balancing Form and Function Kate Binger, founder of Dwelling in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, creates eclectic spaces where lifestyle, aesthetics and utility intersect Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of painter Iris Scott In the Studio: The Bigger, The Better Gordon Huether’s California studio offers plenty of space and gadgetry for the creation of his monumental artworks Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of sculptor Bryce Pettit