December 2016 | January 2017


Articles

Western Landmark: Gateway Canyons Off the beaten path in Colorado, this luxury resort encourages exploration and learning amid vibrant red rock scenery Wanderings: Flagstaff, Arizona Answering “The Call of the Canyon,” this mountain town offers scenic views, historic stops and a thriving artistic community any time of year Collector’s Notebook: Art’s Impact Through Philanthropy Among its many purposes, art can be a tool for change Details: Things We Love From hand-painted flasks to Pop Art cowgirl boots, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Auction Block: Of Collections and Collectors Prices remain consistent for works by key Western and American artists Editor’s Note: The Art of Observation In the Studio: We’re All in this Together In a hand-built studio in the Pacific Northwest, Robert McCauley creates works that embrace the ecologically rich region and examine the relationship between man and beast Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of artist Mike Weber Rendering: Born to be Bold Inspired by Bauhaus and California Modernism, architect Dan Brunn tests the limits of minimalism Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of artist Nagakura Kenichi Perspective: Belmore Browne [1880–1954] and George Browne [1918–1958] As outdoorsmen painters, this father-and-son duo embodied a love of adventure and art Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of artist Claire Brewster Designing the West: Personality and Panache Equal parts television star, fashionista and successful business owner, designer Nina Magon creates bold spaces infused with her sophisticated sense of chic Illuminations: Ones to Watch Spotlighting the works of silversmith Isaac Dial Collector’s Eye Illuminations: Ones to Watch Spotlighting the work of Miller Dahlstrand De Jean Architects