Fall | Winter 2011


Details: Things We Love From embroidered linen pillows and sculptural gourds to contemporary native basketry, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Rendering: Listening to the Land Channeling the romantic idea of the Old West is one way to design a home; for Ward + Blake Architects, letting the Western landscape dictate architecture is another Ones to Watch: Kensuke Yamada Spotlighting the works of sculptor Kensuke Yamada Perspective: Gerard Curtis Delano [1890-1972] The artist reached his highest expression in distinctive paintings of the Navajo people and their landscape Ones to Watch: Dean Mabe Spotlighting the work of painter Dean Mabe Wanderings: Sedona, Arizona Discovering the art of the red rocks Ones to Watch: Susan von Borstel Spotlighting the work of painter and zoologist Susan von Borstel In the Studio: Tom Rodrigues With passion for art and winemaking, Tom Rodrigues carves out an ideal working space in Mendocino County Ones to Watch: Kay Sekimachi Spotlighting the work of fiber and textile artist Kay Sekimachi Auction Block: Closing Strong Record sales indicate an upward trend in the market Designing the West: Nothing to Hide Designer Kyle Bunting looks to the familiar for inspiration Ones to Watch: Matthew Baird Spotlighting the work of architect Matthew Baird Collector’s Eye: Eugenie Johnson With significant collections of Outsider art, Southwest art and work by contemporary Chicago artists, Eugenie Johnson reflects on living with art Collector’s Notebook: Original Prints How etching and lithography changed the art world, and shaped the careers of such giants as Frederic Remington, Thomas Moran and Carl Rungius Western Landmark: Arizona Biltmore Infused with the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Arizona Biltmore has charmed visitors for more than 80 years