February | March 2013


Rendering: Desert Intuition Kristi Hanson brings lush designs to the California desert Ones to Watch: Jared Sanders Spotlighting the works of Jared Sanders Wanderings: Honolulu, Hawaii Layered with contrast, Oahu’s urban center is rich with art, architecture and culture Ones to Watch: Karli Henneman Spotlighting the works of Karli Henneman Collector’s Eye: Marvin & Simona B. Elkin Autry trustees Marvin and Aimona B. Elkin found common ground in Western and Native American Art Ones to Watch: Clare Walton Spotlighting the works of architect Clare Walton Auction Block: Fickled Findings The art market’s final quarter proves that collectors have incredible options to acquire quality fine art Western Landmark: Kessler Collection Handpicked by the Kessler Collection’s CEO and his family, a remarkable body of fine art gives shape and warmth to ten boutique hotels Collector’s Notebook: True Social Networks Through art tours, museum member events, collectors clubs and more, art lovers can form meaningful and productive relationships with artists, art experts and other collectors In the Studio: Where Magic Happens Michael Scott’s Santa Fe studio sails over a high-desert landscape Ones to Watch: Dyani White Hawk Spotlighting the works of Dyani White Hawk Designing the West: Conceptual Design Erika Jennings taps into her clients’ emotions to create thematic homes and spaces that reflect their lifestyles and passions Ones to Watch: Mark Edward Adams Spotlighting the works of Mark Edward Adams Perspective: Bierstadt to Warhol — American Indians in the West From 19th-century Romanticism to 20th-century Realism, a new exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine arts poses fascinating questions about representation and portraiture of Native Americans across time Ones to Watch: Catherine Courtenaye Spotlighting the works of Catherine Courtenaye