October | November 2013


Articles

Perspective: Frederick Remington Haunted by mortality — both his own and that of the soldiers he watched perish in the Spanish-American War — late in his career the artist turned his focus to painting startling nocturnes Ones to Watch: Painter Cesar Santos Spotlighting the works of painter Cesar Santos Rendering: Pared Down Elegance Considered the father of texas Modernism, architect Frank welch combines modesty, scale and simple beauty in perfect proportion Ones to Watch: Mixed-media Artist Christopher Owen Nelson Spotlighting the works of mixed-media artist Christopher Owen Nelson Wanderings: Salt Lake City, Utah Pioneer heritage and scenic mountain vistas are signatures of Utah’s capital, but a growing number of young contemporary artists, entrepreneurs and bon vivants are making their mark on the high-desert landscape Ones to Watch: Artist Crista Ann Ames Spotlighting the works of ceramic artist Crista Ann Ames Western Landmark: Alisal Guest Ranch Owned and operated by the Jackson family for nearly 70 years, California’s storied resort offers a timeless getaway Auction Block: Peak Season Western art sales exceed expectations and events draw thousands of collectors Collector’s Eye: Gerald Peters When it comes to fine art, there is no distinction between work and pleasure Details: Things We Love From leather-and-wool cowboy boots and natural stone belts to metalware vessels, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Designing the West: Fresh Western In an expansive new showroom at the Denver Mart, the western home & Design Center curates an eclectic collection of western furnishings from top artisans, furniture makers and craftsmen In the Studio: Ed Morgan In a home that was once an officers’ barracks for the Spanish Army and the personal residence of Oscar Berninghaus, artist Ed Morgan has crafted a studio that inspires and gives rise to his own remarkable work Ones to Watch: Sculptor Tammy Bality Spotlighting the works of sculptor Tammy Bality