October | November 2016


Western Landmark: The Joule In the Lone Star State, this boutique hotel fosters art appreciation and a revitalized Main Street in downtown Dallas Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the works of painter Bruce Everett Collector’s Eye Alan and Nadine Levin’s distinct appreciation for Western craft, art and history shines through their collection, the organizations they champion and the art they create Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the works of painter Peter Burega Collector’s Notebook: Painting the World When art and travel mix, the result is a fresh perspective no matter the era Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the works of painter Susan Goldsmith Designing the West: Curatorial Vision Drawn to storied heirlooms, tactile textures and timeless craftsmanship, Santa Fe, New Mexico, designer Chandler Prewitt creates convivial spaces that embrace his clients’ interests and collections Illuminations: Ones to watch Spotlighting the work of Warren Lloyd of Lloyd Architects Wanderings: Carmel-by-the-Sea, California Explore this artists’ colony on the coast during its centennial anniversary In the Studio: A Trip to Narnia Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern California, Ashley Collins creates a world rich with art, history, myth and her own magic Auction Block: In the Footsteps of Giants Western artists who followed Remington and Russell gain traction in late summer sales Perspective: Mabel Dodge Luhan [1879–1962] The woman who brought Modern art to Northern New Mexico, making Taos … Taos Details: Things We Love WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Rendering: Giulietti | Schouten Architects This team of Portland, Oregon, architects envision light-filled structures that reflect the clients who live there Editor’s Note: Celebrating 10 Years