Spring | Summer 2011


Ones to Watch: Jeff Brandner Spotlighting the work of designer and sculptor Jeff Bradner Collector’s Eye: Terry Winchell Antiques collector and dealer Terry Winchell reflects on a life filled with passion for history Ones to Watch: Stephen Sullivan Spotlighting the work of architect Stephen Sullivan Auction Block: Enthusiastic Market Steady sales numbers are balanced by patron enthusiasm at this quarter’s auctions Collector’s Notebook: Hidden from View For all sorts of collections — from art to wine — secret passageways can offer homeowners a unique and clever way to protect their property Ones to Watch: Joe Netherwood Spotlighting the work of oil painter Joe Netherwood Designing the West: Living Outside Laird Jackson Design House of Austin, Texas, elevates outdoor spaces with refined style In the Studio: William Matthews Painter William Matthews is home … at last Details: Things We Love From sea glass jewelry and moose antler chairs to chipped-stone knives, WA&A editors select their favorite objets d’art Rendering: Inspired Placemakers Passion, nature and “unexplored possibilities” inform Larry Yaw and CCY Architects’ artful contemporary architecture Ones to Watch: Nora Naranjo-Morse Spotlighting the works of sculptor Nora Naranjo-Morse Perspective: Gennie DeWeese [1921-2007] By painting what she saw with honesty and nurturing those who would follow in her footsteps, Gennie DeWeese played a pivotal role in defining the contemporary Western art scene Ones to Watch: Robert Royhl Spotlighting the work of painter and printmaker Robert Royhl Wanderings: Seattle, Washington For art lovers, architecture buffs and foodies, merely getting into, out of and around the Emerald City is an entirely worthwhile pursuit