CHRISTOPHER BURKETT’S COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS achieve a dignity all but vanished in this digital age. His prints convey the natural world through a se...

FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHYER CURTIS SPEER knows something about transformation. In the years since his still lifes have gained the approbation of collectors...

LAST SEASON, THE TIPPET RISE ART CENTER finished its year with an extravaganza encompassing spectacle, performance, and fire. Sculptor Stephen Talasni...

IT WAS 1980 WHEN JIM DAGER FIRST saw Heart Mountain while traveling through Cody, Wyoming, on his way to Billings, Montana. Driving past Cody’s most...

IT’S EASY TO GRASP WHY A HOUSE ON A BLUFF OVERLOOKING downtown Reno, Nevada, has come to be called Shapeshifter. Depending on your vantage point...

AT THE CONFLUENCE OF THE TAYLOR AND EAST RIVERS lies the sleepy town of Almont, Colorado, an anglers paradise located halfway between the resort commu...

Tucked away among tall, lush pines in Western Montana, near the West Fork of the Bitterroot River and at the base of Trapper Peak, an oasis-like getaw...

A little more than 25 years ago, actress Ariana Richards screamed and trembled her way into our hearts in the movie “Jurassic Park,” filmed in Kau...

Hisani Table Lamps by Ankole Living While we love these Hisani table lamps for their natural elements, we also love the story behind them. It all bega...

Jim Verdone’s mantra is “less is more.” At Verdone Landscape Architects in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he’s gained a following for creating artful ...

The pitchfork is what many people notice first, its tines sharp and unforgiving, its handle rigid in the farmer’s grip. His eyes stare coolly, and h...

In his studio, Steven Handelman oversees the design and creation of wrought ironworks. Each piece is handmade by skilled craftsmen and fashioned one a...

Textile artist Melissa Cody integrates contemporary themes with traditional Diné (Navajo) tapestry designs. A fourth-generation weaver raised on the ...

Painter Noel Hudson combines the intellectual and emotional content of abstraction with the surety of representation. Through the implication of image...

Cynthia McLoughlin’s scraped and gouged paintings of ridgelines and summits on aluminum portray a raw wilderness. Glinting perspectives of a rare, p...

Recently, painter Robert Goldman completed a significant endeavor that created a visual dialogue of the Western landscape. He retraced the route of Jo...

To create layered, functional interiors that reflect her clients’ personalities and passions, interior designer Susan Stella draws on a visual educa...

Sponsored Content The trend in luxury home design of embracing an indoor/outdoor lifestyle is definitely on the rise, but the concept of joining a bui...

After sculpting for more than 40 years, Kevin Robb suffered a stroke in 2004, but that didn’t impinge on his artistic voice. Although his vocabulary...

Jonathan Keeton’s series of watercolors, Nocturnes, envelops the solitude that comes with empty streets and dimly lit shops. They bring out the echo...

Patrick Dean Hubbell explores his Diné (Navajo) identity through materials and processes that speak to nature and traditional design by way of abstra...

WILDLIFE ARTIST CARRIE WILD HAS SPENT thousands of hours outdoors, tracking, viewing, and photoraphing wildlife. She is equally at home among the impr...

RON HICKS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A FIGURATIVE PAINTER. As a little kid, he could draw the neighbors with innate accuracy. He earned scholarships in high scho...

ENCOUNTERING ONE OF PATRICK DOUGHERTY’S “stick work” sculptures feels like a mythological discovery. Architectural, anthropomorphic, or abst...

IF YOU’VE EVER SAT IN A CLASSROOM, waited in an airline terminal, or worked in a cubicle, chances are the chairs and tables were designed by Cha...

STEPPING INSIDE THE HOME OF SCULPTOR GLENNA GOODACRE in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is like entering an art museum. It’s also like following “a roadmap ...

SOMETIMES, IT’S THE FINAL STATEMENT THAT SAYS THE MOST about an architecture project. The owners of a property in Wilson, Wyoming, had just fin...

GROWING UP ON THE EAST COAST, MARION AND BOB AURAY were used to traditional architecture, the kind that depends on right angles and clean, classic lin...

Horsehair Baskets by Jane Chavez We love when someone’s passion shines through in their artwork, as it does with these coiled horsehair baskets made...

In this issue of WA&A, a statement that stood out to me came from artist Lee Andre: “We live in a fast-paced, attention demanding, disposable wo...

Masters of the American West at the Autry Museum February 9 – March 24, 2019 The Masters of the American West, the preeminent annual show and sale a...

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