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...

If there were an award for “Happiest Collector,” chances are Tim Newton, chairman of the board of the Salmagundi Art Club in New York City, would ...

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Presents: Spring 2019 Pueblo Pottery Demonstrations The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) announces its ...

GLENDALE, CA—Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment opens at Forest Lawn Museum at Forest Lawn—Glendale on December 11, ...

“As I get older and the firm gets more experienced,” Rick Joy says, “we’re really drawn to that feeling of creating silence and making archite...

MY FRIENDS WHO WERE HOSTING MY VISIT HAD TO SHOW ME THE DOLPHINS, of course. We’d just taken a lovely stroll along the downtown Kelowna boardwalk ...

What makes Charlie Ringer a contemporary Western artist isn’t subject matter — or geography — although the Montana metal artist has cut, ground,...

When designers Leela Brightenburg and Alissa Pulcrano first met in Portland, Oregon, they realized they had something unique in common. “We were wor...

FOR AN INTERNATIONAL COUPLE LIVING LONDON, their new Rocky Mountain home would be as much about art as it was about architecture. Despite the distanc...

TO UNDERSTAND AARON MORGAN BROWN’S PAINTINGS, it helps to know that he spent many summers hanging out in the Creede Repertory Theatre, located i...

ARTIST DIANA MADARAS IS PURSUING TWO OF HER LIFE PASSIONS: philanthropy and painting. As a philanthropist, she has donated more than $500,000 in artw...

Bubble Lighting from Lindsey Adelman Studios We love fresh inspiration, especially when it comes to interior components that we live with day to day. ...

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, WAS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT for Arlena Markinson back in 1986. Not so for her Brooklyn-born husband, Martin (Marty), a Broadway prod...

ACCORDING TO ROD FRASER, when people visit and sit on the patio at his family’s 3D Ranch in Bozeman, Montana, they become easily transfixed. “Ever...

Full of unexpected resonance, depth, and a sense of harmony, Tricia Rissmann employs color and texture to extoll the power of abstract form and compos...

After creating a variety of metalsmith work, Glenn Gilmore is returning to his first love: fireplace doors. The hearth, historically a central place t...

Angus Wilson’s still-life paintings quicken with color, bloom with shape, and speak of the artists upon whose shoulders he stands, and the future th...

Mixed-media artist Amy Brakeman Livezey combines found objects with contemporary abstracted landscapes. Livezey picks up bits of detritus from the pas...

First-generation immigrants, Jack and Rebecca Benaroya met at Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington. They fell in love, and for 70 years they li...

Figurative works and landscapes led western art sales in the closing weeks of 2018, with images of the region’s storied figures competing with rend...

THOSE GROWING UP IN THE WESTERN part of the United States are forever shaped by its landscape. Its open spaces mold you, its winds erode and reshape y...

STRIDING PURPOSEFULLY THROUGH SIX FLAGS OVER MID-AMERICA (now Six Flags St. Louis) on a warm June day, Teresa Elliott suddenly stopped in her tracks. ...

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