Dancing Light is an arresting sculptural home at the base of Camelback Mountain in Arizona’s Paradise Valley community. Rammed earth, metal, and gla...

On a sticky, hot afternoon in July 2016, painter Dean Mitchell arrived at the White House at the appointed time, made his way through security, and in...

A group of top-tier American wildlife and landscape artists finds connection through their creativity. They travel, paint, hike, and discuss art toget...

When JoAnne Northrup, the curatorial director and curator of contemporary art for the Nevada Museum of Art, was inspired to put an exhibition together...

The homeowners were part-time residents of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and were already familiar with 3 Creek Ranch, a golfing community south of town, whe...

What museum can you spend the night in? And what building is more than a century old, yet brand-new? Those riddles find delightfully inviting answers ...

Forget the arch. St. Louis is a city that builds a floodwall along the Mississippi River and invites graffiti artists to leave their mark. The Mural M...

Inlay Buck Knife by Stewart Yellowhorse Malouf on the Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is proud to represent Stewart Yellowhorse, an artist who grew up ...

Not many creative professions are easily passed from one generation to another, but at Field Architecture in Los Altos, at the northern end of Califor...

As one of her first jobs after college, Shan Goshorn was hired by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Indian Arts and Crafts Board to visually doc...

Mike Wise vividly remembers his 9-year-old self being mesmerized by the half-hour PBS series “The Joy of Painting,” which debuted in early 1983. ...

David Kammerzell brings images of the Old West to vibrant new life by combining carefully researched photos, diligently studied classic illustration s...

Erik Gonzales’ large-scale creations might at first appear to be paintings. After all, they hang on the wall and possess a boldly abstracted pictori...

LaQuincey Reed is building his reputation as a figurative sculptor of bronzes that, though mostly sized to fit on a tabletop or pedestal, possess impr...

Susan McKinney’s creations in clay, and now sometimes glass, embody the meeting point of art, design, and craft. “A lot of the work I do starts wi...

In his book, Under Western Skies, historian Donald Worster writes that “regionalism is about telling differences or it has nothing to tell.” When ...

Majestic II Customizable Range from ILVE For more than 60 years, ILVE (il-vay) has been handcrafting luxury appliances from its home base just outside...

Architecture with a capital A is what Craig Hoopes has always aspired to at his Sante Fe, New Mexico, firm — not simply building. Yes, a house is pr...

The last time Mara Williams, Chief Curator of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, saw Emily Mason, it was about a week before the artist’s deat...

It’s been said that all artwork is a self-portrait. For Pamela Caughey, her increasingly non-objective work reflects a personal transition, includin...

Brenda Howell’s realist oil paintings of the Grand Canyon do more than merely display that iconic setting in all its majesty. Through the use of ski...

It took a journey to the Far East for Don Oelze to discover his deep love for the Old West. That passion ultimately led him to create richly atmospher...

Auction houses and Western art shows and sales have worked mightily to overcome challenges that are implicit in seeking buyers and selling works amid ...

Imagining a home can be tricky. This is especially true for art aficionados with an ever-evolving collection of paintings, sculpture, antiques, and co...

Last fall, a half-dozen tornados bounced through Dallas, Texas, leaving a swath of destruction in their wake and damaging hundreds of homes. Of those ...

When the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, was building their permanent collection in preparation for its 2003 opening, they were loo...

Human skulls are not new subject matter for Daniel Sprick’s paintings, but the cranium took on a more macabre significance during the coronavirus pa...

When California announced the order to self-isolate because of coronavirus in mid-March, Jim Wodark watched his spring and summer lineup of shows and ...

Although it’s a region, the West sparks creative interpretations that expand far beyond geography or location. The beauty and uniqueness of the land...

A collection of grand structures within the national parks pays tribute to the pioneering architects who embraced the harmony between rustic design an...

The Burnt Forest Collection from MFGR Designs “Just because they look like ski bums, doesn’t mean they are. Okay — they are, but they also make ...

These are the most challenging times that almost any of us can remember. But as we continue to face uncertainties and difficulties that are unpreceden...

Discovering landscape architecture at Texas A&M University was hardly David Hocker’s aha moment. For a kid who loved the outdoors, made pocket m...

Tim Lozier adds his own creative spin to classic Western-style furniture in a range of club chairs and sofas, desks and dining sets, beds and dressers...

Beth Cavener’s ceramic sculptures defy easy explanation and gravity alike. Since her 2002 residency at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana...

With modest brevity, Mardie Rees describes herself as “a sculptor of the human figure and the portrait.” Yet, that summation embraces a breadth of...

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