FIFTH x ROCKDEEP M.1 Trail Shoe by Dewayne Dale Jr. Diné (Navajo) shoe designer Dewayne Dale Jr. — from the Red Running into Water Clan, born for t...

Steve Bull can’t recall a definitive moment or event 
that led him to architecture. There was no childhood epiphany over a set of building blocks;...

When Texas-based artists and twin brothers Stuart and Scott Gentling were asked why they never tried to extend their art presence and collector base b...

Some years ago, T Barny presented an exhibition of his abstract stone sculptures at LightHouse in San Francisco, an organization that promotes indepen...

The mesmerizingly detailed and realistic oil paintings by Karen Woods resonate with anyone who’s marveled at the beauty of the ordinary world when t...

Take one look at Ancient Origins, a recent work by Carrie Penley, and it’s clear that the artist resonates with the American West. An accurate yet e...

In the early 80’s, when Greg Overton was a fourth-grader in Salt Lake City, Utah, a professional artist came to speak to his class. “We had a pain...

Western art shows and sales in early spring were infused with a celebratory atmosphere as organizers, artists, and buyers in some cases gathered in pe...

The Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program offers visitors a chance to experience the settings where great paintings and sculptures were create...

With Arches National Park to the north and Canyonlands National Park to the southwest, Moab, Utah, is known as a destination for outdoor enthusiasts a...

Lisa Gidday and Amy Lehman were searching for a new dining room table when they met interior designer Gina D’Amore in her Denver Design District sho...

Grant Redden’s paintings of the people, animals, and terrain of the West have a gentle, almost tender luminosity. Even in portraying the rugged trap...

Just as a painter creates a study that becomes a completed work, homeowners seeking to plant a new garden this spring will find the project more achie...

David Phelps sculpts mostly larger-than-life yet realistic bronzes of humans and animals that often seem to rise up from or sink below the surfaces on...

Rebecca Haines resolutely resists the labels many people feel inclined to attach to an artist’s work. One glance at her dreamlike, colorful, and bol...

One day last autumn, Jim Bortz was fly fishing on the Shoshone River near his home in Cody, Wyoming. “I got so wrapped up in it,” he recalls, “t...

Judith Brunko conveys deeply felt connections to the Native American dancers and other traditionally clad figures she captures with spirited verisimil...

Robin Cole enthusiastically declares herself “primarily an oil painter now,” but she quickly adds that all her work continues to be “very much i...

In 1991, just as his career was about to take flight, Tucker Smith created a 10-by-12-inch painting of a scene he’d observed at the Kentucky Derby. ...

What can we learn about our shared region by examining the expressions of others? What historical perspective or peaceful moment does an artist call t...

There’s something special about waiting in line for a ferry. The suitcases are packed, and the air is crackling with anticipation. But unlike air tr...

“All of my peers, my team — we live in a world of architecture 24/7,” John Grable says. “It’s something that you can’t turn off, and if yo...

A Wyoming dude ranch experience is a gift that keeps on giving throughout the year. The riding, the fishing, the hearty family-style meals, the grande...

Haas Djuna Coffee + Tea Pot from L’OBJET We love the playfulness of this Haas Djuna Coffee + Tea Pot. The otherworldly landscape of Joshua Tree Nati...

For half a century, Tom Killion’s Japanese-inspired woodblock and linocut prints have celebrated the wild places of California, from the High Sierra...

When Wendy Red Star talks about her work, she describes the way things click. Sometimes when she’s driving. Almost always when she’s home. For Red...

You have to really want to find the Big Hat Ranch. After a long drive past fields of baled hay, turbulent rivers, and charming old barns, you eventual...

The final days of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 saw Western and American art auctions continue to alter formats and extend selling periods to safegua...

Seventy-seven years is a long time betweenconcept and reality. Yet it took that long for one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s visions to make it from the dra...

When the sun rises and a pink and orange sky stretches over the pastures that surround artist Bruce Greene’s ranch in Bosque County, Texas, he’s a...

The West, with its associated myths, history, geography, and development, is an abundant source of creative inspiration. And the expressions and inter...

Terri Ford was attending an opening reception in January 2016 for the California Art Club at its gallery in San Marino’s 200-year-old El Molino Viej...

Brad Overton rs asked in early 2008 as if it were yesterday. “Are you sculpting, or are you wasting your talent?” That challenge came from Angelo ...

Stephanie Hartshorn paints portraits of the built West: weathered barns, ranch houses, and grain silos; vintage tractors and railroad cars; and sun-bl...

When Terri Loewenthal creates one of her photographic artworks, a bystander might wonder what on earth is happening — that is, should the rarest of ...

Dan Knepper lives contentedly amidst the gentle farmlands of western Ohio, in a town where, he wryly boasts, “we now have two stoplights.” But aga...

Born in 1925 and raised on the Gulf Coast in the small oil town of Port Arthur, Texas, Robert Rauschenberg matured into an internationally influential...

Nomad Portable Espresso Machine from UniTerra We think you’re going to fall in love with the Nomad, just as we did. If you’re a fan of high-qualit...

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