All in One
There are so many facets to the Western art market that we find it nearly impossible to cover everything every single month. But we do. As the only monthly magazine dedicated solely to the market for historic and contemporary Western art, we feel that is our responsibility to keep collectors informed of everything happening each month, from auctions to museum exhibitions to gallery shows and artists groups.
And this isn’t going unnoticed. When auction houses across the country get a consignment of Western art for an upcoming auction, we are always the first people they call. In fact, in this issue, you can see proof of this in advertisements from auctions such as Heritage, Santa Fe Art Auction, Leslie Hindman, Brunk Auctions and Sotheby’s. They come to us because they know that the people who read this magazine are the best and most active collectors on the market today. They know our readers are the potential buyers of these works of art and placing an ad with us ensures that these works will be seen by the right audience.
Of course, we take pride in all of this. We love what we do. We love shining the spotlight on Western art events all across the country. We love finding gallery shows, museum exhibitions, auctions, new acquisitions, collector homes, newsy stories—anything that gives our readers insight into the market for historic and contemporary art. And, more than anything else, we love coming up with story ideas that nobody else has discovered. Our front-of-the-magazine columns are all fresh and insightful stories on timely happenings in Western art. And I can assure you that you will read about those first on the pages of this magazine. This is what we do. This is, again, what we love.