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Katy Parnello: From Stage to Workshop

How an off-Broadway actress, who once doubled as Tina Fey on 30 Rock, became a mountain-town woodworker.

Branching Out With Patrick Dougherty

This artist builds life-size fairytale structures that look like they belong to fair maidens or beanstalk climbers.

A New Design Showroom for Rustic Treasures

The team at WRJ Design creates a separate space for one-of-a-kind finds collected from around the world.

The Horsehair Creations of Jane Chavez

Exquisite baskets crafted from glossy coils of horsehair, embellished with beads, feathers, coral, or bone.

Chessney Sevier Paints the True West

Glimpses of Western life, with rugged landscapes populated by cowboys, horses, and cattle.

Painter in the Park

Anthony Rudisill's paintings capture the natural beauty of our national parks in exquisite detail.

Introducing Our New Editor in Chief!

Former editor and publisher Darla Worden returns to her magazine roots at the editorial head of Mountain Living.

For Owen Mortensen, Nature is His Muse

In northern Utah, artist Owen Mortensen transforms flora and fauna indigenous to the American west into modern home decor.

Steven Maslach's Contemporary Glass Sculptures

Maslach's been working with glass for 47 years and loves that it's “profoundly interesting to work with."

Liz Quan's Pendant Lights

These sculptural White Coral pendant lights came to fruition through what the ceramic artist calls an “intuitive and experimental process.”

Danny Singer's Street Stories

"My connection to the West is to the prairie," says the artist known for images of enormous skies over rural towns. "It excites me."

Nicola Hicks and Her Animal Sculptures

Growing up, Nicola wanted to be a cowboy; now she channels the wild west with her perceptive animal forms.
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