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December/January 2010

Volume #: 
69
Issue #: 
6

Issue Articles

Honors, transitions and remembrances.

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Taking a “happy chic” approach to both design and life.

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A critique of the Milwaukee Art Museum show.

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Jody Clowes critiques Viola Frey's ceramics at the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin.

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Sarah Tanguy appraises the narrative work of four artists in the Renwick Gallery‘s biennial invitational.


 

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The voices of makers are heard through letters, reports, articles, notes and oral histories.

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The jewelry on display at Shibumi Gallery in Berkeley, CA, is enhanced by its surroundings.

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Arnie Zimmerman invades RISD with with a miniature city.

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The Hawaiian artist keeps his cultural traditions alive with modern designs.

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Guest editor Janet Koplos ponders the passion of the craft community.

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Elizabeth Lopeman explores Laura Splan's use of surprising materials such as facial peel
and her references to both textiles and body elements.

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Sometimes craft skills skip a generation. DIY practitioner Meribah Knight looks to her grandmother's sewing circle for inspiration while adapting it to the Internet age.

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This California master pares things down to a narrow set of parameters within which he finds extraordinary richness. Maria Porges reflects on how his approach to clay borrows from his parallel enterprise as a musician.

 

 

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Recognizing ten individuals for their contributions to the craft field, the American Craft Council honors its own for leadership, artistry and service.

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Meganne Fabrega finds Portsmouth, NH, a coastal city, to be a welcoming destination for craft, offering a sense of history and abundant cultural happenings.

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Julian LaVerdiere brings a craft/art background to the seemingly magical realm of production design for films and commercials. Jeremy Lebensohn looks into the process behind the illusion.

 

 

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In the April 1973 Craft Horizons, Allan Peterson wrote about Albert Paley's outsized jewelry, the focus of his early career. Christine Kaminsky documents the Rochester artist's subsequent achievements in monumental sculptural and architectural metalwork and the recognition it has brought him over more than three decades.

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Artists, educators, writers and gallery owners mull over the challenges of their careers.

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TV’s Timbersports leads Glenn Adamson to consider crafts judged by process instead of results.

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