Craftsmen Of The Southwest

Craftsmen of the Southwest Book


Item: Craftsmen of the Southwest

Designer/Maker: American Craftsman’s Council, Southwest Region, 1965. Dextra Frankel, Mary Jane Leland, Bernard Kester. Design by Jerry Samuelson

Description: 238 page book. Craftsmen of the Southwest contains bio-biliographical information with photographs of 151 designer-craftsmen and their works from Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. Developed in conjunction with the American Craftsmen’s Council in 1965. This important regional compilation of modern studio craftspeople includes members of the Metal Arts Guild, The Arizona Designer Craftsmen, The Allied Craftsmen of San Diego and the Southern California Designer Craftsmen. One of the best period references available for modernist studio craft and California Design.

Some of the artists include: Laura Andreson, Robert Arneson, Russell Baldwin, F. Carlton Ball, Fred Ball, Jean Balmer, Stan Bitters, Glen W. Black, Mary Balzer Buskirk, Erni and Rose Cabat, Charles Clement, Raul Coronel, Stephen J. Daly, Roger Daricarrere, Robert A. Dhaemers, Dominic Di Mare, Florence and Harry Dixon, Joel Edwards, Thomas (Tom) Ferreira, Arline Fisch, Robert Fritz, Maurice Grossman, Eevlyn Gulick, Kathy Haun, Ray Hein, Jack R. Hopkins, Freda Koblick, Nik Krevitsky, Rhoda Lopez, Sam Maloof, Alice Parrott, Mary Pendleton, Ruth and Svetozar Radakovich, Ruth Rippon, June Schwarcz, Adrain Shaw, Paolo Soleri, Bob Stocksdale, Ed Traynor, Kay Whitcomb, Beatrice Wood, Jackson and Ellamarie Woolley, Berta Wright and Ward Youry.

Dimensions: 8 1/2″ x 11″

Condition: Very good

Price: SOLD

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