Turning Wood into Art: The Jane and Arthur Mason Collection

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116. Bob Stocksdale. Untitled. 1989. Kingwood, lathe-turned. x x 6¾′ (8.3 x 19.7 x 17.2 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 182
117. Bob Stocksdale. Untitled. 1989. Myrtle, lathe- turned x x 6¼′ (12.1 x 15.9 x 15.9 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 183
118. Bob Stocksdale. Untitled. 1990. Masur birch, lathe-turned x 6 x 6′ (9.5 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Promised Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 184
119. Bob Stocksdale. Double Star Burst 1991. Macadamia, lathe-turned. 5 x x 4½′ (12.7 x 11.4 x 11.4 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 185
120. Bob Stocksdale. Untitled. 1994. Ziricote, lathe-turned. x 5 x 5′ (5.7 x 13 x 13 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 186
121. Bob Stocksdale Salad Bowl with Servers. 1998. Figured black walnut, lathe-turned Salad Bowl: x 14½ x 14½′ (13.3 x 36.8 x 36 8 cm); Servers: 13′ (33 cm) long. Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 187
122. Maria van Kesteren. Untitled. 1989. Elm. lathe-turned x 16 x 16′ (7 x 40.6 x 40.6 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Promised Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 188
123. Maria van Kesteren. Lidded Vessel. 1989. Elm, lathe-turned, stained. x 8 x 8′ (8.3 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 189
124. Maria van Kesteren. Container with Lid. 1997. Elm, lathe-turned. x 6 x 6′ (6.4 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 191
125. Hans Joachim Weissflog. Broken Through Ball Box. 1995. Blackwood, boxwood, lathe- turned. 3⅛ x 3⅛ x 3⅛′ (8.1 x 8.1 x 8.1 cm). Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Gift of Jane and Arthur Mason page 192

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Hogbin Stephen, et al. Curators' Focus: Turning in Context: Physical, Emotional, Spiritual, and Intellectual. Philadelphia: The Wood Turning Center, 1997.

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