Turning Wood into Art: The Jane and Arthur Mason Collection

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
#415 ( Shuler), 164, 165
#592 ( Shuler), 39, 116
#781 ( Shuler), 164, 165
#784 ( Shuler), 167
#791 ( Shuler), 164, 165
#86123 ( Dotson), 13, 55
#90036 ( Dotson), 40, 56
#90041 ( Dotson ), 57
Absolute Ebony #1107 ( Hunter), 95
Aegina Bowl ( Holzapfel), 23, 42, 74, 75
Alien Huddle ( Puryear), 23, 23
Amalgam II ( Mark Lindquiest), 44, 120
Ancient Inner Anagogical Vessel Emerging ( Mark Lindquist), 121
Arnheim, Rudolph, 27-28
Arp, Hans (Jean), 23, 44
Ascending Bowl #7 ( Mark Lindquist), 117
Banded Vessel ( Kvitka), 105
Baskets ( Burchard), 52, 53
Begin Again ( Slentz), 168, 169
Between Heaven and Earth ( Burchard), 50, 51
Boob Box on a Stick ( Hosaluk and Sfirri), 22, 83
Bowl ( Hoyer), 87
Branching in American Beech ( Feininger), 25
Broken Through Bali Box ( Weissflög), 9, 40, 192
Bryant, Anthony, Untitled, 48, 49
Burchard, Christian
Baskets, 52, 53
Between Heaven and Earth, 50, 51
buried wood, as material, 21, 41-42, 45
Burned X series ( Hoyer), 14, 23, 32, 33, 42-43, 88
Captive #6C ( Mark Lindquist), 118
Cellarius, Andreas, The Celestial Sphere, from Atlas Celestis seu Harmonica Macrocosmica, 17, 17
chance techniques, 21, 40
chemicals, use of, 20, 37-39, 41, 45
Chieftain's Bowl ( Mark Lindquist), 8, 9, 14, 21, 119
Citrus-Citrine ( Cummings), 54
Conical Series ( Hoyer), 13, 84, 85
Connell, Martha, 12
Container with Lid ( van Kesteren), 190, 191
Convergence #808 ( Hunter), 94
Cummings, Frank E., III, Citrus-Citrine, 54
Cutting Loose #1254 ( Hunter), 28, 98, 99
de Chirico Bowl ( Sakwa), 9, 158
Dotson, Virginia, 13, 20, 36, 43, 45
#86123, 13, 55
#90036, 40, 56
#90041, 57
Night Music #95092, 58
Double Star Burst ( Stocksdale), 185
Duchamp, Marcel, 19-21
Ellsworth, David, 9, 37
Homage Pot #7, 69
Man, and the Forest Architecture: Mother and Teen, 11, 42, 62, 63
Oak Pot, 68
Signature Bowl #4, 66
Spirit Vessel (multiple works), 67
Untitled Vessel ( 1978), 59
Untitle Vessle ( 1979), 60-61
Untitled Vessel ( 1987), 10, 11, 21, 41, 64
Untitled ( 1989), 65
on wood turning, 11, 21, 36, 41
Experience ( Hogbin), 72
Fast Grass #1218 ( Hunter), 40, 96
Fat Tuesday ( Lamar), 109
Feininger, Andreas, 24-25
Branching in America n Beech, 25
fire, as surface treatment, 23-24, 41, 43. See also Hoyer, Burned X series
Firebird ( Fleming), 70
Fleming, Ron, Firebird, 70
formal style (vessel), 38-40
Four Parts of the Whole ( Slentz), 170-71
free-form sculpture, 44-45
freestyle turning, 21
From the Blood Vessel Series ( Partridge), 23, 148, 149
Geode #231 ( Horn), 79
Giedion, Siegfried, 29
Gilson, Giles, 20
Windy Day, 71
green turning, 21-22
Hallowed Vessel Series ( Hoyer), 43, 89
Hillman, James, 22
Hogbin, Stephen, 26
Experience, 72
Walking Bowl, 9, 73
Holzapfel, Michelle T., 13, 23, 29-30, 34
Aegina Bowl, 23, 42, 74, 75
Querus, 42, 76, 77
Homage Pot #7 ( Ellsworth), 69
Hooper, Richard, 45
White Bipod, 78
Horn, Robyn, 13, 44-45
Geode #231, 79
Narrow Spaces, 45, 80, 81
Stepping Stone, 82
Hosaluk, Michael, 22
and Sfirri, Boob Box on a Stick, 22, 83
Hovercraft for Gnomes #4 ( Mitchell), 127
Hoyer, Todd, 13-14, 21-22, 42-43
Bowl, 87
Burned X series, 14, 23, 32, 33, 42-43, 88
Conical Series, 13, 84, 85
Hallowed Vessel Series, 43, 89
Peeling Orb, 14, 86
Untitled, 14, 23, 32, 33, 43, 88
Hunter, William, 39
Absolute Ebony #1107, 95
Convergence, #808, 94
Cutting Loose #1254, 28, 98, 99
Fast Grass #1218, 40, 96
Kinetic Rhythms #1277, 9, 40, 97
Ruby Dish #830, 92, 93
Three Hearts #758, 91
Untitled #1874, 90
informal style (vessel), 37, 40-42
Jacobson, Edward, 11, 13, 15, 33
Jelly Donut ( Saylan), 159
Jordan, John
Untitled ( 1993), 100
Untitled ( 1998), 101
Judd, Donald, 34
Kent, Ronald, 12, 38
Small Gold Translucent Bowl, 38, 104
Untitled ( 1986), 102, 103
Kessler, Jane, 37
Kimona, The ( Peterson), 152
Kinetic Rhythms #1277 ( Hunter), 9, 40, 97
Kvitka, Dan, Banded Vessel, 105
Lamar, Stoney, 26, 44-45
Fat Tuesday, 109
Maple Vector #1, 108
Watch in the Wilderness, 106, 107
laminated Baltic birch plywood, use of, 40, 45
Landscape Series, 41
lathe-turned forms. See turned-wood forms
Latven, Bud, 39
Triangles Series #1, 39-40, 110, 111
Leong, Po Shun, 43-44
Pompeii, 43-44, 112-13
Lidded Cup ( Kaiser Rudolf II), 16, 17
Lidded Vessel ( van Kesteren), 189
Lindquist, Mark, 14, 15, 21
Amalgam II, 44, 120
Ancient Inner Anagogical Vessel Emerging, 121
Ascending Bowl #7, 117
Captive #6C, 118
Chieftain's Bowl, 8, 9, 14, 21, 119
Totem, 116
Untitled, 114, 115
on wood turning, 22, 44
Lindquist, Melvin, 14, 21, 36, 37, 41
Nutural Top Bowl, 21, 41, 122
Natural Top Hopi Bowl, 123
Turned and Carved Sculptural Vase #3, 124
Lotus Bowl ( Sakwa), 157
Madsen, Loren, Statistical Abstract: Pipes, 27, 27
Man, and the Forest Architecture: Mother and Teen ( Ellsworth), 11, 42, 62, 63
Mandala of Vajrabhairava, 29, 30
Maple Vector #1 ( Lamar), 108
Michelson, Johannes, 20
Untitled (Grey Lacquered with Spalted Maple' Neck), 20, 125
Mitchell, Bruce, 12, 22
Hovereraft for Gnomes #4, 127
Nocturnal Eclipse #5, 126
Morning Glory ( Ed Moulthrop), 130, 131
Mosaic Egg ( Nash), 24, 24
Moulthrop, Ed.9, 11-12, 14, 36
Morning Glory, 130, 131
Saturn, 31, 132, 133
Untitled ( 1987), 12, 128
Untitled ( 1988), 129
Untitled ( 1991), 134
on wood turning, 21, 37
Moulthrop, Philip, 31
Saturn, 31, 137
Untitled ( 1988, red maple), 136
Untitled ( 1988, spalted maple), 135
Vertical Pine Mosaic Bowl, 139
Whitle Pine Mosaic Bowl, 138
Multi-axis Candlestick #1 ( Sfirri), 34, 38, 162
multi-axis turning techniques, 26, 38, 45
Narrow Spaces ( Horn), 45, 80, 81
Nash, David, 23-24
Moscaic Egg, 24
Natural Top Bowl ( Mel Lindquist), 21, 41, 122
Natural Top Hopi Bowl ( Mel Lindquist), 123
Navaho Land, Landscape Series ( Peterson), 41, 150
Night Music #95092 ( Dotson), 58
Nish, Dale. 14, 20, 21
on James Prestini, 36-37
Sandblasted Vessel #2, 140, 141
Nocturnal Eclipse #5 ( Mitchell), 126
Oak Pot ( Ellsworth), 68

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword and Acknowledgments 6
  • Preface 9
  • The First Year 11
  • As the World Turns: Wood Turning in an Expanded Context 17
  • A Passion for Wood: the Jane and Arthur Mason Collection 33
  • Notes 46
  • Cataloque of the Exhibition 47
  • Checklist of the Exhibition 194
  • Selected Bibliography 197
  • Biographies of the Artists 199
  • Index 207
  • Photograph Credits 208
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