Turning Wood into Art: The Jane and Arthur Mason Collection

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O'Neill, Liam, 12
QE II Series, 143
Untitled, 142
Osolnik, Rude, 12, 14, 26, 36
Three Candlesticks, 34, 37, 38, 147
Untitled ( 1986), 144, 145
Untitled ( 1986, walnut), 40, 146
on wood choice, 37, 41, 45
Partridge, James, 23, 148, 149
Peeling Orb ( Hoyer), 14, 86
Peterson, Michael J., 21, 41
The Kimona, 152
Navaho Land, Landscape Series, 150
Tusk from the Coastal Series, 41, 155
Untitled, 153
Water Way Course, Landscape Series, 41, 154
Wind Drift and Sea Drift, 41, 151
Phantom Vessel III #808 ( Hunter), 94
Pompeii ( Leong), 43-44, 112-13
Prestini, James, 14, 18, 18, 36-37, 45
Untitled, 36-37, 156
Puryear, Martin, Alien Huddle, 23, 23
QE II Series ( O'Neill), 12, 143
Querus ( Holzapfel), 42, 76, 77
Rapp, Joanne, 12, 13
Read, Herbert, 28, 36, 40-41
Rodin, Auguste, 44
Ruby Dish #830 ( Hunter), 92, 93
Rudolf II, Kaiser, Lidded Cup, 16, 17
Ruskin, John, 20, 26
Sakwa, Hap, 9, 15
de Chirico Bowl, 9, 158
Lotus Bowl, 157
Salad Bowl with Servers ( Stocksdale), 34, 187
Sandblasted Vessel #2 ( Nish), 140, 141
Saturn ( E. Moulthrop), 31, 132, 133
Saturn ( P. Moulthrop), 31, 137
Saturn Box ( Weissflög), 30-31
Saylan, Merryll, 13, 20
Jelly Donut159
Untitled, 160
Scarpino, Betty J., 13
Untitled, 161
sculpture, free-form, 44-45
Sfirri, Mark, 22
and Hosaluk, Boob Box on a Stick, 22, 83
Multi-axis Candlestick #1, 34, 38, 162
Shulen Michael, 39
#415, 164, 165
#592, 39, 166
#781, 164, 165
#784, 167
#791, 164, 165
Signature Bowl #4 ( Ellsworth), 66
Slentz, Jack R.
Begin Again, 168, 169
Four Parts of the Whole, 170-71
Small Gold Translucent Bowl ( Kent), 38, 104
Smith, Hayley; 13, 22
spalted wood, as material, 37, 38, 41
Spirit Vessel ( Ellsworth, multiple works), 67
Statistical Abstract: Pipes ( Madsen), 27, 27
Stepping Stone ( Horn), 82
Stirt, Alan, Where I Live, 42, 172, 173
Stocksdale, Bob, 9, 13, 14, 36
Double Star Burst, 185
Salad Bowl with Servers, 34, 187
Untitled ( 1982), 174
Untitled ( 1986), 175
Untitled ( 1987), 176
Untitled ( 1987), 177
Untitled ( 1987), 178
Untitled ( 1987), 179
Untitled ( 1988), 180
Untitled ( 1989), 181
Untitled ( 1989), 182
Untitled ( 1989), 183
Untitled ( 1990), 184
Untitled ( 1994), 186
on wood turning, 20, 37
symbolic style (vessel), 42-44
techniques, wood turning, 20, 38
chance, 21, 40
freestyle turning, 21
green turning, 21-22
multi-axis, 26, 38, 45
Three Candlesticks ( Osolnik), 34, 37, 38, 147
Three Hears #758 ( Hunter), 91
Totem ( Mark Lindquist), 116
treatments, surface
exposure to natural elements, 23-24, 41, 43
use of chemicals, 20, 37-39, 41, 45
Triangles Series #1 ( Latven), 39-40, 110, 111
Turned and Carved Sculptural Vase #4 ( Mel Lindquist), 124
turned-wood forms
"art versus craft" issue, 17-20.37, 44
collaborations, 22
compared with pottery, 11, 36, 44
convexity concept in, 26-28, 30
cosigned material and artist, 22
versus direct carving, 38
titan versus function in, 22-23, 36
history of, 17, 18, 28, 38
influences on, 19, 21
innovations in, 38
organic nature of, 23-24, 29-30, 34, 41, 43
role of cosmology in, 27, 131
surface treatments for. See treatments, surface techniques in. See techniques, wood turning and "turner-as-finder," 21, 26-27, 36
Tusk from the Coastal Series ( Peterson), 41, 155
Untitled ( Bryant), 48, 49
Untitled ( Hoyer), 14, 23, 32, 33, 43, 88
Untitled ( Jordan, 1993), 100
Untitled ( Jordan, 1998), 101
Untitled ( Kent), 102, 103
Untitled ( Mark Lindquist), 114, 115
Untitled (Grey Lacquered with Spalted Maple Neck) ( Michelson), 20, 125
Untitled ( Ed Moulthrop, 1987), 12, 128
Untitled ( Ed Moulthrop, 1988), 129
Untitled ( Ed Muuhhrop, 1991), 134
Untitled ( Philip Moulthrop, 1988, red maple), 136
Untitled ( Philip Moulthrop, 1988, spalted maple), 135
Untitled ( O'Neill), 142
Untitled ( Osolnik, 1986, ivorywood), 144, 145
Untitled ( Osolnik, 1986, walnut), 40, 146
Untitled ( Peterson), 153
Untitled ( Prestini), 36-37, 156
Untitled ( Saylan), 160
Untitled ( Scarpino), 161
Untitled ( Sfirri), 163
Untitled ( Stocksdale, multiple works), 13, 174-84, 186
Untitled ( van Kesteren), 20, 188
Untitled #1874 ( Hunter), 90
Untitled Vessel ( Ellsworth, 1978), 59
Untitled Vessel ( Ellsworth, 1979), 60-61
Untitled Vessel ( Ellsworth, 1987), 10, 11, 21, 41, 64
Untitled Vessel ( Ellsworth, 1989), 65
van Kesteren, Maria, 20, 26
Container with Lid, 190, 191
Lidded Vessel, 189
Untitled, 20, 188
Vertical Pine Mosaic Bowl ( Philip Moulthrop), 139
vessels, turned-wood, 34
formal style, 38-40
form versus function in, 22-23, 36
informal style, 37, 40-42
symbolic style, 42-44
Voulkos, Peter, 44
Walking Bowl ( Hogbin), 9, 73
Watch in the Wilderness ( Lamar), 106, 107
Water Way Course, Landscape Series ( Peterson), 41, 154
Weissflög, Hans Joachim, 39
Broken Through Ball Box, 9, 40, 192
Saturn Box, 30, 31
Where I Live ( Stirt), 42, 172, 173
White Bipod ( Hooper), 45, 78
White Pine Mosaic Bowl ( Philip Moulthrop), 138
Wind Drift and Sea Drift ( Peterson), 41, 151
Windy Day ( Gilson), 71
wood turning. See turned-wood forms
Wood Turning Center, 14

Photograph Credits

All color photographs by Bruce Miller except pages 108, 115: David Ramsey

Black-and-white illustrations Page 16: courtesy Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen; 17: courtesy New York Public Library, Map Division; 18: Eric E. Miller; 19: Joseph Szaszfai; 23: © Sarah Wells; 24: D. James Dee; 25: © Andreas Feininger; 27: Courtesy McKee Gallery, New York; 29: © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco; 30, above: courtesy National Aeronautical Space Archives, 30, below: John Carlano

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Table of contents

  • 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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