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FURNITURE STUDIO 4: FOCUS ON MATERIALS

FURNITURE STUDIO 4: FOCUS ON MATERIALS
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Studies how contemporary studio furniture artists are responding to materials challenges such as the scarcity of exotic timber and are exploring the use of metal, stone, glass and other materials. Includes a photo essay on drawing, a memoir by a leading artist that explains how she broke into new design realms, a juried portfolio of student work, and a look at the San Diego school of Wendy Maruyama, a number of other very interesting essays.

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