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Catalina Pottery: bringing home California flavor
NEW YORK – California’s Catalina Island has been a resort destination, a stopover for pirates and smugglers and the spring training camp of the Chicago Cubs from 1921-1951. To the many tourists who have ever vacationed on or took a day trip to the picturesque island is known for its colorful pottery and tiled wares. […]
A tenderfoot’s intro to Native American pottery
NEW YORK – Native American pottery has long been appreciated by those with an archaeologist’s interest in the past and all who simply appreciate the beautiful craftsmanship and material culture of the Southwest. For over a thousand years, indigenous people there have made pottery by hand.
Decorators say bully for Brutalist lighting
NEW YORK – Minimalism went to the max in the Brutalist design style that was hugely popular in the midcentury era, particularly the 1950s and ’60s. Distinguished by an austere, brutal look that swapped ornate details for a crude and plain look, often with jagged edges, Brutalist decorative goods for the home achieved elegance through […]
Giving African-American artists their due
NEW YORK – African-American artists have played a critical role in the canon of American art history for years but still remain undervalued despite the bevy of well-known artists like Charles Ethan Porter, Faith Ringgold, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Edmonia Lewis, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kara Walker, Sam Gilliam and others.