CRAFT: PARABOLA, VOLUME XVI, NO. 3; WINTER 1991. Henri Tracol, Gladys Remde, Jean Sulzberger, Harry Remde, Victor Hammer, Ananda K. Coomarswamy, Ellen Dooling Draper, Rob Baker.


New York: 1991. First printing. Paperback in very good condition; Covers a bit rubbed. Item #12588

Contains "The Use of Art" by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy - The distinction of utilitarian craftsmanship; "Spinning: Leaving Well Alone: An interview with Barbara Wheeler" - Attending the wool from sheep to woven fabric; "Some Notes on Arab Calligraphy" by Jean Sulzberger - The inscription of the geometry of the spirit; "The Craft of a Contrary Man" by Victor Hammer - The art of making the spoken word visible on the page; "Gifts from the Celestial Granary" by Marcel Griaule - The smith and the potter in Dogon cosmology; "Close to the Earth" by Gladys Remde - Containers made from the four elements; "Writing with Light" by Paul Caponigro - The photographer as silversmith; "The Master in the Stone: An interview with Alan Bird" - Clerk of the works at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine; "Birth of a Sculpture" by Henri Tracol - Recognizing the present moment in inner craft; "Les Compagnons du Devoir - An ancient French tradition lives on; "Shaping Space" by Harry Remde - Tools, machines, and a carpenter's workplace; "The Basket and World Renewal" by Julian Lang - Ritual objects for a Northwest Native American dance ;128 pages.

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