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Full text of "Craftsmanship : February 5 through 23, 1958, Los Angeles County Museum, Exposition Park, Los Angeles"

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February 5 through 23, 1958 



Los Angeles County Museum 

Exposition Park, Los Angeles 






LOS ANGELES 
COUNTY 

MUSEUM 



Jean Delacour, Director 

Charles F. Gehring, Assistant Director 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

William T. Sesnon, Jr. 
President 

Ed. N. Harrison 

First Vice President 

Mrs. Rudolph S. Liebig 

Second Vice President 

William J. Scheffler 

Secretary 

Edward W. Carter 

Dr. Rufus B. von 



C. V. Duff 

John Jewett Garland 
David W. Hearst 
Roger W. Jessup 
Joseph B. Koepfli 
Charles O. Matcham 
John R. Pemberton 
Norton Simon 
Maynard Toll 
Kleinsmid 



STAFF OF THE ART DIVISION 
Richard F. Brown, Chief Curator of Art 
James H. Elliott, Assistant Chief Curator of Art 
Ebria Feinblatt, Curator of Prints and Draivings 
Stefania P. Holt, Curator of Costumes and Textiles 
Gregor Norman-Wilcox*, Curator of Decorative Arts 
William Osmun, Acting Curator of Decorative Arts 
Henry Trubner, Curator of Oriental Art 
Frances Roberts Nugent, Instructor of Art 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DESIGNER-CRAFTSMEN 

Temporary Officers and Board 



Joel E. Edwards 
Chairman 

Zella Marggraff 
Treasurer 

Margaret Lecky 

Secretary 
F. Carleton Ball 
Lee Barkley 

Ward Youry 
*0n leave of absence 



Vivika Heino 
Joe Henry 
Elizabeth Madley 
Sam Maloof 
Brooks Morris 
Atzie Shiff 
Nina Vivian Shelley 
Mary E. Snyder 



LIBRARY 

LOS ANGELES 

MUSEUW OF 



FOREWORD 



This Exhibition of Craftwork, the first of its kind to be held at the Museum, is co-sponsored by the 
newly formed Southern California Designer-Craftsmen. It was planned to present the best work of the 
region. For the selection of objects the exhibition has been fortunate in securing a highly competent jury 
drawn from New York, Chicago and Seattle. Their criteria for acceptance were quality of design and 
craftsmanship. Over 600 entries were carefully reviewed several times and of these 147 were selected. This 
group is felt to be of a quality comparable to the best work in the same crafts throughout the country. 

The juror's statement which follows clearly discusses their attitude and their feelings about the work 
submitted. The Museum is privileged to present this work and hopes to bring to it wider recognition 
through this exhibition and catalogue. 

The Southern California Designer-Craftsmen are to be congratulated for their altruistic interest in an 
exhibition open to all craftsmen of the region and for their devoted enterprise. That all of the considerable, 
and entirely voluntary, work of organizing the Exhibition was so smoothly accomplished is due to the 
Exhibition Committee of the Southern California Designer-Craftsmen and its indefatigable Chairman 
Vivika Heino. The installation was designed by Warren Carter, the prospectus, invitation, poster and 
catalogue were designed by Joe Krause, publicity for the new organization was handled by Lee Barkeley 
assisted by Edward H. Grigg, Peter A. Noyes and from the Junior Art Council of the Museum, Mrs. Richard 
E. Sherwood. Photographs for the catalogue were provided by Richard L. Oliver. Mary Jane Leland and 
Committee silk-screened the posters. Bernard Kester was in charge of entries; Robert Shultz, Jack Stoops 
and Naomi Dietz assisted at the installation; Lawrence Rasmussen and Ralph Dacerra, assisted at the jury- 
ing and Duval Elliott, Louis McLean and Atzie Schiff assisted the Chairman. 

The Museum also appreciates the funds generously contributed by the Southern California Designer- 
Craftsmen to help in the organization of the Exhibition. To these was added a welcome grant to the Art 
Division by the Museum Association. 

The board for the posters was given by the Sierra Paper Company. The expanded metal screening 
was lent by Ducommun Metals and Supply Company. The Exhibition Committee of Southern California 
Designer-Craftsmen also wish to thank Brugger Fine Arts Storage Company for their tolerant consideration. 

The entire setting for the installation was constructed and painted by the Museum Carpenters, Elec- 
tricians and Helpers and could not have been completed without the knowing help of the Art Preparators. 

William Osmun 



STATEMENT 

FROM THE A.CC 



MUSEUMS AND CRAFTSMEN 1942-1957 

In 1957 one hundred and ten museum exhibitions open to craftsmen were listed in Craft Horizons! 

Yet approximately only fifteen years ago, at a meeting of the Trustees of the American Craftsmen's 
Educational Council, Allen Eaton, then with the Russell Sage Foundation, turned to the museum repre- 
sentatives present and said : "If any one of you gentlemen would put on a craft show in your museum 
it would do more to raise the standards of the crafts than any one other thing which could be done!' Actu- 
ally this meeting and this remark were the first impetus towards what eventually became the Designer- 
Craftsmen U.S.A., 1953 Exhibition to be repeated it is hoped in I960 and every ten years thereafter. 

These two statements illustrate in vivid fashion the long road craftsmanship has travelled in little over 
a decade. A road which has brought craftsmanship national recognition, which has once again established 
its rightful status as an integral part of the total art picture, and which has brought happiness, pleasure 
and profit to thousands. 

The current exhibition "CRAFTSMANSHIP" at the Los Angeles County Museum is another mile- 
stone on the way. Craftsmen and public alike will wish it well and will congratulate the Museum and the 
newly formed craft organization, the Southern California Designer-Craftsmen for its sponsorship eflforts. 

In the face of such record of achievement in so short a time, as a guest participator in the catalog 
and without having seen the exhibition, it may seem ungracious to raise a Stop, Look and Listen warning. 
A warning addressed not to craftsmen of Southern California only, but to the craftsmen and museum 
directors of the United States. The basic solid future of successful craftsmanship lies not in the exhibition 
field but in the far wider field of production for use even if that use is in some instances purely deco- 
rative. The finer the quality of such production can be, the wider the distribution of craft products will 
become. In as far as museum exhibitions are selected on this premise they can be extraordinarily helpful. 
Once they are controlled by extraneous considerations, they will lose their validity. Meeting this problem 
is only one of the many confronting craftsmen in this industrial age. There is no question that it can 
be met with the same ability that has characterized the growth of the past fifteen years made so manifest 
in this most recent Museum exhibition. 

Aileen O. Webb, President 

American Craftsmen's Council 

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STATEMENT 
OF THE JURY 



The entries reflect refreshing vitality, variety, and interest in experimentation in relation to similar 
regional groups in the rest of the United States. We note lively color, with some sacrifice of quality in 
fineness and subtlety of texture and form. 

As in general over the country, we find some lack of sensitivity of design in reference to the qualities 
and resources of the particular media involved, enamels, for instance. 

"Yard goods" textiles, woven and printed, seemed weak in relation to the gaiety and charm of the 
pictorial submissions in tapestry and stitchery. 

Metalwork submitted, except jewelry, insignificant, and woodwork practically non-extant. We found 
the mosaics in various materials notable for quantity as well as boldness and variety but overall, definitely 
lacking in true sensitivity to the qualities inherent in the medium. 

In conclusion we feel the exhibition has both excitement and variety and is a very creditable first 
showing, both for the organization and the museum. In addition to very considerable present realization 
we find there is strong evidence of great future potential. 

Meyric R. Rogers, Chicago Art Institute 

David R. Campbell, American Craftsmen's Council 
Gervais Reed, Henry Gallery, University of Washington 



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CATALOGUE 



All works are for sale except those marked NFS. The Museum does not conduct sales 
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TOM FERREIRA 
43. Teapot, tan stoneware, 5' 



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EVELYN ACKERMAN 

2207 Federal Avenue, West Los Angeles 

1. Medieval King, applique, AVj high NFS 

2. Medieval Queen, applique, AVj high NFS 

3. Young Warrior, mosaic, 18" x 22" wide. $150.00 

JEROME ACKERMAN 

2207 Federal Avenue, West Los Angeles 

4. Blue bud vase, stoneware, 6" high NFS 

HOWARD K. ADAMS 

401 Marigold, Corona del Mar 

5. Ring, gold with two cultured pearls. . . .$225.00 

6. Salad serving set, silver with 

snakewood, 15" long $150.00 

7. Ice tea spoon, silver with 

snakewood, 15" long $25.00 

* LAURA ANDRESON 

1950 North Edgemont, Los Angeles 27 

8. Footed bowl, stoneware, 9" high NFS 

9. Bowl, stoneware with green 

matte glaze, 9" high NFS 

FLORENCE ARANSON 

507 Vi North Alexandria, Los Angeles 

10. Covered jar, stoneware with 

ash glaze, 6" high $30.00 

11. Two bottles, stoneware, 7" high. . . .pr. $40.00 

12. Drapery fabric, silk screen, 3 yds $8.00 yd. 

13. Dress fabric, silk screen, 3 yds $6.00 yd. 

WILLIAM PAUL BAKER 

3025 Glenhurst Avenue, Los Angeles 39 

14. Totem, embroidered tapestry, 51" high. $125.00 

* F. CARLTON BALL 99 1 1 Calmada, Whittier 

15. Large vase, stoneware, 40" high $300.00 

16. Tall vase, stoneware, 40" high $150.00 

*LEE BARKLEY 31872 - 8th Avenue, South Laguna 

17. Rigid panel, handwoven of 

linen and rope, 8' $25.00 

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* HUDSON ROYSHER 

121. Punch ladle, silver, 15" long 




KENN GLENN 
55. Bowl, walnut, 24" long 



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IRA BATES 937 North Sierra Bonita, Hollywood 

18. Tall covered jar, stoneware, 10" high NFS 

MARINA BAUMFELD 

1232 North Poinsettia Place, Hollywood 46 

19. Four faces, mosaic, 25" long $175.00 

SHIRLEY M. BLACK 

2519 Horseshoe Canyon Road, Hollywood 46 

20. "EupalinosT fine bindins^ in 

green leather NFS 

PORTER BLANCHARD 

23999 Ventura Boulevard, Calabasas 

21. Martini pitcher, silver, 12" high $350.00 

* JONATHAN BLATT 1320 Pacific Avenue, Venice 

22. Bottle, stoneware with tan 

glaze, 131/2" high NFS 

23. Bowl, stoneware with grey and 

blue pattern, 12" diameter NFS 

*LAYABROSTOFF 

3334 Bonnie Hill Drive, Hollywood 28 

24. Novelty suiting, handwoven in 

wool and rayon, 48" wide $15.00 yd. 

*JEAN BUCKLEY 

781 1 Vi Melrose Avenue, Hollywood 46 

25. Boy with flute, wheel thrown 

sculpture, 22" high $200.00 

* WARREN CARTER 

19904 Summit Drive, Topanga Canyon 

26. Ring, silver with enamel NFS 

27. Cuff links, silver NFS 

28. Brooch, gold with amethyst NFS 

*RAULCORONEL 

1 144 Queen Anne Place, Los Angeles 19 

29. Flat, oval bottle, stoneware, 12" high. . .$20.00 

CHARLES COUNTS 

University of Southern California, Los Angeles 7 

30. Covered jar, stoneware with 

sgraffito decoration, 8" high $12.00 




MARTTA TAIPALE 

133. The Son, tapestry, 40" x 20" wide 



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*DEXTRA FRANKEL 
46. Domes of San Marco, mosaic, 
40" X 28" high 



* DAVID CRESSE Y 1314 Pacific Avenue, Venice 

31. Construction, stoneware, 24" x 24" wide. .NFS 

DORA DELARIOS 

2057 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles 

32. Three figures on an animal, 

wheel thrown sculpture, 10 Y2" long. . . .NFS 

33. Bird, wheel thrown sculpture, 5 V2" high. .NFS 

34. Figure on bull, wheel thrown 

sculpture, 10" high NFS 

35. Low bowl, stoneware with majolica 

decoration, 6" diameter NFS 

BEVERLY DOBAR 

727 Imogen Avenue, Los Angeles 26 

36. Crystals, silk screen textile, 3 yds. . . .$5.00 yd. 

*JOEL EDWARDS 

1521 North Bronson, Hollywood 28 

37. Set of three vases, stoneware, 20" high. . $45.00 

38. Covered jar, stoneware, 17" high $30.00 

*DORCUS ELLIOT 

11976 South Red Hill Avenue, Santa Ana 

39. Flossa rug, jute, 60" long $200.00 

40. Upholstery yardage, handwoven in 

wool, silk and jute, 3 yds $30.00 yd. 

PAT ELLIOT 4033 Linwood Place, Riverside 

41. Casement cloth, handwoven in 

cotton and linen, 3 yds $45.00 

TOM FERREIR A 5119 Autry , Lakewood 

42. Tall slab and thrown vase, 

unglazed stoneware, 25" high NFS 

43. Teapot, tan stoneware, 5" high NFS 

*HAROLD FITHIAN 73241/2 Vineland, Sun Valley 

44. Cuff links, silver NFS 

BETTY DAVENPORT FORD 

4123 Via Padova, Claremont 

45. Fox, ceramic sculpture, 

25" wide, 16" high $350.00 



*ED TRAYNOR 

137. Square bottle, stoneware, slip 
decoration, 20" high 



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*DORCUS ELLIOT 

40. Upholstery yardage, handwoven in 
wool, silk and jute, 3 yds 



*DEXTRA FRANKEL 

444 Cabrillo Terrace, Corona del Mar 

46. Domes of San Marco, mosaic, 

40" X 28" high $750.00 

47. Summer Rain, stained glass, 

26" X 15" wide NFS 

* ARNOLD FREW 1807 South 8th Avenue, Arcadia 

48. Ring, gold and synthetic aqua $400.00 

49. Pin, gold and fresh water pearl NFS 

50. Ring, gold with pearl $125.00 

JERROLD FRIEDMAN 

244 East Mountain Drive, Santa Barbara 

51. Bowl, earthenware, wax resist 

decoration, 12" diameter $15.00 

HAL FROMHOLD 

1256 West 29th Street, Los Angeles 7 

52. Small bottle, stoneware, tan 

striped, 5" high NFS 

* EDWARD GISLER 703 Luton Drive, Glendale 6 

53. Belt buckle, silver NFS 

54. Lady's ring, gold $60.00 

KENN GLENN 3224 Stevely, Long Beach 

55. Bowl, walnut, 24" long NFS 

56. Bowl, walnut, 12" long NFS 

57. Bowl, rosewood, 7 Vi' long NFS 

RAY HEIN 5 3 1 Aliso Avenue, Newport Beach 

58. Cuff links, inlaid wood, gold, silver. . . .$25.00 

59. Ring, silver $25.00 

60. Wedding bands, pair, silver $70.00 

*OTTO HEINO 3204 South Hoover, Los Angeles 7 

61. Casserole, stoneware, white 

glaze, 14" diameter $25.00 

62. Bottle, reddish brown stoneware, 

22" high $50.00 

63. Bottle, stoneware, greenish glaze, 

22" high $50.00 




EDWARD McFETRIDGE 
90. Iron vase, with fused silver, 2 1 Vi" high 



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*VIVIKA HEINO 

3204 South Hoover, Los Angeles 7 

64. Bottle, reddish yellow stoneware, 

6" high $12.00 

65. Bottle, greenish rough glaze, 

7" high $10.00 

66. Small bowl, temmoku, 4" high $8.00 

MARJ HYDE 7108 Stanford Avenue, La Mesa 

67. Mosaic, glass, 24" high, 36" wide $150.00 

NANCY KENEALY 1215 Lodi Place, Hollywood 

68. Blue and green fabric, handwoven in 

wool and rayon, 3 yds $25.00 yd. 

♦BERNARD KESTER 

1407 North Willow Street, Compton 2 

69. Key Form, silk-screen casement 

cloth in tan and blue, 3 yds NFS 

70. Blue Angle, silk-screen casement 

cloth in blue and olive, 3 yds NFS 

LOUISA KING 

5027 Long Beach Avenue, West Los Angeles 58 

71. Pill bottle, porcelain, 3" high $12.50 

KAY KINNEY 

384 North Coast Boulevard, Laguna Beach 

72. Structural unit, concrete with 

fused glass, 1 1 1/2" x 1 5 1/2" $50.00 

73. Structural unit, concrete with 

fused glass, 71/2" x 7I/2" $10.00 

RAYMOND KOECHLIN 

351 East Beach, Inglewood 

74. Bowl, pottery with blue textured 

glaze, 16" diameter $35.00 

•ALBERT J. KRAMER 

538 North La Cienega, Los Angeles 48 

75. Forms, thread drawing, 66" long $450.00 

76. Geometric, thread drawing, 63" long. .$350.00 




* WARREN CARTER 
26. Ring, silver with enamel 




*NINA VIVIAN SHELLEY 

126. Cuff links, gold inlaid with ivories, 
1" square 



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*MARGARETLECKY 

80."Leaves of Grass;' gold tooled fine binding 



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PETER VOULKOS 

144. Slab Tower, burned clay, 20" high 



*HOSHIKO KUSUDO 

1692 Kenilworth Avenue, Pasadena 3 

77. Girl and Baby, clay sculpture, 

211/2" high $50.00 

PAUL M. LA PORTE 

1626 Elevado Street, Los Angeles 26 

78. Wall hanging, hand printed on pelon, 

62" long $80.00 

* CAROL LEBECK 

1017 Tiverton Avenue, Los Angeles 24 

79. Covered jar, stoneware with iron glaze, 

12" high NFS 

* MARGARET LECKY 

2309 West 23 rd Street, Los Angeles 18 
80. "Leaves of Grass',' gold tooled fine binding. NFS 

81. "Life of Dante" blind tooled brown 

levant fine binding NFS 

LORRAINE LEE 

c/o Art Center, 700 Prospect, La JoUa 

82. Urn, stoneware, 18" high $40.00 

* MALCOLM LELAND 

4401 San Andreas, Los Angeles 65 

83. Wall tiles, terracotta panel, 5V2" high NFS 

*MARY JANE LELAND 

4401 San Andreas, Los Angeles 65 

84. Casement cloth, handwoven in cotton 

and rayon, 3 yards $10.00 yd. 

85. Upholstery fabric, handwoven in cotton, 

rayon, wool, 3 yards $10.00 yd. 

86. Star, silk-screen textile, 3 yards $10.00 yd. 

MARTHA LONGENECKER 

9100 Kegonsa, La Mesa 

87. Fruit bowl, turquoise glazed clay, 

17" diameter $30.00 

*JAY LOUTHIAN 

781 1 V^ Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 46 

88. Ring, gold with oriental moonstone. . . .$85.00 

89. Ring, gold with pink fresh water pearl. . $55.00 



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EDWARD McFETRIDGE 

8212 V^ Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 46 

90. Iron vase, with fused silver, 21 Vi" high. . .NFS 

91. Iron vase, with blue enamel, 14 Vi" high. .NFS 

* HARRISON McINTOSH 

4206 Via Padova, Claremont 

92. Compote, stoneware, blue-green and 

black glaze, 5" high $15.00 

93. Plate, blue matte glaze, 14" diameter. . .$25.00 

LOUISE MacCLAREN 

1208 East 149th Street, Compton 

94. Place mat with napkin, handwoven 

in blue linen, 12" x 24" $4.00 

RUTH McMAHON 13830 Erwin St., Van Nuys 

95. Group of 5 bottles, stoneware, 

reduction glazes, 4" to 11" high $20.00 

ROBERT McMENOMY 

4010 Palmwood, Los Angeles 8 

96. Bottle, black, brown and white 

stoneware, 4" high NFS 

97. Bottle, green and brown stoneware, 

8i/2"high NFS 

♦ELIZABETH MADLEY 

725 Fremont Avenue, South Pasadena 

98. Tray, brown, black, and gold enamel 

on copper, 8 V2" diameter $28.00 

99. Tray, green and gold enamel on copper, 

11" diameter NFS 

100. Tray, snake and bug motif, enamel 

on copper, 131/4" diameter $55.00 

SANDRA MARTIN 2840 Eucalyptus, Long Beach 

101. Bottle, stoneware, 9" high $40.00 

JOHN MASON 

230 Crandall Street, Los Angeles 57 

102. Angular pot, stoneware, 15" high $45.00 




DAVID PLANT 
113. Tadzio, glazed ceramic tile, 6' x 2' 



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♦ROBERT MAXWELL 

613 Gayley Avenue, Los Angeles 24 

103. Casserole, stoneware, khaki glaze, 

12" diameter NFS 

104. Open bowl, stoneware, olive green 

glaze, 1 2" diameter NFS 

MYRTLE MITCHELL 

1 1069 Stratmore, Los Angeles 24 

105. Tapestry, wool, 37" high $500.00 

106. Tapestry, wool, 22" high NFS 

107. Tapestry, wool, 24" high $350.00 

* BROOKE MORRIS 

4501 Richard Drive, Los Angeles 32 

108. Coffee set, pot, creamer, sugar, 

silver and vermillion NFS 

DOUGLAS MORYL 

5532 Hazel ton Avenue, Culver City 

109. Crocodile, bronze 7" long NFS 

110. Animal with horns, forged bronze 

and rosewood, 8" long ' NFS 

* HARRY OS AKI 1418 Brixton Road, Pasadena 

111. Salt and Pepper Shakers, silver and 

ebony, 3" high $200.00 

112. Feather dangle, gold earrings $30.00 

113. Lady's ring, gold with pearl $60.00 

♦FRANK PEPWORTH 

3776 Pioneer Place, San Diego 

114. Punch bowl, clay with gray glaze, 

13" diameter NFS 

POLIA PILLIN 

6151 Barrows Drive, Los Angeles 48 

115. Hora, ceramic painting, 13Vi" square $150.00 

DAVID PLANT 

2533 Ocean View Avenue, Los Angeles 57 

116. Tadzio, glazed ceramic tile, G yil\ . .$200.00 



FRAN RABOFF 

11375 Montana Street, Los Angeles 49 

117. Stone mosaic, pebbles and 

glass, 2' X 3' wide $1500.00 

* LAWRENCE RASMUSSEN 

3854 Mentone, Apt. #3, Culver City 

118. Pair of Animals, thrown and slab 
stoneware, 8" and 4" high NFS 

119. Ring, gold with green quartz $80.00 

JERRY ROTHMAN 

2401 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 

120. Bottle, stoneware with brown glaze, 

wax resist decoration, 24" high $90.00 

* HUDSON ROYSHER 

1784 South Santa Anita Avenue, Arcadia 

121. Punch ladle, silver, 15" long NFS 

122. Pair cruets, silver NFS 

*ATZIE SCHIFF 6207 Maryland Drive, Los Angeles 

123. Twilight, enamel on copper wall 

panel, 31/2" x IV2 wide $75.00 

JUNE SCHWARCZ 

625 West Bourne Street, La Jolla 

124. Bowl, hammered basse-taille enamel 

on copper, 12" long NFS 

KAYLA SELZER 

8607 Sherwood Drive, Los Angeles ^G 

125. Sculpture, stoneware, 3 feet high . . . .$250.00 

*NINA VIVIAN SHELLEY 

4510 Melbourne Avenue, Los Angeles 

126. Cuff links, gold inlaid with ivories, 

1" square $100.00 

*MARIE SIMPSON 1010 East Harvard, Glendale 5 

127. Casement cloth, handwoven in linen, 

3 yards $50.00 



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*LAURA ANDRESON 
8. Footed bowl, stoneware, 9" high 




DORA DELARIOS 
34. Figure on bull, wheel thrown 
sculpture, 10" high 



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*MARY E. SNYDER 

256 East Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena 

128. Dress yardage, handwoven in grey and 
white wool, rayon, 5 yards $12.50 yd. 

KENNETH STARBIRD 

3304 North Ivar Street, South San Gabriel 

129. Bottle, porcelain, 8" high $35.00 

130. Bottle, porcelain, 8" high $30.00 

131. Bottle, porcelain, 8" high $30.00 

ANNIE M. STEBBINS 

5110 Rigoletto, Woodland Hills 

132. Ring, silver and jet $7.50 

MARTTA TAIPALE 

810 North Bonnie Brae, Los Angeles 

133. The Son, tapestry, 40" x 20" wide . . . $275.00 

HENRY TAKEMOTO 
610 South Coronado Street, Apt. 304, Los Angeles 

134. Flat bottle with three spouts, 

stoneware, iron glaze, 18" high NFS 

135. Squatty bottle with two spouts, 

stoneware, with iron glaze, 16" high . . . .NFS 

136. Ceramic sculpture, dark base, with 

blue flowers, 29" high $35.00 

*ED TRAYNOR 547 Mar Vista Avenue, Pasadena 

137. Square bottle, stoneware, slip 

decoration, 20" high $50.00 

HOWARD M. WARNER 

610 Elizabeth St., Huntington Beach 

138. Earrings, gold, ivory, and pearl, 2" x 1" . .NFS 

139. Pendant and chain, gold, ivory, and 

ebony, l^A" x UA" $32.50 

ELLAMARIE WOOLLEY 

969 Albion Street, San Diego 

140. Messenger, enamel on copper panel, 

32" long $150.00 

141. Don Quixote, enamel on copper 

panel, 10" high $60.00 



FA YE VAN ROEKEL 

2342 Cove Avenue, Los Angeles 39 

142. Upholstery yardage, handwoven in 

brown wool and cotton, 3 yards NFS 

143. Upholstery yardage, handwoven in 

natural cotton and rayon, 3 yards NFS 

PETER VOULKOS 

2401 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 

144. Slab Tower, burned clay, 20" high . .$175.00 

145. Vase with Color, burned clay with 

glaze, 30" high $125.00 

*WARD YOURY 

1820 Snowden Avenue, Long Beach 15 

146. Pierced branch bottle, porcelain, 

71/2" high NFS 

ART YUNG, LTD. 

9401 South Broadway, Los Angeles 

147. Glass shapes, silk-screen drapery 

fabric, 50" wide $9.00 yd. 



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* ELIZABETH MADLEY 

98. Tray, brown, black, and gold enamel 
on copper, 8Y2" diameter 



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by the Toyo Printing Co. 

Los Angeles, California 

Set in Garamond Light 

in design by J. H. Krause 

January, 1958 



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