August/September 2008

August/September 2008

Featured Articles

In This Issue

Keeping it Real

Laurie Manfra discovers that it takes almost a village-or at least a full team of glassblowers and machinists-to create Lindsey Adelman's made-to-order innovative Bubble chandeliers.

Letters

Whether by pen and paper or through the wonders of the web, the feedback keeps coming.

Margo Grant Walsh: Collecting by Design

Interior architect Margo Grant Walsh has assembled a stellar collection of 20th-century silver and metalwork, now on view in an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and documented in its companion book. Alan Rosenberg visits with Grant Walsh and finds out what prompted this ongoing collecting passion.

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Open Weave

Hibberd McGrath Gallery
Jim Kraft
Breckenridge, Colorado
August 1-24, 2008

Public Works

Edward Lebow contends that public works at their best have enabled artists to alter the experience and function of common spaces, but that lack of training has limited the talent pool needed to build upon these achievements.