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Volume 18 No. 4 1995

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Kokichi Mikimoto A Certain Cachet. Cheryl Rydmark Theorems of the Sublime. Nancy Chappell The Creative Instinct. Don Pierce A Sensual Appreciation. The Yin and Yang of Clasps. Master Class with Janet Hazard-Ambrose Textile Designing with Computers. Exhibition Expanding the Boundaries. Exhibition Bloom: Fashion’s Spring Gardens. Exhibition Suspensi Spiritus. Museum News Honolulu Academy of Arts: Jewelry Art by Ron Ho. Artist Statement Ruth Lantz. Artist Statement Marjorie Simon. Artist Statement Julie Rauschenberger. Gallery Showcase Maclaren Markowitz Gallery. Conference SNAG. Wholesale to the Trade Joseph P. Stachura. Bead Report Pumtek Beads.





Our upcoming issue 37.2 contains

Sylvia Gottwald

JAR at the Metropolitan

Smithsonian Craft Show 2014

FRANK H. MCCLUNG MUSEUM hosts “Splendid Treasures of the Turkomen Tribes from Central Asia” through May 12, 2013. Elaborate silver and gilt jewelry, as well as carpets and textiles from the Turkomen tribes of Iran, Afghanistan, and Turkmenistan are the focus of this exhibit.
THE FASHION MUSEUM IN BATH celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with “Fifty Fabulous Frocks,” from February 2 through 2013. Drawing from the Museum’s collection, the exhibition includes a gold-embroidered Georgian court dress, an 1870s gauze-bustle day dress, a jersey evening dress by Ossie Clark, and a classic Chanel suit. Westwood, Queen of Punk. Bath Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH, Great Britain; 44.0.1225.477789;

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