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Old 07-03-2000, 12:34 AM
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here are some of the most innovative artists around today. all are considered craft artists.

elizabeth r. mears mixed media
bennet bean clay
dale chihuly glass
yvonne porcella quilting
michael lucero clay, mixed media
paul stankard glass
steven lundberg glass
cynthia toops polymer clay
kathleen dustin polymer clay
kristina logan glass
dan dailey glass
akira blount doll art
lisa lichtenfels doll art
joanne russo basketry
wesley anderegg clay
jacques vesery wood
david ellsworth wood
mark nantz wood
rude osolnik wood
harlan butt enamel, metalwork
richard jolley glass
christopher ries glass
lino tagliapietra glass
sergei isupov clay
madelyn ricks beads
liza lou beads
wendell castle wood
dominic dimare mixed media
john cederquist furniture
carol eckert fiber
barbara lash beads
richard ford furniture
toots zynsky glass
mia tyson clay
john mcqueen mixed media

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Old 07-03-2000, 08:08 AM
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Here's a cool article on Liza Lou:

www.dailybruin.ucla.edu/DB/issues/97/06.30/ae.backyard.html

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Old 07-05-2000, 03:25 AM
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I saw Liza Lous 'kitchen' on a television program a while ago & it was just the most incredible thing i've seen maybe...ever! Fine Art? unquestionably!! she has put more work into the planning and designing of these works than most people would ever be able to do. She is the only person on your list, Arlene, that i am familiar with but please don't forget to add yourself to that list! Cheryl
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Old 07-12-2000, 01:34 AM
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Hi Arlene,
May I add Judith Shaecter to the list ? Very cool and weird stained glass.
Colin
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Old 07-17-2000, 09:03 AM
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Hi Arlene,
May I add Judith Shaecter to the list ? Very cool and weird stained glass.
Colin


ABSOLUTELY!

"Arlene, that i am familiar with but please don't forget to add yourself to that list! Cheryl"

Thanks, Cheryl, you're a sweetie!

And if anyone has other names, please add them to the list also.

Here are some more names (hope I don't repeat some from before):

Jeanette Ahlgren beadwork
Virginia Blakelock beadwork


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Old 07-18-2000, 11:58 PM
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Hi folks,
Here is the working sketch/cartoon for Judiths newest stained glass - it's going to be like 5 feet long . Its called Circus Parade . Thought you might enjoy it ...
Colin
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