Ephemera Collection: Sculpture

SCULPTURE


folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary NW/Christine Bourdette

  1. Northwest Viewpoints: Christine Bourdette
  2. Christine Bourdette, Recent Creatures and Permutations
  3. Christine Bourdette:  Since Olive’s Garden: Rites of Passage

 
folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary Sculptors: Pacific NW, California, Montana

  1. Manuel Neri, Recent Marble Sculpture
  2. A Sense of Place: Contemporary Sculpture in Montana
  3. In Retrospect: The Oregon International Sculpture Symposium of 1974
  4. Ten Northwest Sculptors
  5. Thirty-three Years of Sculpture with Paul Buckner

 
folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary Metal/Bronze
 
 

folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary Clay Sculpture

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folder title:  Sculpture/Chinese Buddhist/Smithsonian Institution

    1.  Chinese Buddhist Sculpture, Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution.

 

folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary/The White House

    1.  Twentieth Century American Sculpture at The White House, Exhibition VI: Honoring Native

        America, 1997.

 

folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary/Fiber

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folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary Sculptors

  1.  Invitational Sculpture, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, 1977
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  7. .    “Joseph Cornell:  Navigating the Imagination”, article by Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, American Art

Review Vol. XIX No. 1, 2007.

 

folder title:  Sculpture/Contemporary Sculptors/International

  1. Darko, La parola ricuperata
  2. Italo Scanga in Chico

 

folder title:  Sculpture/Historical

  1. Parallels in Sculpture

    2.    Monumental Sculpture from Renaissance Florence: Ghiberti, Nanni di Banco, and Verrocchio at   Orsanmichele, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 2005

    3.  DADA, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 2006