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Partners in Pattern

I can’t imagine a more perfect pairing of artwork than these — Andrew Werth’s Conceptual Frame, acrylic on panel, at left, and Charles Katzenbach’s Disorderly Colors, oil on glasswork, at right. Both are about precision and about color, and both … Continue reading

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Like Eggs from Heaven Above

Toshiko Takaezu perfected the art of the closed form. At 87, she is still doing her remarkable thing: making pots, and churning out apprentices every year. This is the time of the year when she offers a studio show and … Continue reading

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