Below is a complete listing of our catalogues. All may be purchased by one of the methods listed right.
Weaving Tradition: Carol Cassidy and Woven Silks of Laos. 2004. By Dorothy Twining Globus and Mary F. Connors. Exhibition curated by Dorothy Twining Globus. Foreword by Jack Lenor Larsen. Essay by Mary F. Connors. A comprehensive overview of the traditional and contemporary woven silk textiles of Laos and the techniques used to produce them plus a portrait of designer Carol Cassidy and her workshop, Lao Textiles. 160 pages, with 125 images and illustrations. $39.95.
Fusing Traditions: Transformations in Glass by Native American Artists. 2002. Exhibition co-curated by Carolyn Kastner and Roslyn Tunis. Forward by William Morris. Introduction by Kastner. Essays by Tunis, Preston Singletary, Kate Morris, and Lloyd E. Herman. A revealing look at a movement powered by a group of artists whose innovative techniques and creative visions are shaping a new language of American art. 92 pages with 19 color photos of the artwork and artist biographies. $26.00.
Emblems of Passage: Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. 2002. Exhibition curated by Gregory Ghent. A joint project of the Museum and the Friends of Ethnic Art. Selections from members’ collections are identified and described; personal comments from the collectors add richness and dimension. 128 pages with 101 color photos of the objects. $29.95.
Bob Stocksdale: Eighty-Eight Turnings. 2001. Exhibition curated by Ted Cohen. Director's foreword by J. Weldon Smith. Collector's foreword by Forrest L. Merrill. Preface by Kay Sekimachi. Essays by Glenn Adamson and Richard La Trobe-Bateman. The incredible beauty and extraordinary artistry of the late Bob Stocksdale’s wooden bowls is illuminated in this catalogue from the retrospective exhibition that celebrated his eighty-eighth birthday. 87 pages with 58 color photos. $25.00.
Jean Williams Cacicedo: Explorations in Cloth. 2000. Exhibition curated by Carole Austin. Foreword by Julie Schafler Dale. Essay by Matthew Kangas. Cacicedo's work from the 1970s to the present captures the history and development of the art-to-wear movement. 48 pages with 38 color photos. $19.95.
Intimate Views: The Books of Kay Sekimachi. 2000. Exhibition curated by Carole Austin. Essays by Austin and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada. Created in the origami style of Sekimachi’s woven books, the catalogue highlights a body of work by this nationally renowned Bay Area fiber artist. 40 pages with 16 color photos. $9.95.
Beyond the Obvious: Rethinking Jewelry. 2000. Exhibition curated by Susan Cummins. Introduction by Cummins. Thoughtful discussions of creating jewelry as an artistic vision by each of the six well-known American jewelry designers presented. 64 pages with 25 color photos. $12.95.
June Schwarcz: Forty Years/Forty Pieces. 1998. Exhibition curated by Carole Austin. Essays by Austin and William Harper. A portrait of America's foremost enamelist and forty significant pieces on the occasion of her eightieth birthday. 96 pages, 41 full-page color photos. $25.00.
Land of the Morning: Treasures of the Philippines. 1995. Exhibition curated by David Baradas. A richly detailed and scholarly view of a broad range of Philippine traditional art not previously seen by the public. 96 pages, 51 color photos, 26 black and white. $18.00.
Classical Chinese Wood Furniture. 1992. Exhibition curated by Sandra Lok Fu Chin. Introduction by Lark Mason. Essay by Chin. An exploration of Chinese furniture from the late Ming and early Quing dynasties, the golden age of Chinese furniture production. 47 pages; 18 color photos, 3 black and white, 9 illustrations. $12.00.
Sun & Moon: Traditional Arts of Yi Dynasty Korea. 1988. Exhibition curated by Robert Sayers. Essays by Sayers on Yi Dynasty arts and popular culture in 19th-century Korea as seen through Western eyes. 45 pages; 8 color photos, 32 black and white, 1 map. $6.00.
Art of the Lesser Sunda Islands: A Cultural Resource at Risk. 1986. Curated by Laurence A. G. Moss. Essay by Dr. Moss concerning the process of tribal art collection and its impact upon both the art and makers of the Lesser Sunda Islands. 40 pages; 8 color photos, 25 black and white; maps. $4.50.
Textiles of Old Japan: Color and Dye. 1986. Curated by Mary Dusenbury. Essay by Dusenbury with Takimoto Kazuko. 16 pages; 5 color photos. $3.00.
Max Pollack: Artist and Collector. 1986. Commemorates the artist’s 100th anniversary. 15 pages; 4 color photos, 11 black and white. $3.00.
Native Arts of Luzon. 1984. Curated by Margery Anneberg. Features the collection of William S. Galvin. 16 pages; 24 black and white photos. $2.00.