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Above: By Henry Cabaniss, built ceramic dis 4 foot diameter.

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Preceding page: A group of small and varied objects in wood. Book ends A to Z and domir set, inlaid aluminum in walnut, designed by Clifford Nelson, manufactured by Ideas frorr Some!. Pull-turtle, oak, teak and ebony, by Rc Lane. A prototype clock by jan R. Shockner The pegs move up a section a minute and progress around the clock as the minutes pas


California Design Eleven

A triennial exhibition of manufactured products and the work of the State's artist craftsmen

Pasadena Art Museum 411 West Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, California 91101

March Fourteen through April Twenty-Five, Nineteen Seventy-One

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PASADENA ART MUSEUM BOARD OF TRUSTEES

CALIFORNIA DESIGN BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mrs. David E. Bright Mr. William H. Burgess Mr. Keating Coffey Mr. jaime C. del Amo Mr. Alfred M. Esberg Mrs. Francis D. Frost Mr. Rowe Sutter Giesen Mr. Tyler Gregory Mr. Stanley L. Hahn Dr. Charles W . Hendrickson Mrs. Alexander P. Hixon Mrs. H. Leslie Hoffman Mr. Thomas E. Inch Mrs. Lawrence Jeffries Mr. Coleman Morton Mrs. Oscar Moss Mrs. Jack Padve Mr. Milan Panic Mrs. Mason Phelps Mr. Gifford Phillips Mrs. B. j . Ridder Mr. Robert A. Rowan Mr. Frederick G. Runyon Mr. Allen 0 . Smith Mrs. Kenneth Troy Mr. Harold Ullman Mrs. Robert j . Woo ds, Jr.

Mr. Rudi Baumfeld Mrs. Otis Chandler Mr. james C. Greene Mr. Bernard Kester Mrs. Anson C. Moore Mrs. WalterS. Newman Mr. Wesley I. Dumm, Honorary Advisory Committee for Designer Craftsmen :

Rhoda Lopez Dorothy Garwood Mary jane Leland Dextra Frankel Florence Resnikoff Marcia Chamberlain Advisory Committee for Furniture Designers, Industrial Designers, and Manufacturers:

Dean Taylor Danny Ho Fong Eddy Feldman judith Thomas Nancy Grey Bob Zinkhon Murray Feldman

STAFF OF THE EXHIBITION Curator of Design and Director of the Exhibition Eudorah M . Moore Assistant to D esign Curator David A. C. Moore Director of th e Installation Bernard Kester

JURIES FOR CALIFORNIA DESIGN XI For prototypes for manufacture and manufactured submissions:

Edward Charles Bassett Rudi Baumfeld Donald L. McFarland

Secretary of California Design Bette Cunningham

For one of a kind and limited production crafts:

Assistant to Installation Director Michael Meredith

Margery Anneberg Ro n Hickman Bernard Kester

CopyrightŠ 1971 by California Design, 411 West Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, California 91101 . Printed in the United States of America by Anderson, Ritchie & Simon . Designed by Thomas jamieson with Clinton Wade, Mary Stoddard and Robert Shaw Cover design by John Ramos, Sunshine Studio

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Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 71-156340 ISBN 0378-06081-3


1971 marks the 15th year that the County of Los Angeles has made a grant to the Pasadena Art Museum for the California Design program. The Supervisors commend the program for its continuing high quality, and for the attention it has drawn to the excellence of the design output of this area in both manufactured goods and crafts. Through merchandising promotion and editorial attention, the grant has served to increase employment in the important home furnishings industry, and to draw the attention of buyers from throughout the country to this market. Warren M. Dorn, Supervisor, Fifth District Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

THE SUPERVISORS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY FRANK G. BONELLI BURTON W. CHACE ERNEST E. DEBS WARREN M. DORN KENNETH HAHN

Designed by H. B. Leydenfrost, and manufactured by Prima Designs, these colorful, plastic, prismatic shapes, are purely for visual pleasure.

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Acknowledgements

The Museum wishes to express its continuing gratitude to the County of Los Angeles and to the Supervisors through whose vision and imagination the grant, which is the basic support of this program, is made. The preparation of an exhibition which, in honesty, proposes to seek out the best of both production design and craftsmen 's output, is challenging in a state as large, as loosely knit and creatively prolific as California. With meager basic funding the task would be impossible without great volunteer efforts and without generous supporting donations. The furniture industry of California is second in size in the United States but it is generally highly fragmented and composed of many small units. Craftsmen, highly individual, are scattered throughout the state, producing in a quality unequaled anywhere but with no strong organizational ties. Though the years between the exhibitions are spent in researching sources, the California social structure is so fluid that it has seemed wise to keep submissions open . Each time there are constant surprises, small new companies start production, excellent new craftsmen move to the area. With open submissions these companies and these people are discovered. Yet the complexity of handling the amount of material submitted is of course enormous and jurying is ardous. (In the case of crafts, the actual objects are brought in for jurying. In the production division, jurying is by photograph.) We thank the juries for judgment, patience, unremitting good humor and great endurance. Their task was a difficult one, and they did it well. Our thanks are due those volunteers who have generously given hours of time in assisting us in this effort, who have helped in the preparation of material for jurying and in the flood of necessary paperwork subsequent to the juries' decisions. We have been unusually fortunate in having the heroic efforts of David A. C. Moore who has given six months of full time volunteer work of the highest calibre to the exhibition. His enthusiasm, and commitment and multiple capabilities have made him indispensable and of course, deeply appreciated. Carol Bramhall has given continuing and efficient hours to the project. Irene and Zaven

The picture gives an indication of the photographic efforts which are made in conjunction with the production of this book. David Moore treks to untrampled sand to await the perfect light for Dick Gross to shoot in.

Sipantzi, Louisa Miller and Lisl Schwarzenbac have been generous in the time and energy they have expended in behalf of the exhibitio1 Marcia Chamberlain and Florence Resnikoff, the Chairman of the California State Craft Cor gress, did the organization and calling which manned our receiving depots in San Franciso We are grateful to them, as well as to those who responded to their calls. Bernard Kester i listed officially as installation designer and juror. He has been in truth far more. His meti ulous attention to detail, his intimate knowledge of the materials in the exhibition as wei as his talent in eliciting the utmost in effort from those who work with him, make him inv< uable. Robert Zinkhon has cheerfully allowed us to impose on him not only during the wer of receiving in San Francisco but many times since then. Henry Adams was kind enough t< arrange with the North Water Front Associatio the loan of a warehouse for our use, and we thank them both. Stella Roach has given hour of time in support of the program, and Murray Feldman, Percy Solotoy, Martin Liebhold anr Eddy Feldman have kindly helped in securing contributions to ensure this year's exhibition spite of the warehouse robbery which occurre during the period of photography for the catalc We wish also to thank Lois Boardman for organizing the lectures and special events which are scheduled throughout the period the exhibition . Finally also, a word of gratitud to the distinguished lecturers who generou~ agreed to help the California Design Prograr by waiving the honorarium which is their dL We acknowledge with gratitude those wh c have supported this program with members~ donations and grants.

Sponsoring Donations: Alcoa Foundation ; Landes Manufacturing Co.; Los Angeles Hom Furnishings Mart; Southern California Chapt National Home Fashions League Inc.; judi~h Thomas Foundation. Patron Donations: American Institute of lnte路 rior Designers, Los Angeles District Chapter; Brown-jordan Company; Furniture Manufar turers Association of California; The McGu Company; Carroll Sagar Office Interiors.


Table of Contents

Foreword, 9 California Design of Furniture, 10 California Design for Public Use, 50 California Design of Closures and Enclosures, 62 California Industrial Design, 72 California Design for Children, 94 California Design of jewelry, 100 California Design in Ceramics, 114 California Design in Fiber, 132 California Design in Glass and Enamel, 14.6 California Design - Sculpture, 152 Catalog of the Exhibition List of Designers, 162 List of Manufacturers, 174

By Dennis K. Meyer with Henry john Cederquist, enclosures for electronic devices. These perfect '20's containers speak with sirens, bird calls, beeps and chirps.


Photography Credits

Tim Brehm, Catalog Photographer. All items not otherwise credited Ted Kessell, catalog items# 8, 25, 29, 63, 69, 71, 72, 73, 91, 92, 93, 114, 118, 120, 137, 138, 151, 165, 186, 209, 210, 211, 213, 216, 217, 228, 243, 251, 268, 279, 294, 295, 346, 350, 355, 361, 365, 371, 373, 383, 397, 399, 405, 425, 438, 439, 440, 441, 444, 459, 461, 467, 471, 476, 482, 486, 499, 507, 508, 511, 515, 516, 530, 535, 539, 547, 565, 595, 596, 597, 619, 624, 626, 635, 639, 648, 649 Richard Gross, catalog items# 18, 38, 40, 55, 80, 82, 86, 97, 100, 105, 107, 113, 132, 133, 134, 168, 169, 170, 219, 227, 237, 247, 248, 253, 259, 281, 287, 297, 301, 302, 305, 315, 322, 3.52, 366, 372, 380, 382, 395, 400, 415, 445, 483, 493-98, 531, 544, 545, 555, 556, 557, 567, 576, 578, 585, 600, 601, 613, 614, 636, 637, 647, 648, 661, 665-667 Gene Ford, Catalog items # 22, 35, 76, 128, 148, 255, 270, 308, 348, 390, 437, 509, 510, 548-552, 561, 654, 668 james Reed, Catalog Items # 393, 404, 628, 632 Hella Hammid, catalog item # 455 Stone & Steccati, Catalog item # 543 Annette Del Zoppo, Catalog item # 590 john Waggaman, catalog item # 282

Above: By David Pendell, a dulcimer of gentle tone. The instrument is 3 by 2V2 feet.

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Opposite: A group of small objects by California craftsman in wood and leather. Left rear : " Memorial to joe Louis," wood and leather pot by Gregory Tamminga. Left front: Cast bronze mounted plaque, " Destination R," by Robert S. Gardali. The sphere in the center rear is turned from a wal nut stump by Richard C. Peter. Next to it, right rear, a hanging pot of rosewood, leather and feathers, also by Gregory Tamminga. In the center foreground, a cheese board by Tom Bendon of zebrawood and walnut, and right, by David E. Foss, a walnut, fur-lined ring box.


Foreword

The triennial exhibition, California Design, is a highly selective report on the best of the State's production in both handcrafted and manufactured designs over the past three year period. Objects are chosen for the exhibition by two juries, one making selections in the manufactured category, the other judging the work of craftsmen. Each jury member is a top professional with a broad commitment to and knowledge of the field of design. The exhibition is approximately evenly divided between the two categories. In the manufactured division of California Design XI, one object was chosen for approximately ten submitted. In the case of the crafts about one article was chosen for fifteen submitted. Manufactured submissions were chosen from photographs and were reviewed on delivery. Crafts were brought to receiving depots in San Francisco and Los Angeles and selections were made from the actual objects. In each case the jurying consumed almost a week. In the years intervening between exhibitions research in depth is conducted to find designers working in unusual or particularly interesting directions. A good many of the larger projects shown were located in this way and were completed especially for the exhibition. In the manufactured division, an arbitrary limitation has been made, and the more esoteric industrial production has been elimi nated in favor of objects of general use and broader inte(est. As California is the number two furniture producing and the number one furniture buying state in the union, se lections are weighted heavily in this area. Although the State's production of furn iture is great, the units which produce it are generally small , and many of the designers are free lance. This condition is reflected in the submissions and is one of the important reasons for accepting prototypes, a practice unusual in this kind of show. The exhibition has, in a number of cases, been the catalyst which brought designers and manufacturers together, and objects submitted as prototypes have subsequently found their way into production. These objects in many cases are direction pointers, representing experimentation with new concepts or new materials, and ca use the exhibition to become to some extent a well designed product development resource. However, of equal importance, is the accolade of selection for objects being currently manufactured. By the exposure in this context it is hoped that impetus is given to the production of well designed products. The crafts movement in California is one of extraordinary vitality at the present time, and is particularly interesting in that it exists quite separately from historic crafts movements or generally indeed, from crafts movements in other parts of the country. Totally devoid of indigenous folk art roots, it represents, at its highest level, a conceptual and experimental probing of materials. Contrary to the community of the fine arts, this aspect of creative ex-

pression in this place and time, is uniquely free of the pressures of the market place, and most of the explorations going on are highly personal, aesthetically, technically and, in certain cases philosophically motivated. There is a strong shift away from the thinking of the creation of the finite object towards evolving a totality of experience. Works take on a li fe of their own and become a palpable experience. Materials are explored, manipulated andre-explored . Work expresses feelings, concepts and moods, it becomes, in a good many cases, a social statement. This type of adventure with ideas and materials is the leading wedge. However, yeasting and seething back of it, is a body of workers numerically so great, a community of interest so intent, a vitality so youthfu l, that though qualitatively perhaps less, it provides sustenance, and acts as a propellant to the more rarified explorations. The development of the craft movement here, both quantitatively and qualitatively in the direction it has taken, has probably stemmed from two sources. One is the sociological development of the State. A strongly individual almost frontier syndrome of doing things oneself along with a broad lack of that preciousness which insulates the vision of fine art as an encapsulated separate experience, has been abetted by an educational system which has included materials exploration coupled with availability of tools and expertise, in art, industrial art and environmental studies departments. Thus, within a brief period of time a student may work with clay, glass, plastic, wood or metals and have kilns, foundries, glass furnaces and tools of all kinds to work with, as well as having available professional advice and direction in their use. This period of freedom to adventure in materials-most particularly in the State College system- has brought about a great surge in the quality and diversity of the crafts output in California. Because at this time the design vision of the State is characterized by a many faceted, many pronged developmental surge, we have sought to find the best of this multiplicity of viewpoints and to report on them rather than to form the exhibition along a limited and preconceived editoria l line. There is no question but that the boiling creativity and variety of production here will become more patterned and less individual. There are already signs of hardening up, of concerted trends. just now, however, it is still diversity and individuality of approach which is the most viable and interesting characteristic of the State's design output.

EUDORAH M. MOORE


Above: "Zero G Lounge," staff design, man factured by Capsule, Inc. A subcushion of urethane foam is laminated to a one piece molded fiberglass shell and is covered with sewn vinyl. The cast aluminum base provide three separate resting positions.

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Opposite : "Palo Alto" chair designed by Byr< Botker, manufactured by Landes Manufactur路 ing Co. The frame is 3 inch diameter chrome steel tubing.


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left: limited production craftsman Leland D. Marean's 61/2 foot long walnut and glass cente dining table, with Oscar Bucher's porcelain bottle. Opposite left: Craftsman lawrence B. Hunter' fiberglass rocker, 34 inches wide, with ramsk in cushion and upholstery. Opposite right : By Charles A Gibilterra designer, Glenn of California, manufacturer, a suede covered bar steel lounge chair.


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Opposite : " Bradley VII," arm chair for indoor or outdoor use designed by Hall Bradley and manufactured by Brown-jordan Company. The seat of expanded aluminum and the aluminum 1 1/4 inch tube frame provide comfortable but totally weatherproof seating. The fabric, "Beast in the jungle," a silk screen on 48 inch width cotton has a 42 inch repeat. The design is by

Francis Butler and the manufacturer is Mutabor. Left: Chrome and rattan arm chair, part of a group designed by Danny Ho Fong, manufactured by Tropi-Cal. Right: By limited production craftsman Ronald E. Taylor, chair in stainless steel and canvas.

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Opposite left: By designer Richard E. Baker Jr., upholstered arm chair of plastic tubing in a variety of colors. Manufactured by American Contemporary Industries, Inc.

deep concavity give an extraordinary sense of suspension to objects placed on glass top, by Stefan Novak.

Opposite above: Prototype side chair of molded plastic by designer Donald T. Chadwick.

Above left: Polished copper "Fire Drum II," free standing fireplace designed by Gerald l. jonas, and manufactured by the Fire Drum Corporation.

Opposite below: "Horizontal Relief," sculptured aluminum forms over gypsum cement in

Above right: Craftsman Randy Teeple's carved base leather seated stool.

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Above : Designed by jules M. Heumann for Metropolitan Furniture Co., a sofa, whose seating portion is literally slung from the exposed oak frame.

Opposite, lower left: " Jyoto Game Chair" designed by Tadao Inouye and manufactured by Hermosa Rattan, Divi sion of Brown-jordan Company.

Opposite above : Designed by Elinor McGuire and manufactured by the McGuire Co. Rattan chairs with rawhide bindings, separate velvet cushions.

Opposite, lower right : A molded oak and cane chair designed by john A. Kapel and manufactured by the Kosuga-Tendo Furniture Co.


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Opposite left: Designed by Maurice Martine' and manufactured by Maurice Martine' Designs, a prototype mobile lounge chair. Opposite right: A handpainted screen of oil and ink on wood by Anne Rainwater-Bell merges into the California landscape to create a Tuscan scene. Against it, an oak chair and ottoman, prototypes by designer Ron Lane. On the left a 4 foot high lighted pedestal by designer Bill Curry, manufactured by Design Line, and on the pedestal, a stoneware goblet

and bowl by limited production craftsman Frank Matranga. Above left : Designed by john Kapel a walnut roll top desk with bronze base, manufactured by Glenn of California. Above right : By john Gaughan, a tour de force of craftsmanship, Brazilian rosewood clock with wood gears, a fascinating variety of wooden shapes in constant motion. Function aside, the interacting parts create a kinetic sculpture of meticulous precision and beauty.

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Opposite above: fiberboard cabinet whose structural design is by Albert De Nola, with graphics by Harry Murphy and Friends, manufactured by Paper Systems, Inc. Opposite below: In gleaming plastic, a prototype chair and planter by Carl Ekstrom. The chair, similar to the old African and Mexican designs is made with two separable parts, may be stored flat and is easily portable. The table rim of the planter is also a separate part for easier storage.

Above: Designed by Jerry Johnson and Byron Betker for the "Encino Collection" of Landes Manufacturing Co., a lounge chair in chrome steel with loose cushion seat and back. In the foreground, a precursor of a lighter hearted less cumbersome approach towards stereo design; "Checkmate Cubes," manufactured by Teledyne Packard Bell, joseph D. Portanova, Director of Design, john Ballantyne, designer.

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Opposite : Designed and manufactured by Frank M. Vigneri, " Space Case 009," a stereo whose jewel like simplici ty seems an appropriate foil for the comp licated mechanisms it is designed to hold.

Above: Three storage facilities by des igner craftsmen; left, by john Cederquist, a hanging cabinet in wood and leather, middle, a storage cabinet by Carl Wilkens and right, a jewel stand in nara wood by john Snidecor.

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Above: Folding wood and leather chair designed by Charles A. Gibilterra and manufactured by Glenn of California. Metal and wood chandelier, hand forged by designer craftsman C. Carl jennings. Table, designed by William Ketelle, and manufactured by William

Ketelle Co. The base of the tabJe is walnut edged glass sheets which come in sections of 2 and 3 parts, and which can be arranged in varying patterns. The stoneware soup tureen, designed to carry six bowls, is by craftsman Bruce Tomkinson.

Opposite left: Walnut and vinyl corner table designed by William Ketelle and manufactured by William Ketelle Co. Opposite right : By craftsman Sam Maloof, an upright writing desk in walnut, built for the ages.


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Top: By designer craftsman George Jay Weiner, a wall hung desk and shelf unit in oak and teak. The desk can be dropped against the wall when not in use. Below: A humorous solution for a table base by designer craftsman Felipe Leon Escobar.

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Opposite: A furniture system designed by Roger Fleck and manufactured by Bluepeter.

All IJnits are based on special linear clear heart redwood stock, 4V2 x 1% inches, and two lengths of this stock, 16 and 29 inches. Parts are interchangeable for easy replacement and for the ability to make various items out of the combinations of the basic elements. The units consisting of stool, bench, standard and low table come knocked down and can be assembled with a socket wrench.


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)pposite: By designer craftsmen Frank Cumnings a hand carved oak chair, and Ron Blanon a sculptured teak, cast and forged brass, :randfather clock.

\bove: Two aspects of a plexiglass and leather ling lounge chair designed by Byron Betker, nanufactured by Landes Manufacturing Co.

Above right: On a table of walnut plywood and stock aluminum, by designer craftsman Dana R. Hofman, trencher, salad and dinner plates in Beachstone pattern, by Edith Heath, manufactured by Heath Ceramics; a ceramic casserole by designer craftsman Roland Shutt, and a disposable spoon by Tepper & Steinhilber pictured more clearly on page 85.

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Above : A patented prototype design by Judith Wachsman. This system, based on one fundamental rounded M bend is easily disassembled for shipping or storage. The straps which connect the sling seat to the frame increase the comfort of the sling and hold the tension of the frame assembly. Only the shaping and the

length of the foot of the M need be varied to adapt it to use as an ottoman or table framt

Opposite : A walnut and leather chair by designer craftsman John H. Nyquist, with a twenty five inch diameter black walnut plat路 by Bob Stocksdale.


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Above : A group of three planters designed by Robert Alan Martin . On the far left, planter with rosewood base natural satin aluminum, next to it, planter with teak base, bronze anodized aluminum, manufactured by Leyse Aluminum Company. In the middle, on the tall rosewood base, a stainless steel planter, manufactured by Calrite. The hanging, a 12 foot high Y form is by designer craftsman Mayde Meiers Herberg. The cabinet, composed of three "bunching cases" which may be bunched in any number, in rosewood, walnut and aluminum was designed by Robert Baron and manufactured by Glenn of California. The sixteen inch diameter stoneware platter is by

designer craftsman Crispin Gonzalez. The two bottle forms and the small bowl are representative of the distinguished shapes and glazes of their creators, Gertrud and Otto Natzler. The table lamp, a limited production design by Charles Hollis jones, is of polished chromed brass with smoked lucite shade. The mirror chrome metal chair is by designer Bert England for Stow-Davis Furniture Co. The silk screened tile is a staff design manufactured by lnterpace Corporation. Opposite above : Work by designer craftsman, on a card woven sisal and linen mat by Dorothy Field, a birch laminate, "body tray,"

with leather seat, by jerrold C. Manock. A mysterious almost anthropomorph ic metal candelabra by Stephen Daly stands watch. Opposite below: A meticulously crafted East Indian rosewood chest by Tom Tramel. Opposite right : By designer Robert R. Overby, a prototype furniture system entitled, "Cul:>ica." The system is planned as a high volume low cost production . It can be expanded vertically and hori?.ontally with ease, and can be shipped flat.


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Above: By Espenet, a handcrafted roll top desk of walnut. Though the desk is direct in design it has the feel and the detailing which can only be brought about by the direct involvement of the craftsman.

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Opposite : A prototype table with spun aluminum base, chromed steel top with three inter-

changeable "lenses," grey translucent, reflective mirror, shown here, or glass-plex with ii iL mination from within, designed by Gary john Neville. On the table and beside it, by Dean Freeman, high fired porcelain goblets with low fired platinum glaze. To complete the glitterin assemblage a hanging, free blown glass sculpture by john Alfred Anderson.


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Opposite : Back and front views of a laminated sculptured cherrywood chair by designer craftsman Jack R. Hopkins. Above : By designer craftsman Jack R. Hopkins, " Womb Room," envi ronmental sculptured furniture in 4 sections. Right: A hand crafted walnut table-desk, a team effort by Haskell Design Studio, Eben Haskell, Lynn Mclarty, Michael Kirchner.

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Opposite above: Folding-base table in chromed steel, by Robe rt Kjer Jakobsen for Virtue of California. The design comes in both dining and coffee table heights and in rectangular as well as oval tubing. Opposite below: By designer craftsman Craig j . McArt, "Pedistoo l," in so lid walnut. The two

drums, thrown stoneware forms in which amazing resonance is achieved, by designer craftsman William Shinn .

natura l fiber frame weaving of cowhair and handspun wool is by designer craftsman Mary Ann Glantz.

Above left : A prototype chair by designer Douglas Heaslet. The laminated birch frame is accented with black fill at the intersect. The

Above right : Al so by Douglas Heaslet, a prototype chair in oak, with slat back and loose cushion.


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Opposite above: A wine rack by designer and limited production manufacturer, William Sanders. Designed for limited space, the rack is less than a foot deep, but holds 3 cases of wine bottles as well as glasses and other bottles. The shelf under the glasses is a light source and sends light through the glasses and the bottles above. On the left, by Vincent H. Suez, "Rose Dream," covered ceramic jar, 26" high.

Opposite below: Chair and ottoman by designer jerry Johnson, manufactured by Landes Manufacturing Co. This design is a refinement on a design of similar material by the same manufacturer and designer, which was in the preceding exhibition. The design improvement was made possible by a technological breakthrough in the cold forming of plastic tubing.

left: A walnut swing, by designer craftsman Howard Bilow. Right: By limited production craftsman Tom Scheibal, a silk screened acrylan hammock. Below right: Brown-jordan's "Kailua" arm chair. Made of aluminum with vinyl strapping, the chair is light and totally weatherproof. It was designed by Hall Bradley.


Top: On a table of laminated wood and plexiglass by designer craftsman Ruth P. laug, 2 porcelain giraffe cups by Andree Singer Thompso n. On the floor, "Envelope Sculpture," in plexiglass, limited edition by Frank Vigneri. Below: Designed and manufactured by William Ketelle Co., a solar bronze glass table. The walnut edged glass leaves which form the base, come in two and three sections, and their pattern may be varied.

Opposite above: By limited production craftsman, Charles Hollis jones, folding tables with lucite tops, leather strapping. Opposite below: The "Eames Chaise," in steel and glove leather, by Charles Eames, manufactured by Herman Miller. The expertise of this master designer is immediately felt in the extraordinary comfort of this design as well as in its directness and integrity of line.


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Opposite : A rattan chair, by Miller Yee Fong, manufactured by Tropi -Cal. Know n as, " The People's Chair," it was submitted with its person. Top: Although a production design, man ufactured by Eon Furniture, the shedua wood, 3 level table or stoo l has a handcrafted look.

Designed by Gerald l. McCabe. On th e tabl e to the left, a small tabl e lamp of wood and resin, by d~signer craftsman joseph j . Bavaro, and to the right by Rob ert Trout, a bowl, handcrafted of teak, with an appliqued band of teak, umbria and ebony. On the floor, rosewood spoon s " de houten lepels" by designer craftsman Don l. Sterrenburg.

Above: Black leather and so lid wa lnut bar stoo l, designed by Henry Conversano and Robert Baron and manufactured by Glenn of California. Win e bottle rack of aluminum and plexiglass by limited production craftsman, Irving Silverman .

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Bert England, manufactured by Stow Davis Furniture Co. Walnut and resin cube table designed by Frank and Aileen Rohloff, manufactured by Glenn of California. The two glass goblets blown by Ruth Tamura. The double woven 3 dimensional weaving of wool and leather, which is designed to be viewed from both sides, is by judith jurasek.

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A series of designs for public or airport seating. All are in fiberglass, and come in a variety of finishes and colors, all are modular in concept, and all are manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass Co. Above, a low and a higher backed version of a design by Douglas Deeds. To the right, the " Hump System" for seating, display pedestals, defining of spaces. An 8 inch foam pillow in the same 24 inch square dimension as the stands is available. The system comes in high gloss rich dark colors, and the heights vary from eight to forty eight inches. The design is by the Los Angeles Design Co., Arthur Golding and Doug Meyer.

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Opposite: In the background, the "Ventura Bench" by Douglas Deeds is designed to be floor or wall mounted. The seating unit in the foreground designed by Richard Thompson is interesting for its idea of mid-seat division of the module.


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Above : A prototype chair by Douglas Heaslet to be manufactured by Brown Saltman Furniture Company. Of oiled oak, the chair has a路 sling seat and back, with steel ties front and rear.

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Opposite above: Executive double pedestal desk of rosewood and polished stainless steel designed by Craig Ellwood for Carroll Sagar and Associates. Desk chair of molded poly-

urethane, a staff design, manufactured by Commercial Chair Company. Opposite left : Also for Carroll Sagar and Associates, a table desk of walnut or oak and nickel steel, designed by George Carroll . Opposite right : The photograph is of a model of a self skinning foam prototype of a modular seating syste m designed by Donald T. Chadwick.


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Above: Part of a "Work Center System" of fiberglass reinforced plastic designed by Douglas Deeds and Barry Rosengrant and manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass. Shown are the file screen, the desk and the secretarial return. The chair, by the same manufacturer, is designed by Douglas Deeds. On the floor, the 25 1/2 inch stoneware platter is part of the Gourmet-ware line of Architectural Pottery Co. and was designed by David Cressey, as were the two ceramic plariters to the left. This series of sand urns or planters is interesting for the high glazes and brilliant colors in which they are available. On the desk, a ceramic lamp

designed by George Kimura of Sy Allan Designs, Ltd. On the wall, by designer craftsman jon Sutton, an eleven foot diameter hooked and stitched tapestry. Opposite above : Against a 2 section silk panel, "Cool It," by Marian Clayden which is designed to be hung vertically 12 feet high with the top section rear lit, and the bottom front lit, a fiberglass chair by Douglas Deeds for Architectural Fiberglass Co. Opposite below: A prototype molded plastic chair by designer Donald T. Chadwick. The

background, entitled "Celebration #2" is a tritik discharge dyeing panel, like the one on the left, designed to be hung vertically, also by Marian Clayden. Opposite right: A modular seating concept designed by Donald T. Chadwick and manufactured by Kasparian under the name "Plump." This solution, with three basic elements, back, seat and side, is a steel and wood frame, foam construction, with stretch fabric upholstery. The slotted side accommodate back and seat and the total is infinitely expandable. A steel tie rod secures the elements.


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Opposite: Single chair of "Plu mp" system modular seating, designed by Donald T. Chadwick, and manufactured by Kasparian. Opposite above : Designer's drawing desk of rosewood formica and chrome, 29 x 45 inches, designed by Hector Huerta, Huerta Design Associates and manufactured by A & E Furniture Co. In the foreground, a lectern by Hugh and Donald Gibbs AlA. Manufactured by Waveii-Huber Wood Products, Inc. Tiles, a staff design by lnterpace Corp.

Opposite below: Table of " Plump" series, designed by Donald T. Chadwick and manufactured by Kasparian. Above: Study carrel and library arm chair designed by john Follis and Jay Timmens and manufactured by Hiebert, Inc., Library Furniture Division . The armchair has a knockdown feature and can be shipped disassembled. The tapestry, entitled " launch Pad," is a design by jerome and Evelyn Ackerman. Manufactured by Era. The radio, manufactured by Sanyo Electric Co. of japan is a Craig model portable,

designed by Design West, Inc., Clair A. Samhammer/Dale Smith, designers. The clock designed by Tepper and Steinhilber Association Inc., Roger Fleck and Gene Tepper designers and manufactured by Elbo Products. The walnut and bronze desk calendar was designed by Peter Pepper and manufactured by Peter Pepper Products, Inc.


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Opposite : Fiberglass pots designed by Douglas Deeds for Architectural Fiberglass Co. On the left, sphere modified with flattened sides, the AFGS series, and middle, one of th e AFSI series of angular shapes formalized with indented panels. On the right, a prototype design by Elsie Crawford of a sli m waisted light column, 61/2 feet high. Above left: By designer Stacy Dukes, a proto-

type for a si ngle mold contract stacking chair to be injection molded of ABS. The sculptured leg shape provides strength and lateral stability. Above right: Designed by l. C. Lang of the Architectural Crafts Guild of California, and manufactured by Durel Furnishings, these simple heavy outdoor furniture pieces are as suitable for public areas as for private gardens.

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Above : Handsome dark stained walnut double pedestal desk with chrome base designed by Richard W. Thompson for Glenn of California.

Opposite top : By designer John Follis for Fortress Chairs Inc. a simple handsome upholstered tilt and swivel executive desk chair.

Opposite below : Staff design manufactured b) Commercial Chair Company, a swivel pedestal chair molded in smoke grey acrylic.


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California Design of Closures and Enclosures

By Duane Brown, a fantastic, almost living, door. The press of a button causes first one, then another, of the 6 sculptural elements to unfold. The pictures show the various phases of opening, as well as the separate components. The door is made of fiberglass over sculptured foarn . The fiberglassing was done by Robert Spencer, and the mechanism for opening was designed by Ken Oxx.

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Above left : A minimal design for canisters, in which, that which is contained, speaks more loudly than the container. Designed and manufactured by Frank M . Vigneri . Above ri ght: Another plexiglass design by Frank Vigneri. Wall units which display and protect books, sculpture, whatever.

Left: A container of another kind. In one sensE equally as minimal as the plexiglass designs above, equally functional for its purpose. This is a sleeping bag carrier which weighs only S1/2 ounces. It is specifically designed t< fit the size and load carrying capabilities of the smaller hiker. Attached to the bottom of the sleeping bag carrier is a set of straps whid lash the sleepi ng bag or other bulky items such as clothing, firmly in place. A light waist strap prevents the pack from shifting. The fabric is urethane coated nylon. This children '~ pack was staff designed and is manufactured by Kelty Pack, Inc. the company whose original break through in pack design took the anguish out of back packing.

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Opposite above and right : A telephone booth of mirror, chrome and stained glass. This fantastic enclosure, when lit, reflects the glass colors from chromed and mirrored surfaces and becomes a glittering jewel of colored light. By jeffrey Speeth.

Opposite below : By designer craftsman Kay Whitcomb, made in Gosselies, Belgium at Crahalt Emailleries, doors for an institution, enamel on steel, 9 1/2 feet high, 5 feet 4 inches wide, an overdoor, not shown, completes the design.

Above : By designer craftsman C. Carl jennings forged gate, 8 feet high, 10 feet wide. Left: " Heroic Sunburst," cast bonded bronze double doors designed by Billy joe McCarroll and David Gillespie, and manufactured by Forms and Surfaces, Inc. Right : Sculptured bronze relief tabernacle by designer craftsman Everett Turner.


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Opposite top and above: Pop up shelter and/or display kiosk designed by Douglas Deeds and manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass Co. The frame of aluminum tubing, the shelter of nylon stretch fabric. This can be made a permanent structure by spraying with polyester resin.

Opposite below : A shelter of quite a different variety, designed for high mountain use and protection from a hostile environment. This tent, weighing only 5 pounds eight ounces has a 96 x 50 inch floor space. Tent, poles and

fly, roll together to approximately 6 x 20 inches. An effective tent must not only seal its occupants from the elements, but must keep the inside air still to prevent cooling by convection. The cut of this tent allows every panel and seam to be pulled taut to prevent flapping and air motion. The floor and 18 inches of the side wall are fully waterproof, yet flexible at extremely low temperatures. Entrances are sealed by nylon mosquito netting. With the entrances closed a small sleeve at the rear admits fresh air. Designed by justus Bauschinger and manufactured by North Face, Inc.

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Above and opposite left: An enclosure to create a whole new environmental experience. By designer craftsman Barbara Shawcroft, this knotless netting jute structure entitled, "Arizona Inner Space," is conceived of as a constantly growing, ever changing organic space. Constantly evolving and changing, the struc-

ture will ultimately attach through tunnels to other similar forms. The soft Southwest earth colors, the gentle tactile experience of jute, the filtered light through the areolas, all form a special contemplative environment quite apart from the hard edged every day world. The structure as it now exists is approximately 6 feet in diameter and 17 feet high.

Opposite top: By designer craftsman, Gerhard Knodel, a dining environment. Woven of cotton, linen and nylon, and incorporating mirrors, it creates a room approximately 8 x 12 feet.


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Above: Cast bronze door pull by Malcolm Leland. Leland perhaps more than any other California artist has developed pure sculptural forms for a :nultiplicity of architectural uses from cement blocks to building facings, from fountains to door pulls. Manufactured by Forms and Surfaces, Inc.


California Industrial Design

Above left : By designer Paul R. Maguire and manufactured by D. P. Bushnell Inc. To be marketed under the trade name, Expo, the binocular was designed to sell at low cost. The glass fiber filled plastic case allowed a different form to emerge, with better weight relationships and a better product life.

Above right: By Tepper & Steinhilber Associates Inc., Gene Tepper and Roger Fleck designed an entire series of products utilizing the simple stove pipe form, in high colors as wel l as black and white. Above is the clock. Manufactured by Elba Products.


Above left and right: Additional cast bronze door pulls by Malcolm Leland, and manufactured by Forms and Surfaces, Inc. The one at the right was designed to read as a continuing form with its counterpart on the other side of a glass door. These pulls are 12 inches long.

Top: Lucite table clock designed by Ralph Siller and manufactured by Design I. Opposite: All the designs on the opposite page are by members of the firm of Design West and are manufactured by the Sanyo Electric Company of japan.

Top, bottom and right: By Clair A. Samhammer and Dale D. Smith, all Craig Models, a personal AM/FM radio, a portable AM/FM radio, and a compact AM/FM stereo receiver system of three 83/4 inch cubes. In the middle: By Salvatore Merendino and Clair A. Samhammer, a Craig Model personal AM radio.


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Above : A sail cart for land sailers. Fiberglass body designed by Douglas Deeds and manufactured by H. M. S. Marine Inc.

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Left : Industrial designer Ron Rezek, in consultation with lifeguard veteran, Bob Burnside, designed the rotationally molded polyethelene patrol rescue can. The can, manufactured by Surf-Saving International, is considered the


first major design breakthrough in this type of equipment in 50 years. It is molded in a seamless process which allows an air filled piece with maximum flotation. The can is molded in brilliant orange with ultra violet shielding to provide long color life. Though rigid, the material has a certain flexibility eliminating personal injury which occurred with the previously used metal cans.

Above : Designed by l. R. Werntz, the rocked camber ski represents the first change in ski configuration in many years. This ski was designed with a flat stiff running surface extending from the tail to the center. This section without side camber, tracks like an ice skate in straight running position. The ski then rises slightly from the center forward, creating a "Rocker" or pivot point at the center, when

the weight is shifted forward. This releases pressures on the back running section and reduces any lateral turning friction or resistance to a very small area at the center of the ski. Above right: Designed by Kenneth Pitcher for Healthways, Inc. the gun, CO, powered, is the first automatic BB rifle. The stock is wood and the barrel is a solid zinc casting.


Above: By designer james R. Belknap, a prototype plastic dust pan. Opposite top: Designed by Stuart D. Barnes and manufactured by Robert long lighting, a galvanized steel, wall mounted, self closing mail box.

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Opposite below : By Diane M . and R. Dale Olson, mutes for trumpet and trombone, manufactured by Acoustic Instruments. Molded in one piece from high impact polystyrene,

these forms are used to modify the tonal quality of trumpets and trombones. Previously, mutes have been constructed from cardboard or other fiber products which could only be formed into a straight cone. It is acoustically desirable to have the mutes conform to the contour of the trumpet and trombone bell. Using plastic, the optimum and seamless configuration can be achieved. The mutes shown, represent the first time such items have been successfully made from plastic.


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Opposite top : Manufactured by Touch-PlateElectro Systems, Inc., a staff design. The six button plate is the control ce nter plate fro m which the lights for an entire house or institution can be regulated at once. The other plates in the mount are the wall plates to be used with such a low vo ltage system. Th e se ries of wall plates below are Flush-Plates by th e same company, showi ng the different fi nishes available, as well as the interchangability of rim s. Opposite below: A telescoping curtain rod manufactured by the Clary Corporation, designed by Hager Designs, no ceiling or wall track is needed. Above: Designed by Rob ert L. Greene fo r Beckman Instruments, Inc., the IR33 spectrophotometer. Designed for production quanti-

ties of 350 a year, the instrument represents a new concept in spectrophotom etry. It is used for both qualitative and quantitative analyses. Because the in strument was propo sed as a low cost low quantity production unit, production methods were considered within this demand. The hou si ng is composed of 5 th ermo formed plastic units and formed Red ABS plasti c extrusions. Front cover and th e recorder bed are snapped to base unit for easy accessibility to the electronic compartment and paper storage. The machine has unusually high resolution for th e cost, and can analyze mi cro samples without auxiliary equipment. Above right : Designed by Robert Elder of Elder and Anderso n Industrial Design, manu factured by the Align-A-Tron Corporation . The Do t-o-Tron reads the percentage of the dot pattern in a half tone negative. Th e Trans-o-

Tron reads the transmitted density of a continuous tone negative. Both preci sio n instruments are rechargeable, battery powered. Both give instant accurate readings. The casings are chrome plated brushed zinc die castings on top, Noryl black plastic on the base. Below left : Designed by Robert Elder of Elder and Anderson Industrial Design, and manufactured by the Testor Corporation, the TesterMcCoy 0.40 cubic inch model airplane engine. Of die cast aluminum. Below right: Designed by Keck-Craig Associates and manufactured by Robertshaw Controls Company, Control Systems Divis io n, pneumatic wall thermostat incorporating the best features of industrial design for this function, the dials are readable, simple, minimal.


Above: Catamaran designed by Allan j. Arnold and manufactured by Gen Mar, Inc. The 15 foot fiberglass boat weighs 150 pounds. Its design is interesting in that it was basically arrived at by computerization of optimum shape for minimizing water friction.

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Opposite top: A two man gyroplane. Armand Fiori and Associates, were the industrial design consultants, and D. K. javonovich was the aeronautical designer. McCulloch Aircraft is the manufacturer. The little plane, only 16 feet long cruises at 110 miles per hour, takes off

and lands in 100 to 150 feet and has a 200 mile range. Opposite left: Designed by William H. Curry and manufactured by Design Line, "Luvlights" 6 inches high. Opposite right: Clocks with acrylic frames designed by Bob Blosser, manufactured by Design Group. The clocks are photographed on lnterpace tiles in a black and white caning pattern. Staff design.


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Above and below left : Shoe display hangers by Deborah Sussman. Plastic coated or chrome plated wire. Manufactured by Metal Forming Co. Below right: Carl G. Magnusson designed the simple but original hardware for hanging a fabric room divider. The weights keep the fabric taut. Manufactured by Fortress Chairs, Inc. (I

Opposite top left : An original shape in a disposable serving spoon designed to rest on the rim of the serving bowl, the spoon is injection molded cycolac. Commissioned and designed by Tepper & Steinhilber Associates, Kellogg Fleming, for the Nut Tree Restaurant. Opposite top right : Casseroles by Charles Chaney. Colorful porcelain enamel on steel. Manufactured by Hanova, Inc.

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Opposite bottom right and left: Walter Landor Associates designed these food service pieces in plastic for Alitalia Airlines. The simple integrated stacking shapes might be useful for domestic use as well as the commercial purpose for which they were designed.


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Above left : Wallcoverings designed by Bob Mitchell and manufactured by Mitchell Designs. Top, " Parquet Plaid," flocked, on medium burlap, below "Follow the Arrow," hand-print on vinyl wallpaper.

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Above right : Designed by Remy Chatain, a custom wallpaper, entitled "Gates of Mordor," manufactured by C. W. Stockwell.

Opposite top and right: Three wallpapers designed by Charles Barone and manufactured by Charles Barone, Inc. Top, "Diagonal Stripe," on polished paper ground, right, "Interplay," on aluminum foil, and middle, " Charlie's Garden," also on aluminum foil. Opposite left : "Illusion," designed by john Leigh Spath and manufactured by Albert Van Luit and Co.


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I Stereo systems and components. Above: joseph D. Portanova, Director of Design, john Ballantyne, designer, Teledyne Packard Bell, manufacturer. Thin profile stereo in rosewood, the two sides lift up to reveal speakers, the center section houses the record player.

Inc. designers, from left to right Aquarius 2, by j.B.L. Staff, Roger Crane ; Arnold Wolf, Consultant. Center, Aquarius 4, by j .B.L. Staff, Roger Crane, and right Aquarius 1, by Arnold Wolf Associates, Douglas Warner, j.B.L. Staff, Roger Crane.

Opposite top: Three indirect radiating loudspeaker systems in walnut, manufactured by james B. Lansing Sound, Inc., Arnold Wolf,

Opposite right: Arnold Wolf Associates, designers, james B. Lansing Sound, Inc., manufacturer, indirect radiating loudspeakers. Left,

Aquarius 3 veneered wood, lacquer finish , j .B.L. Staff Roger Crane. Right Aquarius 2A, by Douglas Warner of Arnold Wolf Associates, j .B.L. Staff, Roger Crane. Opposite left : "Trio," modular stereo cubes in rosewood with pedestals, manufactured by Teledyne Packard Bell, joseph D. Portanova, Director of Design, john Ballantyne, designer.


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Opposite left: The taller lamp, 61 inches high, was designed by architect Jack Haywood, and is manufactured by Modeline Co. of California, Inc. Symmetrical architectural monoliths are carved out to frame the light source, and are pinned together with aluminum dowels. The lamp comes in a choice of six lacquer finishes . On the right, a prototype lamp, 40 inches high, also comes in table lamp size. Made of plexiglass joined by aluminum dowels. Designed by Bill Andriewski. Opposite top and bottom : A new concept in recreational vehicle lighting by Arnold Wolf Associates, Stephen Hettenbach designer and manufactured by Xantech Corporation. These fixtures operate from any 12 volt DC source, such as an automobile battery. A 3 way switch permits dimming of lights to prevent battery drain. End caps are of molded neoprene with rounded edges to minimize likelihood of accidental injury.

Opposite center: Framing projector lighting unit for precise outline of paintings and art works with light integral low voltage transformer. Design reflects separate housing for transformer and optical system. Designed by larry l. Routh and manufactured by Prescolite Division of U.S. Industries. Above: Par spot or flood light for Trac lite system. This system can be cut to any length by the installer. The track is energized by rotating cam 1/4 inch turn. Many lighting elements in addition to the design shown are available for use in this system. Designed by larry l. Routh and manufactured by Prescolite Division of U.S. Industries. Right: Prototype light fixture designed by sculptor john A. Fox. One half may be used as a wall light as shown, two halves may be joined to form an amusing 2 foot high light bulb lamp.

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Above: "Infinity Chandelier," designed by Bob Blosser, manufactured by Design Group. The plexiglass fins can be changed in pattern. Right: By Tepper and Steinhilber, Gene Tepper and Roger Fleck, manufactured by Elbo Products, a light within the stove pipe housing. Opposite top: The "Lightrium," lighted ceiling system designed by Rolando T. Curtis and manufactured by Integrated Ceilings, Inc. The ceiling consists of an aluminum grid which is field connected by means of a die cast junction fitting to form tangent pyramids which may point upward or downward or any alternate to the designers taste. The grid structure forms

triangular openings which receive matte white or colored acrylic luminous diffusers. Incandescent lamps or automatic fire sprinklers may be located at any exposed grid junction. Opposite right: A prototype lamp in one piece molded plastic designed by Joseph Bernstien, manufactured by Daedalus Designs. Opposite left: A prototype lamp designed by james E. Barnes. The lamp is designed to come in its own box which can open down to become a stand, or be partially opened to shield one side, or can be changed to a variety of positions.


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Opposite top: A prototype double decker bed designed by Hans Delyser. The lower bunk can be dropped into place by a six year old, yet, when raised, offers space for play. The chicken on the bed is a prototype by designer Elsie Crawford, who also designed the prototype changeable dog at the left. On the wall, plastic coated silk screen graphic posters. Patrick Maddux designer, manufactured by Graphic Systems Co. On the left; "Panel of Toys," by designer Darla Steveson Stits. On the right rear a three story cardboard doll house which opens up to a castle of many rooms ready to be decorated and inhabited . Designed by Bruce Dodds,

manufactured by the Inside-Out Doddhouse. In front of the house on the left, a cardboard chair, one piece construction by designer joel Peslin. On the right; A wooden tree spatial puzzle by designers Lois Diffrient and Helen Smith, and manufactured by Lyndon Craft. The four plastic toys are manufactured by the Samsonite Corporation and designed by members of the firm of Design West, Inc. Dubi-Fun, a preschool pounding toy by designer David Workman, Lacer Racer, by designers Tim M. Uyeda and Ted Shida. The Mailbox, by designer Dale D. Smith, and Klimbing Klowns, by David Workman and Ted Shida.

Opposite bottom left and right : For the precocious and meditative a new concept in chess sets by Lawrence E. Green. All pieces interlock neatly into a 5 inch cube. A prototype to be produced in lacquered wood or acrylic plastic. Above: An easily assembled prefabricated play and storage structure approximately 9 cubic feet in unfinished redwood and painted plywood. Designed by Roger Fleck and manufactured by Bluepeter. Prototype toy pedal truck by Peter A. Stevenson.


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Opposite top : A prototype design by Dick Ahlstrand for a knockdown and assemble yourself doll house in finished birch plywood. Opposite right: Carl G. Magnusson's wooden toy system, a prototype. Opposite left: Rocky Reindeer and Uni-Rock {rocking unicorn), grown up toys designed

and made of walnut and maple by Pamela Weir. Above: A group of designs for children . On the left, a group of hollow blocks, made of pine, designed by Helen Brice Smith. The blocks have supplemental equipment such as the propeller, a mast, etc. and induce imaginative play. In the foreground, a prototype design

for an airplane kite, to be sold as a kit. Robert L. Kirby Ill, designer. Cloth covered foam blocks by designer Carolyn V. Batkin. The bed designed to be used singly or double decker, of solid birch wood is by Helge B. Olsen, manufactured by Gordon Nevills. lnnova Inc., Fred Adickes, was the designer of the doll, manufactured by Playskool Inc.


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Opposite left: Designed by Chrysalis Corporation and manufactured by Childs Play Unlimited, 'My World,' child's environment. The vinyl structure can be inflated with a vacuum cleaner, the clear see through arches can be dropped. The entire structure, deflated weighs about 4 pounds and can be folded into a neat package. Opposite top : Made by craftsman Gerard Leistikow, a leather sling cradle of laminated ash. The laminations form a handsome pattern where they meet at the base.

Opposite below : Another cradle, this one of oak and leather, by craftsman Lorne Peterson . Left: Animal blocks by Evelyn Ackerman, manufactured by Era Industries. These 9 inch square blocks can be ordered with infinite varieties of animals. Above right: Bread sculpture, "Eagle with Nails," by Barbara Brody.

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California Design of Jewelry

路Opposite left: Gold on copper "ha rness" by sculptress Claire Falkenstein. Opposite right : By craftsman David La Plantz, in sterling silver, a wine container whose humorous design would indeed indicate that it contained spirits. Above: By craftsman Bryson Gerard, a silver dinner ring with a baroque pearl. Above right: One of a group of 3 perfume bottles in ste rling silver by joe Apodaca.

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Opposite left: The ring on the left by Esther Lewittes. Three gold rectangles serve as the setting for the three green tourmalines. On the right, a gold ring with amethyst and corundum sapphire by Eben W. Haskell . Opposite right above: This silver and brass piece, designed by Carolyn E. Utter, as a leg ornament to be worn below the knee, seemed equally intriguing to the photographer as a neckpiece.

Opposite right below: Cast gold neckpiece with emerald crystals and pearls by Dieter Miiller-Stach.

high, and to compare it with the really monumental grandfather clock by the same craftsman on page 30.

Top left: A silver chalice with Mexican lace agates by Michael Lacktman.

Above left: "Collar for the American Woman," bronze headpiece or necklace by William L. Clark.

Top right : By Ron Blanton, a cast gold ring with baroque and white pearls. It is interesting to note the monumental quality of this ring, even though it is of course only 13/4 inches

Above right : By craftsman Zaven Zee Sipantzi, a hand formed sterling silver coffee service. Handle and knobs are of ebony.


Top left: A forged gold neckpiece with beads, garnets and pearls by AI Pine.

a roll top jewel box of Claro walnut inlaid with congo wood.

Top center: Cast fabricated medallion neckpiece by George P. Van Duinwyk.

Above right : By limited production craftsman, Florence Resnikoff, a gold plated copper and plastic pin, 6 inches long.

Top right: Forged gold-plate pin with pearls and moonstones by Bob jefferson. Above left: By craftsman Morris ). Sheppard,

Opposite : By Mona Trunkfield, body jewelry in plastic and silver.

Opposite top: Electroformed copper and bras: collar with Egyptian pa ste beads and agate, by Carole Small . Opposite bottom : By john Gregg Berryman, " Object for Visual Pleasure," a sculpture of silver and lucite.


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Opposite top right: By Lorne Peterson, gold ring with ivory ball. Opposite bottom right: By Everett W . Macdonald, yellow gold ring with watermelon tourmaline. Opposite top left: By Stephanie Swiggett, single dramatic gold ear ornament, with moonstones and biwa pearls. Opposite bottom left: By Arline Fisch, gold butterfly ring with tourmaline crystal. Top left: By j. B. Rea, box of raised and chased silver. Top right: Inside design ring by Terry Ryan. Below: A perfect miniature box, 2 inches square, of sterling, gold and copper, by Kenneth Darling.

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Opposi te left top : By Ken Cory, scaled with a symbol of our tim es which seems to relate to th e statement of the jewelry, three pins, " Lever," " Cube," and " Shell." Opposite left below : A cast gold figure ring by Joseph R. Addotta.

Opposite right: A silver halter by Arline M. Fisch.

Top right: By George D. Mclean, a gold necklace with pearls and a fossil trilobite.

Top left: Hand wrought bronze necklace with square stained glass window, 100 year old Peking glass and jade beads by Arthur S. Korb.

Above left: By John E. Nugent, a gold and agate ring.

Top center : A sterling silver neckpiece by John Dickerhoff of multiple forged shapes and red enamel on copper beads.

Above right : A rosewood and ebony bowl 7 inches square by Diane Ross.


Above left : By Ida Rose, non-loom neckpiece of mixed fibers, enameled wire, and metal. Above center: A segmented pendant neckpiece in silver, by Anthony B. Roller. Above right : A constructed and cast gold and jade pendant by john Leary.

Opposite top left : In a plexiglass wall hung case designed and manufactured by Frank M. Vigneri, a silver and rosewood articulated collar by Frederick W. james. Opposite below left : By Carole Small, a hand raised, double spouted, sterling silver teapot

decorated with moonstones and cut crystals, and with an agate handle. Opposite top right : Silver server with ivory lid by AI Ching. Opposite right below: Plastic and silver neckpiece and pendant by Henry Rianda.


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Top left: By Sylvia Falkove, a cast gold ring with synthetic sapphire. Top right: " Saprophyte," a reliquary commenting on the state of man, by William L. Clark. The artist states, " This word denotes the obtaining of food by absorbing dissolved organic material. My piece shows a small tree with fruit growing on a human nail, and worm like vine form emerging from the top

of the finger. My idea is that man's destroying his enviro nment will probably only give rise to a new form of life through our decay." Below, left and right: Walnut ring display case by William Jaquith Evans. On the left, the case as it appears closed; on the right, without the cover, showing the slot for the rings. Each slot has a hidden bar which holds the ring securely in place.

Opposite: By lynda Watson, a two part gold neckpiece designed to wear one section over the other forming a complicated cross over pattern. The photographer, however, saw it in this longer version. Opposite right: A piece of "now" jewelry by craftsman Ed lund . It is a "Ritual Pendant" of copper, leather, rooster breast and pearls.


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Ceramics have long been strong in California and the diversity of clays, glazes, and attitudes apparent in this exhibition indicate continuing developmental exp lorations in this medium.

V. Nichols, and salt glazed stoneware covered jar, by Steve Slaney.

Above left : Left to right, a covered stoneware jar by Greg Van Velsir, lidded pot by Robert

Opposite: By Helen Watson, a stoneware scu lpture with copper lustre on black glaze.

Above right: "Zuni Pot," by Mike Frimkess, decorated by Magdalena Suarez Frimkess.


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Top: Alice in Wonderland shapes in clay and fiber. Tea pot of porcelain with lustre glaze by Victoria A. Bennett. Red crochet vessel by Barbara Shawcroft. Below left: A porcelain covered jar by Michael Arntz. Below center: Ceramic plaques with photo em ulsion images by Robert Ransom.

Right: By craftsman Dave Cressey, a new ceramic wall material developed to be mass produced, unusual in that it rema ins flat in firing. Many glazes and textures up to an inch in depth are available. An example of the developments of the creative craftsman in industry, manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass Co.

Opposite top : By Elaine Katzer, " Tribesman #6/' clay sculpture for garden or pool. These handsome forms are approximately 10 feet high and cover a length of almost 12 feet. They are indicative of a move among the California craftsmen towards creating environmental, mood producing works. Opposite below : By joe Soldate a monumental, yellow stoneware heart.


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Above left : By Faith Hornbacher, a landscape wall of stoneware and rope. Right top : Stoneware candelabra by Dennis Parks. Right bottom: Stoneware planters by Dale Roush. Opposite left : By Michi ltami Zimmerman, stoneware branch vase.

Opposite top center: By jack H. Feltman, a wheel thrown porcelain bottle with cone 10 crystalline glaze. This bottle is indicative of the experimentation in crystalline glazes which has gone on under the teaching and research of Dr. Herbert Sanders at San jose. Opposite top right : Harrison Mcintosh turns his hand to pure form. The beauty of the

simple shape, pin point balanced on its steel base, is a new direction for this master potter. Opposite right bottom : A ceramic low fire goblet by Carl W. Vilbrandt, jr. with a porcelain box by Florence Ferman and a " seed box with lid" of carved rosewood by Michael Hill.


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Opposite left top: A group of porcelain containers on a gold silk tie dye banner by Carter Page Smith. In the foreground and to the left, handthrown porcelain branch bottles by Hacik Gamityan. Center, covered jar by M. Susan Scott, and right, bowl by Elsa Rady. Opposite left below: By Allan Widenhofer, ceramic platter, "Girl with Copper Checks." Opposite right: Ceramic garden sculpture, 8 feet high, by David Krouser.

Above top: Adrian Saxe, wallpiece of ceramic discs in varied glazes, whose colors, reflecting from the half round disc shapes, establish constantly changing visual interrelationships. Above left: Black cookie jars by Patrick Siler. Above right: By jun Kaneko, transparent glaze over color slip, ceramic, sculptural forms.

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Opposite top : "The Cocktail Party," by Suki Graef. This 3 by 6 foot 'occasion,' in stoneware, amusingly extracts the essence of such events. Opposite below : A sculpture of slip cast ceramic cans by Melinda Grant. Above top left : Left to right, porcelain oil lamp by Adrian Saxe, center, lidded, beaded,

monstered, stoneware bowl on a pedestal, entitled, "Edith, Lizzie, Grace, Charity and Watchout" by William Wilhelmi. On the right, glass object by Bob Biniarz. Above left: By David Cressey, production "Gourmet Ware," reduction fired stoneware designs, produced by Architectural Pottery Company.

Center: On a ceramic "Rockish Cube," by Andrea Ayers, a bowl of glazed stoneware with silver on copper by Ann Levin. Lustre glaze on stoneware box by Florence Moore Cohen. To the left, by Carole Small, hammered copper vessel. Above right: By Robert L. Glover, stoneware sculpture with lustre overglaze.


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Opposite top left: By Winn Burke, a six foot high sculpture, "Our Remaining Landscape is Getting Darker." Opposite top right: By Ralph Bacerra, two earthenware scu lptures, one, " lbo," 5 feet tall, the other "Candado," 4 feet, 10 inches high. Opposite bottom: A stoneware, " Organic Water Wall," 7Vl feet high, 12 feet long, by Elaine Katzer. Standing in the shadow of these massive forms one has a feel of the eroding earth, yet withal a sense of nature's enfolding oneness with man. Top: Stoneware instruments by William Shinn, the two drums, the "Moo n Harp," and the amplified instrument all have resonance difficult to achieve in stoneware and are the result of several years experimentation on the part of the artist. Right : By Rurik Kallis, high fire stoneware punch coolers and cups.

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Above: Ceramic fountain by Rhoda Le Blanc Lopez.

Michael Atkins, center, American Eagle Storage jar, and right, Spaghetti jar, by Gary Cetti.

Opposite top left: By Charlotte G. Arnold, on the left, stoneware sculpture, "Geometric Study with Frills," on the right, "Grandmother's Lace Doily."

Opposite below left : Stoneware ceramic sculpture by William Shinn.

Opposite top right: Three lidded, salt glazed, stoneware pots, the one on the left, by

Opposite center right: "Ray Gun #8," by Louis Esposito. Below: Ceramic oaken bucket by Thano johnson.


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Top left : Tea set of high fired stoneware with low fire chartreuse glaze by Arthur E. Nelson. Top right: By David Kuraoka, raku bottle 15 inches high. Lower left : By Francis T. Chun, wheel thrown china box and platter with engobes decoration and lustre glaze. Lower right: By Victoria Frey, covered stoneware pots, on the left, " 14," on the right, "Farm Landscape," these pots with colorful low fire glazes, are representative of some of the funk school of sculpture in ceramics. Opposite top : The partially glazed ceramic sculpture 34 inches high, by Randy Teeple, stands against the desert horizon like a singu lar creature of prehistory.

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Opposite below: Ceramic sculpture, " Monument to Hetch Hetchy," by Michael Arntz.


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Opposite top left : Covered jars by Michael Atkins, left, and on the right, by Thorn Collins. Opposite top right : By limited production craftsman Marilyn MacKenzie, ceramic boar's head wall fountain . Opposite below: A group of lidded stoneware jars by Philip G. Cornelius.

Top left: Ceramic gloves by Laraine Wade. So well crafted they look as if they had been carelessly put down a hundred years ago, and were petrified unchanged, as a memory of the past. Below left: Three piece ceramic sculpture by Peter G. Mitchell.

Top right : A group of perfect miniature pots by Gertrud and Otto Natzler. Even though minute, they show Gertrud's elegant forms and Otto's superb glazes. Below right: lustre dome by )aye D. Evans.


For the first time, this year's submissions in fiber were equal to those in clay. Form and expression took every avenue, and many explorations with the properties of man-made as well as natural fibers were in evidence. Also apparent was a vast increase in the sophistication of approach and in environmental concepts. Left : Batik on cotton by Linda Morishita. The abstract design in orange, brown, olive, pink and navy is of a Turkish mosque.

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Above and in detail opposite : A great wall tapestry of handspun wools, mohair, and other fibers, double woven. The hanging, by joan Austin, is nine feet long and six feet high .


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Above: A woven batik hanging by james Bassler. Below: By Gyongy Laky, a multicolored basket constructed of woven tubes of synthetic yarns. Opposite left : A fifteen foot high light sculpture ; double weave of finest wool yarns, by Jacquetta Nisbet. The column is equally pleasing unlit. Opposite right top: By Susan Rosenberg Thompson, "Blazing Star," warp ikat, overshot weaving. Opposite right bottom: Gerhard Knodel 's environment, entitled, "Something to Do with Trees." Four fabric constructions of wool, silk, nylon and polyester, surface decorated, by silk screening, batiking and flocking.


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)pposite left: A sculptural knotted hanging of 路ope, 7 feet high by Sharyn Amii .

)pposite top : By Helen Wood Pope, woven addle bags for pillow pad.

>pposite below : Framed quilt, "Fo lksong," by ,nn Ammons Bryant.

Above: An adventure in fiber by Bonnie MacGilchrist. This soft fireplace, woven in broad bands of asbestos fiber is said by the artist to be functional.

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Opposite top left : A padded, feathered construction, woven by Michael Schrier of handspun, vegetable dyed wool, feathers and a pheasant. Opposite below left: By Marianne Childress, " Kiva Ladder," a weaving of natural materials, leather, horsehair and vegetable dyed woo ls, mounted on saplings. Evoking the aura of the kiva, the ceremonial chamber of the Pueblo Indians, this woven construction carries with it a mystical sense of man's relationship to all natural things.

Opposite right: Nylo n monofilament 3 dimensional weaving, "Naga re VI ," by Kay Seki machi. Above left: By Jud ith Kinn ell , " Th e Record Pl aye r." Above righ t : By Neda AI -Hil ali, knotted mobile, "Ship of Fools," va ri o us f ibers in rich purple shad ings.

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Top: Woven tapestry in white, black and tones of grey, by Lillian Elliott. Below : joan Lintault's " Landscape 3," silk patchwork wall hanging. Right : "Black Rope Waves," a silk screened cotton fabric designed by Ronald Fox, manufactured by Mutabor.

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Opposite page left : Blue and purple, silk screen printed and stuffed textile hanging or floor piece by Cathy McCardle.


Above right : By Lynn Mauser, a blue and white printed textile. Bottom right : By Robert Fried, a hand silk screen on cotton fabric, manufactured by Mutabor. This fabric could be called a 20th century toile, for it has the graphic feel as well as the story telling quality of the earlier fabric except that here the hero is a frog I

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Above left: By Robert James Mills, a knotted, free standing sculptural form. This represents the kind of adventuring the California craftsman is doing, as he works with new materials and in new directions. The shape is achieved by variations of construction. The large four foot nine inch piece stands without support, and is the experimental precursor to free standing sculptured fiber walls.

At!ove right : "Peruvia 1700," w~ven tapestry 5 feet by 8 feet by Linda D'Amico. Opposite left: A transparent shadow play construction by Gerhardt Knodel. The shadow echoes of the flocked transparent bands speak almost as strongly as the hangi~gs themselves.

Opposite top right : By Gerhard Knodel, "Act II," eight sculptural revolving panels of screen printed, nylon stretch fabric. Opposite bottom : "Fleur de Lys," textile ink on cotton wall hanging, 8 feet by 6'/2 feet by Jacquetta Nisbet.


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Above left: A fluid form of interlaced yarns with underwater feeling by Ted Hallman, played against the more fixed forms of pots, left to right, Pearl Pot, by Robert V. Nichols, lidded pot by RogerS. Bailey and stoneware, "Neu 9," by Hugh A. Aanonson.

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Above right: By Kay Aronson, "Natural Deviate," a free hanging, 2 sided soft sculpture of abstract form, with a plastic window.

Opposite top: By Carole Beadle, "A Pair of Small Forms," crocheted and feathered. Opposite below: A handspun, hand dyed blanket of wool and mohair by Geraldine Scalone. Opposite right: By Alan G. Lucas, "Circle," padded wall sculpture.


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Opposite left: Reflective structure of plexiglass and mirrors by Charles E. Borman. Opposite right: By james Wayne, vase form of blown glas , textured and fumed. Above left: "Four Views of Infinity," a study for a large architectural, low relief enamel on copper panel, also in the show, by Arthur Ames. Above right: Free blown glass, "Boo t Vase," by john Alfred Anderson.

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Above left: By Ellamarie Woolley, enamel on copper panel, "M utation ."

Opposite top left : Leaded glass sculpture by jane Marquis.

Above top right: "Buddha's Navel," vitreous enamel on copper and steel, by Arthur Ames. Bottom right: Free blown glass sculpture by Kathy Wolfe. This piece has interior illumination which materially adds to the interest of the piece in both form and color.

Opposite below left: A group of "Moon Bottles" by John Lewis. Some of the bottles are clear, some fumed, one has a captured butterfly. All of these disciplined blown shapes have a quality of the motion of sky and sea. Opposite top right: Enamel on copper bowl with electro-forming, by june Schwarcz.

Opposite right center: Glass bottles by janet and Leroy R. Price. Left to right, by Leroy, "Banded Ampulla," by Janet, "Ampulla," by Leroy, "Footed Balsamarium," by janet, "Footed Unguentarium," by Leroy, "Striped Ampulla." Opposite right below: Free blown glass sculpture by Fred Lucero, "15 Dots Inside with You."


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Opposite left top: Gli!'Ss bottle by Esteban Prieto. Opposite left below : By Bruce George, free blown glass sculpture that moves on aluminum-top base. Opposi te top : Glass sculpture by john Burton. Top: lustered glass bowl " Onion Skin" design by Stephen Zachofsky. Below: Free blown glass cup and saucer by Paula Bartron .

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Opposite left: Plywood and resin construction by Alexander Moseley. Opposite right above: Reinforced polyester sculpture by Kipp Stewart. This strong graphic form is an interesting departure for one who has long been distinguished in other fields of design.

Opposite right below: By Professo r George Muro and his classes in design, researches in unhackneyed shapes which might be adaptable to furniture design, but which are pleasing by themselves or in combinations. Above : Slender acrylic constructions whose colors float and move as one passes. By Valdis Zarins.

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Opposite left : " Porpoise Totem," wood construction by Mabel Hutchinson. Opposite right : Sculpture of glass, steel and lucile, by john Alfred Anderson. Above: Covering a length of 11 V2 feet, Louis Gross has carved a flowing organic architectural relief sculpture of California redwood.

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left: "Seethrough," by jackson Woolley. Not of iron as it appears to be, this rocking, optically intriguing sculpture, 6% feet high, is a wood construction painted with crinkly, shiny, black polyester resin . Opposite left : By Ruth Erlich, " Encounter Series #4," six foot high articulated column of silvered glass. Opposite above right : By Douglas Moryl, blinking, flashing, sculptu red forms of monumental quality, though they vary from only seven to twelve inches in height.

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Opposite right below: By Sandra Rubin, meticulously constructed of illustration board, highly colored relief cube. Each side different in design and coloring.


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Top: By Kim Newcomb, "Bird Woman of Los Angeles," constructed of latex and feathers, wearing a gas mask. This weird sculpture is indicative of two trends, one, using sculpture as a social comment, and two, the occult statement, particularly evident in Northern California. Bottom: By Douglas Wayne Phillips, resin on canvas sculpture.

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Opposite: The only sculpture in the exhibition with folk art roots, by Benjamin de Serrano, "The Airplane." This fascinating Freudian secular Santo emerges as a strong personal contemporary statement from the deep MexicanSpanish religious tradition. The figures are carved of wood, highly polychromed. Total structure, more than 7 feet in height, is wood frame construction covered with canvas. Every surface is painted with a literary symbology which transforms the whole into a flight into the surreal world of Serrano's inner consciousness.


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Opposite : " Monolith," laminated particle board sculpture more than 6 feet in height, by lohn Kapel. The inscription, in old Hebraic ;cript, is the first day in Genesis. f\bove left : A t11rning cube of polished and rushed steel surfaces, by Harold Pastorius.

Above right: In fabric and plexiglass "Computerized Matchmaker," by Ida Horowitz. The yards of tiny hand drawn computer numbers, the soft and flaccid form spewing out information, makes its statement of objection to the rule of the machine.

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AANONSEN, HUGH A. 701 Rockdale Drive, San Francisco 94127 Neu 9-stoneware, 16~ x 15 inches ....... 144 ACKERMAN, EVELYN 5153 Cota Street, Culver City 90230 2 Campesina, woven tapestry, 23 x 41 inches 3 Labyrinth, woven tapestry, 29 x 48 inches 4 Animal Block Series, carved wood 9 x 9 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 9 x 19 inches Manufactured by Era Industries, Inc. ACKERMAN, JEROME & EVELYN 5153 Cota Street, Culver City 90230 5 Blocks, woven tapestry, 18 x 68 inches 6 Aerial View, woven tapestry, 44 x 70 inches 7 Launch Pad, woven tapestry, 44 x 70 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Manufactured by Era Industries, Inc.

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ADDOITA, JOSEPH R. 233 No. Beachwood Drive, Los Angeles 90004 Cast 14K gold figure ring ............... 108

AHLSTRAND, DICK 1281 Hearst Avenue, Berkeley 94702 9 Free-access doll house, birch plywood, 20 x 30 x 20 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 AL-HILALI, NEDA 11732 Darlington, Los Angeles 90049 10 Ship of Fools, knotted mobile, 3~ feet high, various fibers ........................... 139 11 Purple Throne, knotted structure, 2 feet high, 5 feet long triangle, various fibers 12 Thistle Thing, woven knotted wallhanging, 9 x 3 feet, various fibers AMES, ARTHUR 4094 Olive Hill Drive, Claremont 91711 13 Buddha's Navel, vitreous enamel on copper and steel, 24 x 16 inches ..................... 148 14 4 Views of Infinity, vitreous enamel on copper and steel, 16 x 16 inches ................. 147 15 36 Views of Infinity, low relief panel, enamel on copper, 75 inches high, 34 inches wide AMII, SHARYN T. 1756 Franklin Street #3, Santa Monica 90404 16 Knotted, braided hanging, 7 feet long, natural fiber-sisal rope 17 Sculptural knotted hanging, natural fiber rope, 7 feet high, 3 feet wide .................. 136

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ANDERSON, JOHN ALFRED 890 Winchester Avenue, San Jose 95128 Boot Vase, 12 x 6 x 4 inches, glass, free blown ............................. 147 Vase with Extenders, 10 x 5 x 3 inches, glass, free blown Hanging glass sculpture, 28 x 8 x 9 inches, free blown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Domed sculpture, glass, brass, steel, aluminum, plexiglass .............................. 154

ANDRIEWSKI, BILL 423 No. Encinitas, Monrovia 91016 22 Floor lamp, 15 x 40 x 8 inches, plastic . . . . . 90 APODACA, JOE 186 Laurel Drive, Altadena 91001 23 Stainless steel wine decanter with carnelian stopper, 14 inches tall, sterling silver raised

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Pair of brass sculptures, 10112 inches high Group of 3 perfume bottles, 5, 3~ and 4'!4 inches high, sterling silver ............... 101 ARNOLD, ALLAN J. 20542 Vendale Drive, Lakewood 90712 Catamaran sailboat, fiberglass, 15 feet . . . . 82 Manufactured by Gen-Mar, Inc.

ARNOLD, CHARLOTTE G. 1611 Greenbrier Road, Long Beach 90815 27 Grandmother's Lace Doily, 20 inches high, stoneware .............................. 127 28 Geometric Study with Frills, sculpture-two parts, 12 inches high, stoneware .......... 127

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ARNTZ, MICHAEL 5019 Calle Tanie, Santa Barbara 93105 Laher Surface, porcelain covered jar, 14 x 12 inches .......................... 116 Stoneware covered jar, 18 inches high Monument to Hetch Hetchy, 6 x 5 x 5 feet, stoneware .............................. 129 Environmental Issue, mixed media, 20 x 40 feet

ARONSON, KAY M. 3392 Ridge Road, Lafayette 94549 33 Natural Deviate, free hanging soft sculpture, 2 x 5 feet .............................. 144 ATKINS, MICHAEL 525 Ximeno, #A, Long Beach 90814 34 Covered footed jar, salt glaze, stoneware ... 127 35 Covered jar, stoneware .................. 130 AUSTIN, JOAN F. 708 J Avenue, National City 92050 36 Wall tapestry, white and natural handspun wools, mohair and other fibers, double woven, 6 x 9 feet .......................... 132, 133

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AYERS, ANDREA 1080 Kewen Drive, Pasadena 91108 Rockish cube, porcelain ................. 123

BACERRA, RALPH 5460 Eagle Rock View Drive, Los Angeles 90041 38 Ibo, earthenware, glaze red, black, white texture, 5 feet high ........................ 124 39 Caribe, earthenware, glaze yellow, black, red, silver, 4~ feet high 40 Condado, earthenware, glaze red, black, white, silver, 5 feet high ....................... 124 41 Wall panel, earthenware, 8 x 8 feet BAILEY, ROGER S. 80 Verde Drive, San Luis Obispo 93401 42 Lidded ceramic jar, 17 inches high ........ 144 BAKER, RICHARD E. JR. 4190 Via Verde, Cypress 90630 43 Upholstered occasional arm chair, plastic P.V.C. urethane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 44 Upholstered dining chair, plastic P.V.C. urethane Manufactured by American Contemporary Industries, Inc.

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BARNES, JAMES E. 1883 Veteran Avenue, Los Angeles 90025 Lamp, globe in box, glass and plastic, 6 x 6 inches, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

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BARNES, STUART D. 20 Bayview Avenue, Belvedere 94920 Mail box, wall mounted self closing, galvanized steel, wholesale in lots of 1 to 100 ......... 79 Manufactured by Robert Long Lighting

BARON, ROBERT 130 No. First Avenue, Arcadia 91006 47 Bunching cases, Brazilian rosewood, dark teak walnut and mirror aluminum, three units. . . 42 48 Storage cabinet, white resin coated case, elm burl doors, chrome base 49 Nitestand (model #92070P), Brazilian rosewood veneer case, clear plexiglass slab ends Manufactured by Glenn of California BARON, ROBERT AND CONVERSANO, HENRY 130 No. First Avenue, Arcadia 91006 50 Bar stool, No. 25020, solid walnut and black leather ................................. 47 Manufactured by Glenn of California BARONE, CHARLES 114 South Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles 90048 51 Diagonal Stripe, custom wallcovering, polished paper ground, purple, gold, orange . . . . . . . 87 52 Interplay, wallcovering, aluminum foil, IN 46 Spec. #4 ............................... 87 53 Charlie's Garden, wallcovering, aluminum foil, CO 56, Spec. #I ....................... 87 Manufactured by Charles Barone, Inc. BARTRON, PAULA 2319 College Ave., Apt. 0, Berkeley 94704 54 3 legged cup, 5~ inches tall, blown glass 55 Set of 2 thin cups, 3 and 4 inches tall, glass .................................. 151 56 Blue and silver bulb cup, 3\4 inches tall, glass

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BASSLER, JAMES 14 Ketch Street, Venice 90291 Woven batik, 42 x 36 inches ............. 134

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BATKIN, CAROLYN V. 2227 Mira Mar, Long Beach 90815 Foam blocks, fabric covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

BAUSCHINGER, JUSTUS North Face, Inc. 1234 5th Street, Berkeley 94710 59 Expeditionary Mountain Tent, 2 man, complete with poles and rain fly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 with snow flaps and frost liner Manufactured by North Face, Inc. BAVARO, JOSEPH J. 15800 Cobalt, Sylmar 91342 60 Small table lamp, 5 x 8 inches, wood and resin .................... â&#x20AC;˘ .... 47

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BEADLE, CAROLE E. 2575 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, Fairfax 94930 A Pair of Small Forms, crochet, 10 x 3 inches, 5 x 5 inches ............................ 145

BELKNAP, JAMES R. 427 W. Montecito Street, Santa Barbara 93101 62 Dustpan, plastic, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 BENDON, TOM 480 E. O'Keefe Street, East Palo Alto 94303 63 Cheese board, zebrawood and walnut . . . . . 9


BENNETT, VICTORIA A. 190 West 9th Street, Claremont 91711 64 Teapot, porcelain ....................... 116 65 Teapot, porcelain 66 Teapot, porcelain BERNSTIEN, JOSEPH 5117 Hesperia Avenue, Encino 91316 67 Reflector table lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 68 Outdoor-indoor chaise lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Manufactured by Daedalus Designs BERRYMAN, JOHN GREGG 2335 Eugene Avenue, Chico 95926 69 Object for visual pleasure, cast and fabricated silver with lucile, 3 x 3 inches ............ 105 BILOW, HOWARD 17726 Kinzie Street, Northridge 91324 70 Double swing, walnut ................... 43

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BLANTON, RON 5793 E. Washington, Fresno 93727 72 Ring, cast 14K yellow gold with baroque and white pearls ............................ 103 73 Grandfather clock, sculptured teak, cast and forged brass, 23 x 10 inches x 6 feet . . . . . . 30 BLOSSER, BOB DESIGN GROUP Pier Three, San Francisco 94111 74 8000 electronic illuminated digital readout table/wall clock, acrylic 75 3000 Volante wall clock, acrylic, 16 inches diameter Metalized colors: chrome, gray . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Black, white, red, blue .............. . ... 83 76 Infinity chandelier, plexiglass, 36 x 36 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Manufactured by Design Group BORMAN, CHARLES E. 600 E. Cypress Street, Glendale 91205 77 Reflective cube, 12 inches 78 Plexiglass cube, 12 inches 79 Reflective structure, plexiglass and mirror, 12 x 12 x 6 inches ....................... 146 BOTKER, BYRON H. 3506 Carnation Avenue, Los Angeles 90026 80 Riviera, plexiglass and leather sling lounge chair .................................. 31 in plastic 81 Palo Alto lounge chair, chrome steel with vinyl upholstery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 See Johnson & Botker Manufactured by Landes Manufacturing Co. BRADLEY, HALL 740 So. Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena 91105 82 #190-20 Kailua Arm chair, No. 01 white, white vinyl straps, aluminum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 83 #310-50 Bradley VII armchair, indoor-outdoor uses aluminum frame, expanded aluminum seat ................................... 14 Manufactured by Brown-Jordan BRODY, BARBARA 6627 West 6th Street, Los Angeles 90048 84 Mask with crown, bread and shells 85 Eagle plaque, bread and nails . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

BROWN, DUANE 563 Orchid Lane, Del Mar 92014 86 6 piece movable door, 8 x 8 x 1 feet, foam and fiberglass ............................ 62, 63 BRYANT, ANN AMMONS 2971 Clay Street, San Francisco 94115 87 Folksong, framed stichery, 36 x 36 inches .. 136 BUCHER, OSCAR 3874 Crescent Drive, Santa Barbara 93105 88 Porcelain vase, smoky grey-black, 10 inches tall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 89 Porcelain bottle, rusty orange, 14 inches ta11.12 BURKE, WINN 10381 Meadow Place, Cupertino 95014 90 Our Remaining Landscape is Getting Darker, stoneware, 6 feet high, 3 feet square ...... 124

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BURTON, JOHN 830 Romero Canyon Road, Santa Barbara 93103 Tall multi-colored sculpture, agate base ... 150 Multi-colored branching sculpture, obsidian base ........................... 150 Resting bird, quartz base ................ 150 Flask, with blue and green spots Bottle with colors

BUTLER, FRANCIS 2911 Adeline, Berkeley 94703 96 Beast in the Jungle, style FB 1001, black, hand silk screen on cotton fabric, 48 inches wide, 42 inches repeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Manufactured by Mutabor CABANISS, HANK 13504 Albers Street, Van Nuys 91401 97 Round disc earthenware sculpture, 4 x 4 x 1 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Round disc earthenware sculpture, 4 x 4 x 1 feet 99 Round disc earthenware sculpture, 4 x 4 x 1 feet

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CAPSULE INC. 100 Bancroft Road, Concord 94520 100 Zero G Lounge (contour lounge and rocker), plastic and cast aluminum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Staff design

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CARROLL, GEORGE 8751 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles 90048 #110-84 table desk, walnut or oak and nickel steel, 40 x 84 x 29 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Manufactured by Carroll Sagar & Associates

CEDERQUIST, JOHN 1056 Junipero, Long Beach 90804 102 Hanging cabinet, 13 x 36 inches, wood and leather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 CETTI, GARY 1234B No. Nopal Street, Santa Barbara 93103 103 Spagetti jar, 26 inches, salt glazed stoneware .............................. 127 104 American Eagle storage jar, 36 inches high, salt glazed stoneware .................... 127 CHADWICK, DONALD T. 141 So. Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles 90049 105 Plump chair KPL-30 .................. 55, 56 106 Plump coffee table KPL-T-40, 40 x 40 x 16 inches ...................... 56 Manufactured by Kasparian

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Side chair/dining chair, molded plastic, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 108 Club chair, molded plastic, prototype ...... 55 109 Self skinning flexible urethane foam lounge seating, prototype ....................... 53 CHANEY, CHARLES 321 So. Fair Oaks, Pasadena 91101 110 #80 Casserole, steel and porcelain enamel. . 85 111 #81 Casserole, steel and porcelain enamel. . 85 Manufactured by Hanova, Inc. CHATAIN, REMY L. 320 North Madison Avenue, Los Angeles 90004 112 Gates of Mordor, custom wallpaper, (silver colorway only) ................... 86 Manufactured by C. W. Stockwell Company CHILDRESS, MARIANNE 4275 Witherby Street, San Diego 92103 113 Kiva Ladder, weaving, 13~ x 3 feet ...... 138 CHING, AL P. 0. Box 3923, Fullerton 92634 114 Silver server with ivory lid, 12 inches high .. 111 CHRYSALIS CORPORATION 5629 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles 90016 115 My World, child's environment, vinyl, inflatable, 7 feet diameter, 28 inches high ............ 98 Manufactured by Childs Play Unlimited CHUN, FRANCIS T. 1711 No. Dillon Street, Los Angeles 90026 116 China covered dish, with engobes decoration, wheel thrown, luster glaze, 8 inch diameter ......................... 128 117 China platter, wheel thrown, with luster glazes, engobes decoration, 14~ inch diameter ... 128 CLARK, WILLIAM L. 219 41 Street, Oakland 94611 118 Collar for the American Woman, bronze head piece or necklace ....................... 103 119 Necklace for an Auto-erotic Finger on Paper Roll Bar 120 Saprophyte, a reliquary commenting on the state of man ................................ 112 CLAYDEN, MARIAN 16231 Deodar Lane, Los Gatos 95030 121 Celebration #2, 45 x 144 inches, tritik and discharge dying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 122 Cool It, 45 x 144 inches, tritik and discharge dying .................................. 55 COHEN, FLORENCE MOORE 624 Hoska Drive, Del Mar 92014 123 Box, luster glaze on stoneware, 4~ x 3 inches .......................... 123 124 Box, luster glaze on stoneware, 5 x 2~ inches 125 Box, luster glaze on stoneware, 9 x 4 inches COLLINS, THOM 884~ Central, Claremont 91711 126 Covered jar, 12 x 12 inches .............. 130 127 Covered jar, 13 x 11 inches COMMERCIAL CHAIR COMPANY 5000 E. Valley Boulevard, Los Angeles 90032 128 Small swivel pedestal shell chair, #1391-M, molded polyurethane 1~


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Large rotary or swivel shell chair, #1263-M, molded polyurethane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 130 Large rotary shell chair, #1253-M, molded polyurethane 131 Swivel pedestal chair, #2471, smoke grey acrylic ............... . ...... 61 Staff design Manufactured by Commercial Chair Company

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CORNELIUS, PHILIP G. 128 Glensummer Road, Pasadena 91105 Jar and lid, stoneware, 20 inches ......... 130 Jar and lid, stoneware, 24 inches ..... .. . . 130 Jar and lid, stoneware, 19 inches War Pot, jar and lid, porcelain, 16 inches ........ ... .......... .. . . ...... 130

CORY, KEN 4427 View Street, Oakland 94618 136 Lever, pin, copper, brass and bone .. .... . 108 137 Cube, pin, copper, brass and plastic ... ... 108 138 Shell, pin, mixed media .......... ... ..... 108

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CRAWFORD, ELSIE 1470 East California, Pasadena 91106 Curved square planters, prototype Low round planters for 3 way use, prototype Slim-waisted light column, 6V:! feet high, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Plus, cube, wood, 27 pieces, 5 x 5 x 5 inches, prototype Changeable dog, wood or plastic, 20-30 inches, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Rocking chicken, plastic, 18 inches, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Ceramic stacking planters, 12 x 15 inches, prototype CRESSEY, DAVID 2020 So. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles 90034 Fascia, fiberglass reinforced plastic, 12 x 9 feet x 8 inches. Architect: Angel-Mock Ceramic wall surface material, mass produced, custom glazes and textures up to 1 inch in depth .... . .. . ..... .... ............ ..... 116 Terra Major Gourmet-Ware. Each available in three reduction-fired stoneware glazes 8 quart casserole ....................... 123 12 quart casserole ....................... 123 15 inch bowl, large ............. . ........ 123 18 inch bowl, large 18 inch round platter 22 inch round platter 23 inch oval platter 25V:! inch oval platter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 13 inch footed compote ......... .. ..... .. 123 18 inch footed compote Ceramic containers for planters and sand urns, high fired in a wide range of matte or glossy glazes ................................. 54 Large scale squares SR and SS series Large scale octagons 0 series Planters with coordinated saucers CRS series Round forms, flat sides DTO, DT Manufactured by Architectural Pottery Tundra, glazed stoneware plaque

CUMMINGS, FRANK E. III 3819 West 28th Street, Los Angeles 90018 151 Chair, hand carved oak ... ........ ...... . 30 152 Fiber structure, 76 x 10 inches, palm reed, natural raffia, feather

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CURRY, BILL 9314 Trask Avenue, Playa Del Rey 90291 Pedestal with light, 4 x 1 x 1 feet 20 1 foot PD light stand 2 foot PD light stand 3 foot PD light stand Cube light Luvlight-transparent color bulbs, 6 inches high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 V5 chrome Luvlight V5 colored Luvlight Manufactured by Design Line, Inc. CURTIS, ROLANDO T. 2231 Colby Avenue, Los Angeles 90064 Lightrium, suspended lighted ceiling, optional modules, 30, 36 and 48 inches, aluminum grid . ..... ....... .... .. .... . .. 93 Manufactured by Integrated Ceilings, Inc.

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D'AMICO, LINDA 246 Hullett Street, Long Beach 90805 Peruvia 1700, woven tapestry, 5 x 8 feet ... 142 DARLING, KENNETH P . 0. Box 28, Point Reyes Station 94956 Egg box, 18K gold with enamel, 1 inch long Box, sterling, fine gold and copper, 2 inches square ....... ... . .. .... . .. . . ... 107 DARRICARRERE, ROGER 1937 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90065 Wall panel, welded aluminum highly polished and glass, 8 x 3 feet DEEDS, DOUGLAS 1706 West Arbor Drive, San Diego 92103 Lounge Furniture Series 2000 FC-2001F upholstered chair .............. 55 FT-2000S chair ......................... 54 FT-2002T table Two seat bench, low back ...... .. ....... 50 Two seat bench, high back ..... .......... 50 Ventura bench, floor or wall mounted ..... 51 AFGS series containers. Spheres modified with flattened sides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 AFSI series containers. Angular shapes with indented panels ......................... 58 All of the above, fiberglass reinforced plastic in a wide choice of colors. Pop up, shelter and/or display kiosk, aluminum tubing and stretch fabric, 8 x 10 x 6V:! feet ... ................ ... 68, 69 Manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass Scat, Sailing Cart-fiberglass, aluminum, 52 x 80 inches x 20 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Manufactured by H. M. S. Marine, Inc.

DELYSER, HANS 2931 3rd Street, Santa Monica 90405 176 Bunk bed, steel and wood, 7 x 5'h x 3V:! feet, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

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DUKES, STACY 247 Lorna Avenue, Long Beach 90803 189 Contract stacking chair, injection molded, ADS, fiberglass, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

190 DEEDS, DOUGLAS ROSENGRANT, BARRY 2020 So. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles 90034 175 Work Center System: Fiberglass reinforced plastic: WCU-6231, #4500, off white desk ........ 54 WCR-4419, #4500, off white secretarial return .... ........ .................... . 54 WCS-5438F, #4500, off white file screen WCC4419F, cabinet .................... 54 WCS-5438S, acoustical screen Manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass

DESIGN WEST, INC. 2532 Dupont Drive, Irvine 92664 #131 Lacer Racer, pre-school toy, plastic .. 94 Designers: Tim N . Yueda, Ted Shida #131 Klimbing Klowns, pre-school toy, plastic .. ... . .... .. . ........... . .... . ... 94 Designers: David E . Workman, Ted Shida #129 Mailbox, pre-school toy, plastic, steel 94 Designer: Dale D. Smith #125 Dubl-Fun, pre-school pounding toy, plastic, 7 inch cube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Designer: David E . Workman #711 Mission Space game, plastic Designers : Tom Hermann, Clair Samhammer Manufactured by Samsonite Corporation, Toy Division Craig Model 1504 compact AM/FM stereo receiver system, 3-S:Y., inch cubes. : ........ 75 Craig Model 1205 personal AM/ FM radio, black, beige or avocado .. .... ........ .. . 75 Craig Model 1206 portable AM/ FM radio, black or brown ... .................... 57, 75 Designers: Clair A. Samhammer, Dale R. Smith Craig Model 1 Hl5 personal AM radio, black, beige or avocado ....................... 75 Designers: Salvatore Merendino, Clair A. Samhammer Manufactured by Sanyo Electric Company of Japan

EAMES, CHARLES 901 Washington Boulevard, Venice 90291 Eames Chaise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Manufactured by Herman Miller

EKSTROM, CARL 8047 Calle de Ia Plata, La Jolla 92037 191 2 part portable chair, high density polyurethane foam, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 192 Coordinating planter table, fiberglass and wood, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 ELDER, ROBERT ELDER AND ANDERSON INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 75 No. DeLacey Avenue, Pasadena 9110I


Dot-o-tron half tone analyser Dot-o-tron with charger (115V) .......... 81 Dot-o-tron with charger (220V) 194 Trans-o-Tron Densitometer, 2 x 2 x 8 inches Trans-o-tron with charger (115V) ........ 81 Trans-o-tron with charger (220V) Manufactuerd by Align-A-Tron Corporation 195 Testor, McCoy 0.40 cubic inch model airplane engine, diecast aluminum, 3 x 3 x 1V2 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Manufactured by The Testor Corporation

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ELLIOTT, LILLIAN 1775 San Lorenzo, Berkeley 94707 196 Woven Tapestry ...................â&#x20AC;˘.... 140 ELLWOOD, CRAIG 8751 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles 90048 197 Executive double pedestal desk, rosewood and polished stainless steel, 38 x 88 inches . . . . 53 Manufactured by Carroll Sagar & Associates ENGLAND, BERT 3000 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 90005 198 Mirror chrome metal chair with side panels 34 199 Laminated walnut and birch frame chair (without side panels) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Manufactured by Stow/Davis Furniture Co. ERLICH, RUTH 161 Tigertail Road, Los Angeles 90049 200 Glass mirror, bas-relief, articulated surface, convex mounted, 24 x 24 inches 201 Mirror-sculpture, slab-articulated 202 Encounter Series #4, sculpture, silver glass articulated column, 6 feet high ........... 157 ESCOBAR, FELIPE LEON 120 No. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles 90048 203 Coffee table, glass and steel pipes . . . . . . . . 28 ESPENET Lower County Road, Bolinas 94924 204 Roll top desk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 205 Desk chaif 206 Rocking chair

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EVANS, WILLIAM JAQUITH 1092 Dwight Way, Berkeley 94710 209 Ring display trays in case, walnut and metal ............ â&#x20AC;˘ .......... 112 FALKENSTEIN, CLAIRE 719 Ocean Front Walk, Venice 90291 210 Harness, on copper, 24K gold ............ 100

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FELTMAN, JACK H. 1584 Inverness Circle, San Jose 95124 212 Porcelain bottle with cone 10 crystalline glaze, 13 inches high .......................... 119

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FIELD, DOROTHY 1210 Masonic #2, Berkeley 94706 214 Cardwoven mat, 3 x 6 feet, ink, linen, sisal ................................... 35

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FIORI, ARMAND AND ASSOCIATES Industrial Design Consultants Aeronautical Designer: D. K. Javonovich 10901 Whipple Street, North Hollywood 91602 McCulloch J-2 Gyroplane, length 16 feet, width 11 feet, 1500 lbs ......................... 83 Manufactured by McCulloch Aircraft

FISCH, ARLINE M. 4316 Arcadia Drive, San Diego 92103 216 Silver halter with printed velvet skirt ..... 108 217 Butterfly ring, 14K gold, pink tourmaline crystal ................................. 106 218 Chandelier, silver FLECK, ROGER 548 Union Street, San Francisco 94133 Nursery or institutional storage-playstructure, 219 redwood and painted fir plywood, 8 x 8 x 9 feet, 1,000 lbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 220 Basic table, bench and stool, redwood, parts are interchangeable Stool .................................. 29 Bench .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . 29 Table .............................. , ... 29 Manufactured by Bluepeter, Inc. FOLLIS, JOHN John Follis & Associates 2124 W. Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles 90006 221 Executive tilt-swivel curved metal armchair, model5025L 222 Upholstered executive desk chair, model 5022L, tilt swivel .............................. 61 Manufactured by Fortress, Inc. 223 Outdoor advertising triosk Manufactured by People's Gallery, A Division of Metromedia FOLLIS, JOHN TIMMENS, JAY 2124 W. Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles 90006 224 Study carrel, oak or walnut high pressure laminate with vinyl edge molding, 3 x 2 x 4 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 225 Library arm chair, model 8A-1-0, solid oak frame ................................. 57 Manufactured by Hiebert, Inc. (Library Furniture)

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FOX, RONALD 1681 8th Street, Oakland 94607 230 Black Rope Waves, hand silk screen on cotton fabric, style TF 1001, 48 inches wide, 18 inches repeat ........................... , ..... 140 Manufactured by Mutabor FREEMAN, DEAN 138 E. Acacia Street, Salinas 93901 231 6 high-fired porcelain goblets with low-fired platinum glaze, 8 inches high ...... , . . . . . 37 232 6 high-fired porcelain goblets with low-fired burnish gold, 7 inches high FREY, VICTORIA 1335 Divisadero Street, San Francisco 94115 233 14, stoneware, covered pot, oxidation and overglazes ........ , .................... 128 234 Farm Landscape, stoneware, covered pot, oxidation and overglazes ................... 128

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FRIMKESS, MICHAEL 1205 W. Washington Boulevard, Venice 90291 236 Love-in, Chinese covered jar, 020 on bisque, decorated by Magdalena Suarez Frimkess, 48 inches high 237 Zuni Pot, decorated by Magdalena Suarez Frimkess, 19 inches high ..... , .......... 114

FONG, MILLER YEE 6303 Eunice Avenue, Los Angeles 90042 The People's Chair, rattan ............... 46 Manufactured by Tropi-Cal FOSS, DAVID E. 177 Paul Drive, San Rafael 94903 Ring box, walnut , ....... , . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GARDALI, ROBERT S. 1416 Carlos Avenue, Burlingame 94010 Moon Rise, cast bronze mounted plaque, 3 x 5\6 inches Season Four, cast bronze mounted plaque, 3 x 6\6 inches Destination R, cast bronze mounted plaque, 5 x 6 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Nationalism Gibraltar, ceramic landscape form over flag form, clay and acrylic, 6 x 22 x 7 inches Nationalism Etna, ceramic landscape form over flag form, clay and acrylic, 8 x 20 x 7 inches Nationalism Brazil, ceramic landscape form over flag form, clay and acrylic, 10 x 11 x 5 inches GAUGHAN, JOHN 5845 La Mirada Avenue, Los Angeles 90038 Magician's guillotine, 3 x 3 x 2 feet, oak Limited production ..................... 173 Grandfather clock, 12 x 18 x 70 inches, Brazilian rosewood .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. 25

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HALLMAN, TED 95 Spencer Avenue, Sausalito 94965 267 Alby's Tree, interlaced yarns, 4 x 4~ x 9 feet ......................... 144

GERARD, BRYSON 325 Mt. Washington Drive, Los Angeles 90065 250 Articulated cast sterling silver dinner ring with pearl 251 Sterling silver dinner ring with baroque pearl .................................. 101

HASKELL, EBEN W. Box 1094, Nevada City 95959 268 14K gold ring with amethyst and corundum sapphire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

GIBBS, HUGH & DONALD, A.I.A. 3575 Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach 90807 252 Lectern, 16 x 24 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Manufactured by Wavell-Huber Wood Products, Inc.

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GIBILTERRA, CHARLES A. 10494 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Los Angeles 90025 Bar steel lounge chair in suede leather. . . . . 13 Folding wood and leather chair . . . . . . . . . . 26 Manufactured by Glenn of California Lounge chair, aluminum with canvas, prototype .......................... .48, 136 Folding aluminum chair, prototype Manufactured by Brown-Jordan

GLANTZ, MARY ANN 4852 Mammoth Avenue, Sherman Oaks 91403 257 Natural fiber frame weaving, cow hair and handspun wool, 4 x 8 feet ................ 41 GLOVER, ROBERT L. 1617 Silverlake Boulevard, Los Angeles 90026 258 Stoneware sculpture, 42 inches high 259 Stoneware sculpture, 38 inches high ...... 123 GONZALEZ, CRISPIN 130 Cornell Avenue, Claremont 91711 260 Stoneware platter, 16 inch diameter

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GRANT, MELINDA 190 W. Ninth Street, Claremont 91711 262 Slip casted cans, 18 x 18 inches .......... 122 GREEN, LAWRENCE E. #6A Charlton Court, San Francisco 94123 263 Chess set, all pieces interlock into a 5 inch cube, lacquered wood, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

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GROSS, LOUIS 2327 Hidalgo Avenue, Los Angeles 90039 265 Architectural relief sculpture, 7~ feet high, 11~ feet long, California redwood ....... 155 HAGER DESIGNS 116 No. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles 90048 266 Invis-o-trak drapery systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Manufactured by Clary Corporation

HASKELL DESIGN STUDIO Box 1094, Nevada City 95959 269 Walnut desk, hand crafted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Staff Designers: Eben W. Haskell, Lynn McLarty, Michael Kirchner HAYWOOD, JACK 3466 So. Sycamore, Los Angeles 90016 270 Floor lamp, 61 inches tall, wood, glass and aluminum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Manufactured by Modeline Co. of California Inc. HEASLET, DOUGLAS 1600 Westerly Terrace, Los Angeles 90026 271 Lounge chair, loose cushion, laminated frame, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 272 Oiled oak occasional chair, slat back, loose cushion, prototype ...................... 41 273 Oiled oak arm chair, prototype . . . . . . . . . . 52 Manufactured by Brown Saltman HEATH, EDITH 400 Gate 5 Road, Sausalito 94965 274 Onyx/Olive: Plates #201 Plates #202 Trenchers #203 Stacking Mugs #205 Plates#3 Bakers #43 Souffles #443 Bakers #42 Souffles #442 275 Beachstone: Plates #201 ............................ 31 Plates #202 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Trenchers #203 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Stacking Mugs #205 Deep Casseroles #206 276 Brown/White: Plates #3 Souffles #443 Manufactured by Heath Ceramics HERBERG, MAYDE MEIERS 25 Strawberry Lane, Rolling Hills 90274 277 Vertical hanging fabric wall piece, height 12 feet, width 6 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 HEUMANN, JULES M. Metropolitan Furniture Corporation 950 Linden Avenue, South San Francisco 94080 278 Oak sofa #351-7 Customers' own material In French 100% wool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Manufactured by Metropolitan Furniture Corporation HILL, MICHAEL 812~ Esther Street, Long Beach 90813 279 Seed Box with Lid, carved rosewood ...... 119

HOFMAN, DANA R. 1360-32 Avenue, San Francisco 94122 280 Table, walnut, plywood and stock aluminum, 36 x 36 x 29 inches ..................... 31 HOPKINS, JACK R. 8651 Lamar Street, Spring Valley 92077 281 Laminated cherrywood sculptured tri-pod chaircoffee table, 2 x 3 x 7 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 282 Womb Room, environmental sculptured furniture in 4 pieces, 6 x 15 x 6 feet wood, leather and metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 HORNBACHER, FAITH 240 Alta Vista, Los Altos 94022 283 Landscape wall, stoneware and rope, 72 x 30 inches .......................... 118 HOROWITZ, IDA 800 Madison Avenue, San Diego 92116 284 Computerized Matchmaker, fabric and plexiglass .................... 161 285 Glorified Directionals-#1, fabric and plexiglass, plus recorder and tape HUERTA, HECTOR Huerta Design Associates 2500 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 900, Los Angeles 90057 286 Designer's drawing desk, rosewood, formica, chrome ................................ 56 Manufactured by A & E Furniture HUNTER, LAWRENCE B. 860 Renfro Way, El Cajon 92021 287 White fiberglass rocker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

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INNOVA INC. FRED ADICKES 211 Culver Boulevard, Playa Del Rey 90291 289 Doll, fabric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Manufactured by Playskool, Inc. INOUYE, TADAO E. 5724 F allsgrove Street, Los Angeles 90016 290 #4220-50 Jyoto Game chair, pecan Manufactured by Hermosa Rattan

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JOHNSON, JERRY BOTKER, BRYON H. Landes Manufacturing Co. P. 0. Box 2197, Gardena 90247 300 Chrome lounge chair from Encino collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Manufactured by Landes Manufacturing Co. JOHNSON, JERRY Landes Manufacturing Co. P. 0. Box 2197, Gardena 90247 301 #783 Kona Kai lounge chair ............. 42 302 #784 Kona Kai ottoman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 303 #785 Kona Kai chaise Manufactured by Landes Manufacturing Co. JOHNSON, THANO D. 101 Mt. Lyell Drive, San Rafael 94903 304 Bucket, stoneware, stained wood texture ... 127

KANEKO, JUN 5037 N. Tyler Avenue, Temple City 91780 313 Ceramic sculpture, Roppon ash, 4 x 6 feet x 12 inches 314 Ceramic sculpture, Gigu, 4J,2 x 2 x 3 feet 315 Ceramic sculpture, Sanbon ash, 3 piece, 30 x 36 inches each ..................... 121

KIMURA, GEORGE N. 305 Glendale Boulevard, Los Angeles 90026 336 #440 ceramic lamp and shade, height 39 inches, parrot green, white 337 #492 ceramic lamp and shade, height 42 inches, yellow and white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Manufactured by Sy Allan Designs Ltd.

KAPEL, JOHN A. 80 Skywood Way, Woodside 94062 Chair in molded oak and cane ........... 19 Manufactured by Kosuga Furniture Co. Roll-top desk, walnut with bronze base, 24 x 48 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Manufactured by Glenn of California Novoply wall structure, 32 x 37 inches Redwood wall structure, 30 x 32 inches Monolith, laminated particle board, inscription is the first day in Genesis in old Hebraic script, 36 x 75 inches .......................... 160

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KAVANAUGH,GERE 11632 San Vincente Boulevard, Los Angeles 90049 324 Aprons, towels, hot pads Manufactured by Ocean House 325 Pig, chicken, snake, stuffed toys, prototype Manufactured by Eric Heckett, Cobb, Ireland 326 Cylinder chair based on monofilament type plastic construction, prototype KECK-CRAIG ASSOCIATES 245 Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena 91030 327 Pneumatic wall thermostat, metal and plastic, 2 x 2 x 1 inches ......................... 81 Manufactured by Robertshaw Controls Company KELTY PACK, INC. 10909 Tuxford Street, Sun Valley 91352 328 Sleeping bag carrier, urethane coated nylon fabric, full width 12 inches, red, blue . . . . . 64 329 Day pack 16 ounces, red, blue Manufactured by Kelty Pack, Inc. KENT, RICHARD 473 So. Robertson Boulevard, Beverly Hills 90211 330 Lighted shelf, 6 x 12 inches, prototype

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KETELLE, WILLIAM 12035 Regent View, Downey 90241 BGB3050 rectangular table, solar bronze glass, 30 x 50 x 16 inches ..................... 44 BGB42D round table, solar bronze glass, 42 x 16 inches .......................... 26 Walnut corner table, marlite leather, 30 x 30 x 16 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 TMC 1616 magazine cube table, walnut vinyl, 16 inch cube ALW 3030 end table, walnut, glass, aluminum, 30 x 30 x 16 inches Manufactured by William Ketelle Co.

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KNODEL, GERHARDT G. 26 Packet Road, Palos Verdes Peninsula 90274 Sails, space enclosure, nylon stretch fabric and silk, screen printed and flocked Woven dining environment, white with mirrors, 8 x 12 x 8 feet, predominantly cotton, linen, nylon, with glass mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Sunshades, six suspended rectangular units varying from 4 x 6 feet to 8 x 10 feet, cotton canvas and nylon marquisette, screen printed and flocked Woven canopy, 6 x 6 feet, nylon, linen, cotton woven with aluminum rods Act II, eight sculptural revolving panels supported on spring tension poles, each 18 inches x 8 feet. Nylon stretch fabric over metal framework, screen printed .................... 143 Something to Do with Trees, four fabric constructions, each 6 x 17 feet, wool, silk, nylon and polyester, screen printed, batiked, flocked ................................. 135

KORB, ARTHUR S. 118J,2 So. Avenue 64, Highland Park 90042 346 Bronze loop necklace with square stained glass window, 100 year old Peking glass and jade beads, hand wrought bronze ............. 109 KROUSER, DAVID 341 Richardson Way, Hanford 93230 347 Garden sculpture, ceramic, 84 inches high, 26 inches wide .......................... 120 KURAOKA, DAVID 720 So. 11th Street, San Jose 95112 348 Raku Fall, pot, 15 x 15 inches ........... 128 LACKTMAN, MICHAEL 2440 Scout Road, Oakland 94611 349 Silver chalice with Mexican lace agates .... 103 LAH, GARY M. 12211 Huston, North Hollywood 91607 350 Bowl, violin blackwood, 4J,2 x 1J,2 inches .. 176 351 Bowl, lignum vitae, 6 x 3 inches LAKY, GYONGY 1095A 59th Street, Oakland 94608 352 Multicolored basket constructed of woven tubes, synthetic yarns and plastic, 2-3 foot diameter ....................... 134 353 Basket constructed of California Sycamore twigs and jute, 2 foot diameter LANDOR, WALTER, ASSOCIATES Pier #5, San Francisco 94111 354 Food service pieces for Alitalia Airlines/ economy class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Made in Italy


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LANE, RON 3140 Mariquita Street, Long Beach 90803 355 Toy turtle, oak, teak, ebony and leather, prototype ..... ................... . .... . 356 Chair, oak, oil finish, orange wool fabric, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 357 Ottoman, oak, oil finish, orange wool fabric, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 LANG, L . C . Architectural Crafts Guild of California P. 0. Box 1246, Santa Cruz 95060 358 DM 1 chair, wood, metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 359 DM 2 bench, wood, metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 360 DM3 table, wood, metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Manufactured by Durel Furnishings LA PLANTZ, DAVID Box 104, Descanso 92016 361 Wine Container, sterling silver, 5 x 4'h x 3'h inches .................... 100 362 Buck-Tooth Box, brass and bronze, 6 x 5 x 2Vz inches 363 1-3 Plus :J-3-0ne Hole Box, brass, 7 x 3 x 5 inches LAUG, RUTH P. P. 0. Box 5060, Santa Monica 90405 364 Table laminated woods with plexiglass, 12 x 12 x 18 inches ...................... 44 LEARY, JOHN S. 11331 Enchanto Vista, San Jose 95127 365 Pendant, 14K gold with jade ........ . ... 110 LEISTIKOW, GERARD 427 11th Street, Hermosa Beach 90254 366 Cradle, laminated ash with leather sling, 36 x 39 x 22 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

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LELAND, MALCOLM Box 54, Potrero 92063 Pair cast bronze door pulls (ML-4), 12 inches long ........... .... ........... 74 Pair cast bronze door pulls (ML-5), 12 inches long .. .... . ... .. . ...... .. ... . . 74 Cast bronze door pull (ML-3), 12 inches long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Manufactured by Forms and Surfaces Concrete water sculpture, height 28 inches, length 9 feet 6 inches, width 3 feet 6 inches LEVIN, ANN 4430 North Palm, Fresno 93704 Bowl, glazed stoneware and silver on copper, 6 inch diameter . . . ............... . ..... 123

LEWIS, JOHN 1677 8th Street, Oakland 94607 372 Moon Bottles lustered glass a. Spring Storm With Butterfly, 4 'h inch diameter b. Arctic Wind Storm, 4Vz inch diameter . .. 149 c. Lunar Fission, 4 inch diameter .. . . . . . . 149 d. Morning Calm, 4 inch diameter ...... .. 149 e. Reflected Moon, 4 inch diameter ....... 149 f. Midnight Sun, 4Vz inch diameter g. Suspended Moon, 4'h inch diameter .... 149 h. Cloud Shadow, 5 inch diameter

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LEWITTES, ESTHER 7459 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046 Gold ring, 14K, hand wrought with 3 green tourmalines ... . . ....................... 102

LEYDENFROST, H . B. 14000 Tahiti Way, Marina Del Rey 90292 374 5 geometric sculptures, plastic . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufactured by Prima Designs Inc.

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LINTAULT, JOAN 2063 Belle, San Bernardino 92404 375 Landscape, silk patchwork wall hanging, 56 x 84 inches ... ..... . .. . . .. .. ......... 140 LIPOFSKY, MARVIN University of California, Design Department 234 Wurster Hall, Berkeley 94720 376 Counter set, plastic, yellow, green 377 Counter set, canvas, yellow 378 Counter set, vinyl, yellow LOPEZ, RHODA LE BLANC 1020 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego 92109 379 Fountain, ceramic, 6 x 11 feet ........... 126 LOS ANGELES DESIGN COMPANY 3300 Strand, Manhattan Beach 90266 380 Hump System, seating, display pedestals, high gloss finishes in rich dark colors plus white and black, each 24 inches square in 8, 16, 32 and 48 inch heights, fiberglass reinforced . . . . . . . . . 50 Designed by Arthur Golding and Doug Meyer Manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass

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MciNTOSH, HARRISON 4206 Via Padova, Claremont 91711 394 W all Panel (#70102), stoneware and wood 395 Ceramic form (#69103), stoneware and chrome, black and brown ............... 119 396 Ceramic form (#7003), stoneware and chrome, green McLEAN, GEORGE D . 687 Bridgeway, Sausalito 94965 397 Necklace, pendant, pearls and trilobite, 14K gold ....... . ......... . . ... .. . .. ... 109

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MACDONALD, EVERETT W. 1999 So. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 92651 Ring, 18K yellow gold with tourmaline .... !06

LUCAS, ALAN G . 2645 California, Apt. 304, Mountain View 94040 Circle, wall sculpture, foam rubber and fabric, 32 inch diameter .... ... .... ..... .... ... . 145

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LUCERO, FRED 1803 Mangrove Avenue, Chico 95926 382 15 Dots Inside With You, glass, 6 x 4 x 14 inches .... .. ...... .. .. . ...... 149

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LUND, ED 5470 No. 6th Street, Fresno 93710 Ritual Pendant, copper, leather, rooster breast and pearls ......... . ..... . ...... ........ 113

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McCABE, GERALD L. 660 Venice Boulevard, Venice 90291 3 level stool or table, shedua wood Clamp leg table, glass and chrome, 30 x 60 inches Dining table, glass and steel, !-section Small !-section table, gold plated Janss chair, shedua wood, chrome and leather Manufactured by Eon Furniture

McCARROLL, BILLY JOE GILLESPIE, DAVID 1931 Grand Avenue, Santa Barbara 93103 392 Heroic Sunburst, bonded bronze double doors design: FGM 14-15, 3 x 10 feet each. Wholesale or custom work only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Manufactured by Forms & Surfaces

MACGILCHRJST, BONNIE 107 Morse Street, San Francisco 94112 Woven asbestos fireplace, 12 x 3 feet .. . .. 137 with flue and hood MACKENZIE, MARILYN P . 0. Box 777, Los Altos 94022 Ceramic wall fountain, 27 x 18 inches . ... . 130 Hanging lizard planter, clay, 6 x 14 inches MADDUX, PATRICK 1409 A 4th Avenue, San Diego 92101 Graphic posters, plastic coated, silkscreen, 25 X 38 . ..... ... ............. .. .. ...... 94 Manufactured by Graphic Art Systems Co.

MAGNUSSON, CARL GUSTAV 437 Short Trail, Topanga 90290 404 Model 950 hanging fabric screen . . . . . . . . . 84 Manufactured by Fortress Chairs, Inc. 405 Toy System, prototype . . .. . . . .... ....... 97 406 Toy series wooden vehicles, prototype

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McCARDLE, KATHY 26 Eastwood Court, Oakland 94611 390 Blue and purple silk screen printed and stuffed textile, 3 x 11 'h feet .. . ... . ......... ... . 141 391 Stretched linen directional wall hanging (two parts), silk screen printed, 3Vz x 5Vz feet, 3'h x 7 feet

McGUIRE, ELINOR 1201 Bryant Street, San Francisco 94103 M-124 chair, I pair rawhide bindings, loose seat cushion, light tobacco finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Manufactured by The McGuire Company

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MAGUIRE, PAUL R. 4284 Sea View Lane, Los Angeles 90065 Binocular 8X (trade name-Expo) ........ 73 Manufactured by D. P. Bushnell Inc. MAIR, FRANCIS Walter Landor Associates Pier 5, San Francisco 94111 Acrylic candle holder, I 0 x I 'h inches, prototype

MALOOF, SAM 9553 Highland Ave., Alta Lorna 91701 409 Upright writing desk, black walnut, 44 inches x 6 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 410 Executive desk, 6 drawers, black walnut, 36 inches x 6 feet 411 Desk chair, upholstered seat, black walnut, sculptured back and arms

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MANOCK, JERROLD C. 765 Linden Avenue, Los Altos 94022 Body tray, birch laminate, leather .. . . . . . . 35


MAREAN, LELAND D. 1539 Dahlia, Apt. B, Ontario 91762 ·13 Dining table, wood, 3Y2 x 6Y2 feet ........ 12 .14 Day bed, wood, steel, 3 x 7 feet MARQUIS, JANE I 038 Alamosa, Claremont 91711 115 Sculpture, leaded glass on steel frame, 28 x 10 x 42 inches ..................... 149

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MARTIN, ROBERT ALAN 760 No. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles 90069 Planter with walnut base, vinyl, laminated fiberglass, 20 x 21 inches Desk letter tray, high impact injection molded plastic 2-tier desk letter tray, high impact injection molded plastic Manufactured by DAPCO Planter, stainless steel and rosewood, 24 x 28 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Manufactured by Calcite Planter with teak base, bronze anodized aluminum, 12 x 13 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Planter with rosewood base, natural satin, aluminum, 17 x 15 inches . . . .......... ..... . 34 Manufactured by Leyse Aluminum Company

MARTINE', MAURICE 32321 Coast Highway, South Laguna 92677 122 Mobile lounge chair, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Manufactured by Maurice Martine' Designs

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MITCHELL, BOB 8535 Warner Drive, Culver City 90230 435 Follow the Arrow, hand print on vinyl wallpaper . . .. ..... .. . . . ....... .... . . . . .... 86 436 Parquet Plaid, flocked wallcovering on medium burlap .............. . ................ .. 86 Manufactured by Bob Mitchell Designs

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MITCHELL, PETER G. 23 Georgetf Road, Rolling Hills 90274 Three piece ceramic form ............. . . 131 MORISHITA, LINDA 12119 Idaho Avenue #1, West Los Angeles 90025 Turkish Mosque, batik on cotton, 3 x 8 feet .. ........... ... .. . ... .. .... .. 132

MORYL, DOUGLAS 3529 Tilden Avenue, Los Angeles 90034 439 Blinking form, white, black and yellow, acrylic, 12 inches high ..... .... .............. . .. 157 440 Flashing form, white, black, red, blue, acrylic, 9 inches high .... .... .. . ......... ...... . 157 441 Group of two blinking forms, (black, white 0 . D. yellow), (black, white 0. D., black), acrylic .. .. ... . ... ....... . . ............ . 157

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0328 closed form, applegreen glaze, fire marks, reduction fired . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 454 M045 massive bowl, old turquoise glaze. . . 34 455 A14-40-43-B23-37-38-64-95-COI-34-42-45-56-6673-80-87-89 group of 18 miniature ceramics ............................... 131

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NELSON, CLIFFORD 2251 No. Lincoln, Altadena 91001 457 Owl, walnut and brass 458 Elephant, walnut 459 Domino set, walnut, aluminum inlay 460 Cat, walnut 461 A-Z bookends, walnut .. . ......... . ..... . Manufactured by Ideas from Some! NEVILLE, GARY JOHN 458 Sycamore Road, Santa Monica 90402 462 The Aluminaut Series, spun aluminum base, chromed steel top with 3 interchangeable top lenses, translucent grey, reflective mirror, glassplex with illumination from within, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

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MATRANGA, FRANK 708 Meyer Lane, Redondo Beach 90278 n3 Casseroles, stoneware, 7 x 6 inches 13 x 6 inches 124 Place settings, stoneware, plate 13 inches, bowl 4 x 2 inches, goblet 7 x 3 inches, Plate Bowl .......... . . . . , ... . .......... . .... 20 Goblet ......... .. .. . •........... , ... . . 20

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MESSANO, FRANK 73 Avenue A, Surfside 90743 Model 988 arm chair (skid base) Manufactured by Vista-Costa Mesa Furniture

MEYER, DENNIS K. CEDERQUIST, HENRY JOHN 10465 Eastborne Avenue, Los Angeles 90024 U7 Theramn, Oreau, bird call, siren (4 parts) ......... .... .............. .... 7 428 Wall mounted display case, wood, glass, 45 x 10 x 7 inches

MEYERS, GARY Mich Associates 127 No. Madison, Pasadena 91101 429 Mounted panel touch plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 430 Mounted panel flush plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 431 7 plates and frames Manufactured by Touch-Plate Electro-Systems

MILLS, ROBERT JAMES 459 Landfair Avenue #6, Los Angeles 90024 432 Knotted sculpture form (free standing), plastic fibre knotted and fused, 57 x 28 inches ... . 142

MOSELEY, ALEXANDER 765 Laguna Road, Pasadena 91105 442 Sculpture, plywood and resin ......... . . . 152 MULLER-STACH, DIETER 2059 Port Provence Place, Newport Beach 92660 443 Coffee pot, sterling silver and leather handle, JOY, inches 444 Cast gold neckpiece with emerald crystals and pearls ................................. 102 MURO, GEORGE Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria 93454 445 Three modular shapes, constructed of V.. inch masonite, enamel finish .. ........... . . ... 152 446 Unit fabricated in 26 gage steel, baked enamel finish, some planes magnetized for secure assemblage ........... .... .......... ... . 152

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MURPHY, HARRY B. 950 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco 94133 7 pieces decorative wall furniture, 4 x 4 feet, lacquer on wood, prototype MURPHY, HARRY & FRIENDS (Graphics) DE NOLA, ALBERT (Structural) 950 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco 94133 Bookcase cabinet, fiberboard Partition cabinet with cubicles, fiberboard Cabinet: Cubicles: Door cabinet fiberboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Manufactured by Paper Systems Inc. NATZLER, GERTRUD AND OTIO 7837 Woodrow Wilson Drive, Los Angeles 90046 K520 bowl, sulphur crater glaze 0299 bottle, tiger eye glaze with melt fissures, reduction fired . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

NELSON, ARTHUR E. 4223 Terrace #1, Oakland 94611 Tea set, 6 service, green and chartreuse, high fire white under low fire glazes, stoneware .. 128

NEWCOMB, KIM 5970 Allen Avenue, San Jose 95123 Denise in Basic Black and Feathers, latex, lV2 x 1 feet Biril Woman of Los Angeles, hanging, feathers and latex ............ . ....•.•........... 158 NICHOLS, ROBERT V. 918 Meinecke Avenue, San Luis Obispo 93401 Clay pot 7, lidded, 16 inches high ........ 114 Pearl pot 3, lidded, 17 inches high ........ 144 NISBET, JACQUETTA 3000 Webster Street, San Francisco 94123 Fleur de Lys, wall hanging, textile ink on cotton, 8 x 6Y, feet ........................ 143 Hanging lamp, wool warp and double weave in red, orange, and ochre, over wire frame, in 2 parts, 6 feet 8 inches and 7 feet 10 inch diameter .. .............. ...... . 135 NOVAK, STEFAN 2111 West Street, Berkeley 94702 Horizontal relief, aluminum over gypsum cement, 38 x 38 x 18 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

NUGENT, JOHN E. P. 0. Box 672, Mountain View 94040 470 Ring, gold with opal 471 Ring, gold with agate .. . ................ 109

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NYQUIST, JOHN H. 2110 West 17th Street, Long Beach 90813 Chair, walnut and leather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 OLSEN, HELGE B. 1628 Redwood Lane, Davis 95616 Single bunk bed, solid birch, prototype . . . . 97 Manufactured by Gordon Nevills

OLSON, DIANE M . & R. DALE 605 West Avenue, Fullerton 92632 474 Four different mutes for trumpet and trombone, plastic, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . 79

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OVERBY, ROBERT R. 4721 Clinton Street, Los Angeles 90004 Cubica, modular, storage system, per cube ............................... 35

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PARKS, DENNIS 545 No. Indian Hill Boulevard, Claremont 91711 Candelabra, stoneware .................. 118

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PASTORIUS, HAROLD L. JR. 1075 Dyer Place, Laguna Beach 92651 Textured cube, stainless steel ............ 161

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PENDELL, DAVID 1467 Walnut Avenue, Long Beach 90813 Dulcimer, hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PEPPER, PETER, PRODUCTS, INC. 22422 So. Avalon, Wilmington 90745 656 baked enamel steel smoker and waste receptacle, 6 inch diameter, 20, 24 ·or 30 inches high, polished chrome flipper 20 inches 24 inches 30 inches Staff designed Manufactured by Peter Pepper Products, Inc. PESLIN, JOEL 3429 Winslow Drive, Los Angeles 90026 Children's stool/table (one piece construction) corrugated board, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

PETER, RICHARD C. 7450 Louise Avenue, Van Nuys 91406 482 Turned walnut sphere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PETERSON, LORNE 206 11th Street, Seal Beach 90740 483 Collapsible cradle, oak and leather ....... 98 484 Gold ring with ivory ball ................ 106

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PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS WAYNE 280 W. Foothill Boulevard, Arcadia 91006 Sculpture, resin on canvas ............... 158

PINE, ALYIN A. 870 Catalina Avenue, Seal Beach 90740 486 Neckpiece, forged, 14K gold, beads, garnets and pearls ................................. 104

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PEPPER, PETER W. 22422 So. Avalon Boulevard, Wilmington 90745 479 400 series desk accessories. Solid walnut with polished chrome or bronze hardware. Pen equipment by Shaeffer No. 4011 Single Tray No. 4017 Double Tray No. 4020 Memo Holder No. 4031 Calendar No. 4032 Calendar w/Pen ................ 57 No. 4050 Pen Set No. 4060 Wastebasket No. 4070 Desk Pad Manufactured by Peter Pepper Products, Inc.

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PORTANOVA, JOSEPH D., Director of Design BALLANTYNE, JOHN, Designer Teledyne Packard Bell 12333 W. Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles 90064 490 Thin profile stereo in rosewood on stand, 4 feet x 9 inches prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 491 Checkmate cubes, stereo (RPS06), 14 inch cubes ........................... 23 492 Trio (RPS09), modular stereo cubes in rosewood with pedestals, each 3 feet high, 18 inches wide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Manufactured by Teledyne Packard Bell

PITCHER, KENNETH 5001 Odessa Avenue, Encino 91316 BB Gun (rifle) ......................... 77 Manufactured by Healthways POPE, HELEN WOOD 308 Laurel Street, San Francisco 94118 Grandchildren's TV pillow with hidden treasure pockets, (weaving) White saddle bags for pillow pad ......... 136

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PRICE, JANET W. 18042 Norton, Irvine 92664 Footed Unguentarium, glass, 6 inches .... 149 Alabastron with applied decoration, glass, 8 inches Ampulla, glass, 8 inches ................ 149

PRICE, LE ROY R. 18042 Norton, Irvine 92664 496 Footed balsamarium, glass, 6V2 inches .... 149 497 Banded ampulla, glass, 5 inches .......... 149 498 Striped ampulla, glass, 5 inches ........... 149

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PRIETO, ESTEBAN Box 9901, Mills College, Oakland 94613 Glass bottle with handles ................ 150

QUITON, GREGORY 1800 Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills 90210 500 Illustrated midi chest, polychromed pine, 6 x 4 x 2 feet 501 Illustrated midi mirror-screen, polychromed pine, 6 x 5 feet

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RADAKOVICH, SVETOZAR 1025 Arcadia Road, Encinitas 92024 Fiberglass door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass RADY, ELSA 8706'h Bonner Drive, Los Angeles 90048 Porcelain bowl ......................... 120

RAINWATER-BELL, ANNE 13953 Panay Way, Marina Del Rey 90291 504 4 panel screen, mixed oil and ink on wood, 72 x 96 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

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RANSOM, ROBERT 5732 Camerford, Los Angeles 90038 Plaque, ceramic, photo emulsion, 10 inch diameter ........................ 116 Plaque, ceramic, photo emulsion, 10 inch diameter ....................... 116

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ROHLOFF, FRANK AND AILEEN 1858 W. Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles 90007 Walnut and resin cube table, 18 inches ... 49 Manufactured by Glenn of California ROHLOFF, FRANK 1858 W. Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles 90007 Rosewood and white resin table with storage space ROLLER, ANTHONY B. 8956 112 Norma Place, Los Angeles 90011 Silver neckpiece, segmented .............. 110 ROSE, IDA 1623 No. Curson Avenue, Los Angeles 90046 Neckpiece, sculptured, non loom,. mixed fibers metal, enameled wire, silver .............. 110

ROSS, DIANE 9916 Rathburn, Northridge 91324 516 Rosewood and ebony bowl, 7 inches square ......................... 109

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ROUSH, DALE Box 342, Stinson Beach 94970 Salt glazed planter ................. . .... 118 Planter Planter (red glaze on rim) .... • ......... 118

ROUTH, LARRY L. 5426 Greenridge Road, Castro Valley 94546 520 Par spot or flood light for trac display system ................................. 91 521 Framing projector lighting unit for precise outlining of paintings and art works ......... 90 Manufactured by Prescolite Division of U. S. Industries

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RUBIN, SANDRA 38-B Ozone Avenue, Venice 90291 Relief color cube ....................... 157 Relief color cube, Gouache

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RYAN, TERRY 9256 Reseda Boulevard, Northridge 91324 Silver inside-design ring ................. 107

525 REA, J. B. 1255 13th Street, Baywood Park 93401 Box, raised and chased sterling silver ..... 107

RIANDA, HENRY J. 2216 Ewell Road, Belmont 94002 Pendant, silver and plastic ............... 111

SANDERS, B. W. COATE, ROLAND 829 No. Detroit, Los Angeles 90046 Flexible bedroom unit, wood, 3 x 8 x 5Y2 feet, prototype

RESNIKOFF, FLORENCE 5654 Maxwelton Road, Oakland 94618 Pin, silver, gold plated, copper and plastic (limited production) .................... 104

SANDERS, B. W. 829 No. Detroit, Los Angeles 90046 526 Telephone book caddy on casters, 24 x 18 x 30 inches, prototype 527 Winerack and bar, glass storage, wood, 6 x 5 feet, 10 inches deep ..................... 42

REZEK, RONALD J. 1303 N. Beverly Glen, Los Angeles 90024 509 Patrol rescue can, rotationally molded polyethelene, 25 x 8 inches .................. 76 510 Large surf rescue can, rotationally molded po1yethelene, 34 x 12 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Manufactured by Surf-Saving International

SAXE, ADRIAN 1282 West Second Street, Los Angeles 90026 528 Seven porcelain mugs, 5 inches high, (limited hand production) 529 Teapot, porcelain, 6 inches high, 9 inches wide 530 Oil lamp, porcelain, 21 V2 inches high ..... 123

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SCALONE, GERALDINE 2925 Hillegass Avenue, Berkeley 94705 Wool and mohair blanket, handspun and hand dyed, 9 x 3 feet ......................... 145

SCHEIBAL, TOM 1441 Taylor Street, Apt. 301, San Francisco 94133 534 Hammock, silk screened acrylan, 42 x 84 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 SCHOCKNER, JAN R. 818 No. Alta Vista Boulevard, Hollywood 90046 535 Peg clock (electric), walnut and brushed aluminum, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I SCHRIER, MICHAEL 1633 Rendall Place, Los Angeles 90026 536 Nahunta #2 handspun, vegetable dyed wool, feathers, and pheasant, 2 x 6 feet ........ 138 537 Never More, Quoth the Raven, wool, feathers, whitejay and crow, 3 x 4V:z feet 538 Inugrui Ci Kavy Fo, wall hanging, handspun wool, jute, hemp, linen fibre, raw linen, wool staple and feathers, 18 x 10 feet SCHWARCZ, JUNE 18 Wray Avenue, Sausalito 94965 539 Enamel bowl #571, 11 inch diameter ..... 149 540 Footed enamel bowl #572, 6-1/8 inch diameter

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SCOTT, M. SUSAN 3627 Mentone Avenue, Los Angeles 90034 Covered jar, porcelain .................. 120 SEKIMACHI, KAY 2619 Milvia Street, Berkeley 94704 Amiyose II 1969, nylon, monofilament weaving, 72 x 18 x 15 inches Nagare VI 1970, nylon, monofilament weaving, 82 x 13 x 11 inches ...................... 138 SERRANO, BENJAMIN P. 0. Box 207, San Ysidro 92073 The Airplane, wood ..................... 159 SHAWCROFT, BARBARA P. 0. Box 695, San Anselmo 94960 Arizona Inner Space, knotless netting, 17 feet high, 6 foot diameter ................. 70, 71 Vessel, red crochet, 12 inches high ........ 116

SILER, PATRICK 675 37th Street, Oakland 94609 555 Black cookie jar, No. 1, stoneware, 24 inches high ................................... 121 556 Black cookie jar, No. 2, stoneware, 23 inches high ................................... 121 557 Black cookie jar, stoneware, 26 inches high 121

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SHINN, WILLIAM 422 No. East Avenue, Santa Maria 93454 548 Ceramic sculpture, stoneware ............ 127 549 Moon harp, stoneware, metal, wood, skin, nylon, 36 x 7 x 16 inches ................. 125 550 Drum, stoneware, 16 x 12 x 9 inches .. .40, 125 551 Drum, 3 headed, stoneware, 34 x 18 x 14 inches .................. .40, 125 552 Stoneware instrument, amplified .......... 125

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SILYERMAN, IRVING 5152 Walsh Way, San Diego 92115 Plastic wine bottle rack ................. 47 SIMS, LYNN LEARNED P. 0. Box 66, Mendocino 95460 White Interior, Wall II, wall hanging, stuffed canvas, 56 x 72 inches ................... 136 White Interior Wall I, wall hanging, stuffed canvas, 48 x 72 inches

SIPANTZI, ZAYEN ZEE 12137 La Maida, No. Hollywood 91607 563 Sterling coffee service hand formed (coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl with ebony handle and knobs) ..................•..... ., ........ 103

SHEPPARD, MORRIS J. P. 0. Box 434, Woodacre 94973 Rolltop jewel box, walnut inlaid with congowood, brass key ........................ 104

SHUTT, ROLAND 16915 So. Pacific Avenue, Sunset Beach 90742 9 inch casserole, ceramic I 0 inch casserole, ceramic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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SLANEY, STEVE 823V:z E. Pedregosa Street, Santa Barbara 93103 Covered jar, salt glazed stoneware ........ 114 SMALL, CAROLE 1908 Napa, Berkeley 94707 Double spouted sterling silver teapot, moonstones, agate handle ............•........ 111 Wall sculpture, hammered and electroformed, silver and gold plated Large hammered copper vessel Medium hammered copper vessel ......... 123 Small hammered copper vessel Sterling silver collar, lapis lazuli Copper and brass collar electroformed, Egyptian paste beads and agate ............... 105 SMITH, CARTER PAGE 6555 Pardall, Goleta 93017 Gold silk banner, tie dye, 8 feet long ..... 120 Brown silk banner, tie dye, 8 feet long SMITH, HELEN BRICE 9215 No. Stoneman, Alhambra 91801 Children's hollow blocks, pine wood, 6 to 24 inches, 3 to 8 pounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 6 inch closed 12 inch open 12 inch closed 24 inch one-half block 24 inch open 24 inch closed Accessories: hoses propellers walking board mounted steering wheel Manufactured by Lyndon Craft

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SNIDECOR, JOHN C. 5929 The Toledo, Long Beach 90803 Jewelry stand, nara wood ................ 25

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SOLDATE, JOE 1455 Esperanza Street, Los Angeles 90023 Yellow heart, clay ....................... 117

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SPATH, JOHN LEIGH 4000 Chevy Chase, Los Angeles 90039 Illusion IS-22F, wallpaper ................ 87 Manufactured by Albert Van Luit & Co. SPEETH, JEFFREY 245V:z So. Western, Los Angeles 90004 Phone booth, stained glass, mirror, wood, chrome ................................ 66 STERRENBURG, DON L. 4752 Coke Street, Lakewood 90712 De houten lepels (wooden spoons), rosewood, length 6, 7V:z, 12V:z, 13, 25 inches ......... 47 STEVENSON, PETER A. 1950 Coast Boulevard, P. 0. Box 584, Del Mar 92014 Toy biplane, prototype Toy triplane, prototype Toy pedal truck, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Toy all-terrain pedal vehicle, prototype

STEWART, KIPP P. 0. Drawer 6145, Carmel 93921 584 Reinforced polyester sculpture, 4 x 8 feet 585 Reinforced polyester sculpture, 6 x 6 feet ... 152 STITS, DARLA STEVENSON 15415 Cornuta Avenue, Bellflower 90706 586 Panel of toys, wood, 24 x 48 inches, prototype . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

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SUEZ, VINCENT H. 2290 First Street, La Verne 91750 588 Rose Dream, covered ceramic jar, 26 inches high . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . 42 589 1lice's New Hat, ceramic plate, 9 inch diameter SUSSMAN, DEBORAH 11632 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles 90049 590 Shoe hanger, wire, plastic coated or chrome plated ................................. 84 591 Lazy Susan, 20 inch diameter, clear plastic, pole adjusts 12 inch minimum height

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SUTTON, JON 69 Saturn Street, San Francisco 94114 Tapestry, 11 foot diameter, wool and acrylic. Hooked stitched . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 SWIGGETT, STEPHANIE 9275 Briarcrest Drive, La Mesa 92041 Sterling pin, 14K gold setting for amethyst Sterling turtle neck ornament, 14K gold hinge pin Gold earring, 14K with granulation moonstones and biwa pearls ......................... 106

TAMMINGA, GREGORY 4819 Levelside Avenue, Lakewood 90712 596 Memorial to Joe Louis, wood and leather pot .................................... 597 Hanging pot, rosewood, leather, feathers...

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TAMURA, RUTH 4422 Shafter Avenue, Oakland 94609 Set of two glass goblets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

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TAYLOR, RONALD E. 1227 Felspar Street, San Diego 92109 599 Easy chair, stainless steel and canvas . . . . . 15 TEEPLE, RANDY 1101 Fern Drive, Brea 92621 600 Ceramic sculpture, partially glazed, 34 x 24 inches .......................... 129 601 Stool, carved base ...................... 17 TEPPER & STEINHILBER ASSOCIATION INC. 1000 Sansome Street, San Francisco 94111 602 Disposable spoon for serving dressings, injection molded plastic (Cycolac) ........... 85 Kellogg Fleming, Designer Manufactured by Nut Tree Restaurant (Spoon was commissioned and designed for the Nut Tree Restaurant, Vacaville, California) 603 Elbo lamp, stove pipe 4 inch diameter. . . . . 92 604 Elbo clock, stove pipe 4 inch diameter .. 57, 73 605 Elbo bookend, stove pipe 4 inch diameter 606 Elbo mirror, 4 inch diameter Roger Fleck and Gene Tepper, Designers Manufactured by Elbo Products

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TERRA-STONE, INC. 40101 Avenue 10, Fresno 93726 Floor tile, 12 inch square cultured stone (minerals and polyester)

THOMPSON, ANDREE' SINGER 1809 Short Street, Berkeley 94702 608 Porcelain giraffe cup, 6 inches . . . . . . . . . . . 44 609 Porcelain cup, 4V2 inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 THOMPSON, RICHARD 538 Ridgeway Road, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034 610 Model STI 832 desk walnut with formica top Manufactured by Vista Costa Mesa Furniture 611 Double pedestal desk, walnut with chrome base, 38 x 75 inches ..................... 60 612 Table desk, walnut with chrome base, 38 x 75 inches Manufactured by Glenn of California

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THOMPSON, RICHARD 2020 So. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles 90034 TMS Modular Seating (three piece unit-seating two) .................................. 51 Manufactured by Architectural Fiberglass THOMPSON, SUSAN ROSENBERG 3421 Thomas Drive, Palo Alto 94303 Blazing Star, handwoven textile, warp ikat overshot weaving, 40 x 90 inches ......... 135

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TRUNKFIELD, MONA 10570 Rancho Road, La Mesa 92041 Body ornament, silver and clear plastic .... 105

TURNER, EVERETT 7530 Terrace Drive, El Cerrito 94530 620 Baptismal Font, Bronze, marble, walnut 621 Tabernacle, bronze, walnut .............. 67 UTTER, CAROLYN E. 1361 Park Avenue, Long Beach 90804 622 Seven Moons, neckpiece, cast and fabricated, set with moonstones 623 Neckpiece, cast and fabricated sterling silver 624 Leg ornament to be worn below knee, sterling silver and brass, 4'h x 5 inches .......... 102 VALENTINO, RICHARD 1811;6 Ward Street, Berkeley 94703 625 Apron (Lady), hand screen, cotton fabric Manufactured by Mutabor

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VAN DUINWYK, GEORGE P. 4531 Montair Street, #9, Long Beach 90808 Medallion neckpiece, cast, fabricated ..... 104

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VAN VELSIR, GREG 10420 Edwards, Montclair 91763 Covered jar, stoneware Covered jar, salt glaze ................... 114

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VIGNERI, FRANK M. 1930 Fell Street, San Francisco 94117 Cannisters, plexiglas, 6 x 6 x 6 inches 64 Envelope, plexiglas, 8 x 13 inches . . . . . . . . . 44 Stereo case (space case 009) plexiglas, 48 x 20 x 17 inches ..................... 24 Wall system, plexiglas, 14 x 14 x 14 inches ................... 64, 111 Table, plexiglas, 18 x 18 x 18 inches Table, plexiglas, 20 x 30 x 20 inches Manufactured by Frank M. Vigneri VILBRANDT, JR. CARL W. 800 Chestnut, San Francisco 94133 3 ceramic cups, low fire ............. 119, 176

WACHSMANN, JUDITH 2221 Ferndell Place, Hollywood 90028 636 Chairs, ottoman, table, prototype, patent applied for . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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TOMKINSON, BRUCE D. 253 25th Street, Santa Monica 90402 Stoneware tureen ....................... 26 639

WADE, LARAINE 4324 Valmonte Drive, Sacramento 95825 Group of 3 gloves, ceramic .............. 131 WATSON, HELEN 520 East Sixth Street, Claremont 91711 Stoneware sculpture, copper lustre on black glaze .................................. 115 WATSON, LYNDA 2721 E. Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz 95060 Gold neckpiece, 2 parts .................. 113

TRAMEL, TOM 22380 Cass Avenue, Woodland Hills 91364 Chest, East Indian rosewood, 14 x 21 x 32 inches ..................... 35

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TROUT, ROBERT G. 11695 Jewel Lane, Garden Grove 92640 Bowl, lathe turned teak, with teak, umbria and ebony appliqued band ................... 47 Desk Set with pen and inkwell, rosewood base, ebony and ivory, 3 x 6 x 13 inches

WEINER, GEORGE JAY 4346 Normal Avenue, Los Angeles 90029 641 Oak and teak wall unit, 7 x 8 feet ........ 28 642 Oak and teak desk, wall hung, 33 x 48 inches ....................â&#x20AC;˘..... 28

WAYNE, JIM 16220 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos 95030 Large form, textured fumed, blown glass, 11 inches high .......................... 146

WEIR, PAMELA 1800 Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills 90210 643 Mummy cases, tile, clay, glass on pine, (polychromed inside), 7 x 2 feet x 16 inches 644 Rocky reindeer and Uni-rock (rocking unicorn), walnut and maple ................ 96

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WEIR, PAMELA QUITON, GREGORY 1800 Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills 90210 Dolls Eleven, cardboard tubes (polychromed), prototype

WERNTZ, LELAND R. P. 0. Box 5634, Pasadena 91107 646 Rocked Camber, snow ski, prototype ..... 77 Manufactured by Werntz Enterprises

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WHITCOMB, KAY 1631 Mimulus Way, La Jolla 92037 Doors for institution, enamel on steel, 9\/2 x 5\4 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Made at Crahait Emailleries, Gosselies, Belgium

WIDENHOFER, ALLAN 60 Elm Avenue, San Anselmo 94960 648 Girl with Copper Checks, ceramic platter, 24 inch diameter ........................ 120

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WILHELMI, WILLIAM 3873 Capitol, Lemon Grove 92045 Edith, Lizzie, Grace, Charity and Watchout, lidded, beaded, monstered bowl on a pedestal, stoneware, glass beads, 20 x 12 x 12 inches .. 123

WILKENS, CARL L. 2150 E. 7th Street, Long Beach 90804 650 Storage unit, 5 feet 4 inches high . . . . . . . . . 25 651 Self contained light, 18 inches high WOLF, ARNOLD ASSOCIATES 1931 Addison Street, Berkeley 94 704 652 X an lit~ tm dual intensity 12 volt fluorescent fixtures, modular design series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 653 Xanlite tm 22 dual intensity 12 volt fluorescent fixture, circline series, 9 x 9 x 2 inches. . . . . 90 Stephen Hettenbach, designer Manufactured by Xantech Corporation 654 Aquarius 1, indirect-radiating loudspeaker system, veneered wood, oil or lacquer finish, 20 x 20 x 13;6 inches .................... 89 655 Aquarius 2A veneered wood, lacquer finish, indirect-radiating loudspeaker system, 40 x 18 x 15'/2 inches ... ;_............... 89 Designed by Arnold Wolf Associates, Douglas Warner; JBL Staff, Roger Crane 656 Aquarius 2, indirect-radiating loudspeaker system, walnut, veneered wood, oil or lacquer finish, 32 x 18 x 16 inches ................ 89 Designed by JBL Staff, Roger Crane; Arnold Wolf, Consultant 657 Aquarius 3 indirect-radiating loudspeaker system, veneered wood, oil or lacquer finish, white with angle on front, 50 x 18 x 20 inches 658 Aquarius 4 indirect-radiating loudspeaker system veneered wood, oil or lacquer finish, small vertical, 40 x 10 x 10 inches .............. 89 Designed by JBL Staff, Roger Crane Manufactured by James B. Lansing Sound, Inc.

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WOLFE, KATHY 3307 Alameda, Menlo Park 94025 Illuminated glass, 12 x 24 x 4 inches ...... 148 Illuminated glass, 12 x 30 x 5 inches


WOOLLEY, ELLAMARIE 969 Albion Street, San Diego 92106 Mutation, enamel on copper panel ....... 148 WOOLLEY, JACKSON AND ELLAMARIE 969 Albion Street, San Diego 92106 Hexagon Mural System, acrylic sheet, 5 feet 4 inches x 13 inches WOOLLEY, JACKSON 969 Albion Street, San Diego 92106

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Seethru, painted polyester resin on wood, 78 x 60 x 18 inches ...................... 156

ZACHOFSKY, STEVEN 4436 Via Padova, Claremont 91711 664 Lustered glass bowl, onion skin design, 8 inches high ........................... 151 ZARINS, VALDIS 1004 Normal Avenue, Chico 95926

Delta II wall sculpture, acrylic, 25 inches high .......................... 153 666 R. G. I. wall sculpture, acrylic, 22 inches high .......................... 153 667 R/1970 wall sculpture, acrylic, 26 inches high .......................... 153 665

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By craftsman john Gaughan, who is an assistant to a magician, and who constructs the accoutrements for magic, has made a lethal looking but safe, guillotine. Beautifully crafted of oak, the locks are wood, and only the vicious blade with its secret center break, is metal.

ZIMMERMAN, MICHl ITAMI 37 Plaza Drive, Berkeley 94705 White stoneware branch vase ............ 119


California Design Eleven I Manufacturers

A. & E. FURNITURE 1107 North Olive Drive Los Angeles 90069 Designer's drawing desk designed by Hector Huerta, Huerta Design Associates ALIGN路A-TRON CORPORATION 925 North Main Street, Orange 92687 Analyser and Densitometer designed by Robert Elder, Elder and Anderson Industrial Design SY ALLAN DESIGNS LTD. 305 Glendale Boulevard Los Angeles 90026 Lamps and shades designed by George N . Kimura AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY INDUSTRIES, INC. 16520 South Figueroa, Gardena 90248 Chairs designed by Richard E. Baker Jr. ARCHITECTURAL FIBERGLASS 2020 South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles 90034 Planters and light designed by Elsie Crawford Bench, Pop Up Shelter, Ventura bench, chairs and table designed by Douglas Deeds Work Center System designed by Douglas Deeds and Barry Rosengrant Hump system, designed by Los Angeles Design Company, designers Arthur Golding and Doug Meyer Fiberglass door designed by Svetozar Radakovich Modular seating designed by Richard Thompson ARCHITECTURAL POTTERY 2020 South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles 90034 Fascia, gourmet-ware, planters and sand urns designed by David Cressey

CALRITE 15330 Oxnard Street, Van Nuys 91408 Planter designed by Robert Alan Martin CANTERBURY DESIGNS P. 0. Box 5730, Sherman Oaks 91403 Townscape bench designed by architects Charles Jones and Milo Lazovica CAPSULE, INC. 100 Bancroft Road, Concord 94520 Rocking chair, staff designed CHILDS PLAY UNLIMITED 500 North Wilcox Avenue Los Angeles 90004 Childs Environment, designed by Chrysalis Corporation CLARY CORPORATION 408 J unipero Serra Drive San Gabriel 91776 Drapery system designed by H(lger Designs COMMERCIAL CHAIR COMPANY 5000 East Valley Boulevard Los Angeles 90032 Chairs, staff designed CORONA CRAFT 34182 Doheny Park Road Capistrano Beach 92624 Totem pole designed by Mabel Hutchinson DAEDALUS DESIGNS 5117 Hesperia Avenue, Encino 91316 Lamp and chaise lounge designed by Joseph Bernstien DAPCO 3858 Broadway Place, Los Angeles 90037 Planter, desk letter trays designed by Robert Alan Martin DESIGN I 1723 Seabright Avenue, Long Beach 90813 Clocks designed by Ralph Siller

CHARLES BARONE INC. 114 South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles 90048 Wallpaper designed by Charles Barone

DESIGN LINE, INC . 140 Main Street, El Segundo 90245 Lights designed by Bill Curry

BECKMAN INSTRUMENTS INC. 2500 Harbor Boulevard, Fullerton 92634 Spectrophotometer designed by Robert L . Greene

DESIGN GROUP Pier Three, San Francisco 94111 Clocks and chandelier designed by Bob Blosser

BLUEPETER INC. liSA Front Street, San Francisco 94133 Playstructure, table and stool designed by Roger Fleck

DUREL FURNISHINGS 110 Encinal Street, Santa Cruz 95060 Chair, bench, table designed by L. C. Lang, Architectural Crafts Guild of California

BROWN-JORDAN COMPANY 9860 Gidley Street, El Monte 91734 Chairs designed by Hall Bradley Lounge chair and folding chair designed by Charles A. Gibilterra

ELBO PRODUCTS 1611 Adrian Road, Burlingame 94010 Lamp, clock, bookend, mirror, designed by Tepper &: Steinhilber Association, Inc.-Gene Tepper

BROWN-SALTMAN 15000 South Figueroa, Gardena 90247 Lounge, occasional and arm chairs designed by Douglas Heaslet

EON FURNITURE 660 Venice Boulevard, Venice 90291 Stool or table, tables, and chair designed by Gerald L. McCabe

D. P. BUSHNELL INC. 2828 Foothill Boulevard, Pasadena 91107 Binoculars designed by Paul R. Maguire

ERA INDUSTRIES, INC. 8817 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles 90048

Woven tapestries and animal blocks designed by Evelyn Ackerman Woven tapestries designed by Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman

H. M . S. MARINE INC. 904 West Hyde Park Boulevard Inglewood 90302 Sailing cart designed by Douglas Deeds

FIRE DRUM CORPORATION 1415 Yosemite, San Francisco 94125 Freestanding fireplace designed by Gerald L. Jonas

IDEAS FROM SOMEL 2251 North Lincoln, Altadena 91001 Owl, elephant, cat, domino set, bookends, designed by Clifford Nelson

FORMS AND SURFACES Box 5215, Santa Barbara 93103 Door pulls designed by Malcolm Leland Double doors designed by Billy Joe McCarroll and David Gillespie

THE INSIDE-OUT DODDHOUSE 745 Santa Barbara Road, Berkeley 94707 Cardboard dollhouse designed by Bruce C . Dodd

FORTRESS, INC. 8801 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles 90048 Executive armchair and desk chair designed by John Follis, John Follis & Associates Hanging fabric screen designed by Carl Gustav Magnusson GEN-MAR INC. 717 Valley Drive, Hermosa Beach 90254 Catamaran Sailboat designed by Allan J. Arnold GLENN OF CALIFORNIA 130 North First Avenue, Arcadia 91006 Desk, bunching cases, and nitestand designed by Robert Baron Bar stool designed by Robert Baron and Henry Conversano Chairs designed by Charles A. Gibi/terra Roll-top desk designed by John Kapel Cube table designed by Frank and Aileen Rohloff Desks designed by Richard W. Thompson GRAPHIC ART SYSTEMS CO. P. 0. Box 11747, Santa Ana 92747 Graphic posters designed by Patrick Maddux HANOVA INC. 34 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena 91.101 Casseroles designed by Charles Chaney HEALTHWAYS 5340 West 102nd Street Los Angeles 90045 BB gun designed by Kenneth Pitcher HEATH CERAMICS 400 Gate 5 Road, Sausalito 94965 Dinnerware designed by Edith Heath ERIC HECKETT Yeoman Group, Cobh, Ireland Stuffed toys designed by Gere Kavanaugh HERMOSA RATTAN DIVISION OF BROWNJORDAN COMPANY 9860 Gidley Street, El Monte 91734 Game chair designed by Tadao E. Inouye HIEBERT INC. (Library Furniture) 23605 Telo Street, Torrance 90505 Arm chair and study carrel designed by John Follis, Jay Timmens

INTEGRATED CEILINGS, INC. 2231 Colby Avenue, Los Angeles 90064 Lighting modules designed by Rolando T . Curtis INTERPACE CORPORATION 2901 Los Feliz Boulevard Los Angeles 90039 Tile staff designed KASPARIAN 7772 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles 90046 "Plump" seating system and coffee table designed by Donald T. Chadwick KELTY PACK, INC. 10909 Tuxford Street, Sun Valley 91352 Sleeping bag carrier and Kelty day pack designed by Kelty Pack, Inc. WILLIAM KETELLE CO. 12035 Regentview, Downey 90241 Tables designed by William Ketelle KOSUGA FURNITURE CO. 2260 Palou Avenue, San Francisco 94124 Oak chair designed by John A. . Kapel LANDES MANUFACTURING CO. P. 0. Box 2197, Gardena 90247 Chairs designed by Byron H . Botker Lounge chair designed by Jerry Johnson and Bryon H . Botker Lounge chair, ottoman and chaise designed by Jerry Johnson JAMES B. LANSING SOUND, INC. 3249 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles 90039 Aquarius loudspeaker systems JBL Staff design : Roger Crane; Arnold Wolf Assoc. , Consultants; Douglas Warner LEYSE ALUMINUM COMPANY 203 Ellis Street Kewaunee, Wisconsin 54216 Planters designed by Robert Alan Martin ROBERT LONG LIGHTING Box 542, Sausalito 94965 Mail box designed by Stuart D. Barnes LYNDON CRAFT P . 0. Box 12, Rosemead 91770 Puzzles by designers Lois Diffrient and Helen Smith Children's hollow blocks designed by Helen Brice Smith


McCULLOCH AIRCRAFT 119 Standard Street, El Segundo 90245 Gyroplane industrial design by Armand Fiori and Associates, and aeronautical design by D. K. Javonovich THE McGUIRE COMPANY 1201 Bryant Street, San Francisco 94103 Pair of chairs designed by Elinor McGuire MAURICE MARTINE' DESIGNS 32321 Coast Highway South Laguna 92677 Mobile lounge chair designed by Maurice Martine'

METAL FORMING COMPANY 2707 Main Street, Santa Monica 90405 Shoe hanger and lazy susan designed by Deborah Sussman METROPOLITAN FURNITURE CORPORATION 950 Linden Avenue So. San Francisco 94080 Oak soja designed by Jules M . Heumann . BOB MITCHELL DESIGNS 8535 Warner Drive, Culver City 90230 Wallpaper designed by Bob Mitchell MODELINE CO. OF CALIFORNIA INC. 110 North Beaudry Avenue Los Angeles 90012 Floor lamp desig11ed by J.ack Haywood MUTABOR 1681 8th Street, Oakland 94607 Fabric designed by Francis Butler Fabric designed by Ronald Fox Fabric designed by Robert Fried Apron designed by Richard Valentino

NUT TREE RESTAURANT Nut Tree 95688 Disposable spoon designed by Tepper & Steinhilber Association Inc., Kellogg Fleming designer, commissioned and designed for The Nut Tree Restaurant

ROBERTSHAW CONTROLS COMPANY CONTROL SYSTEMS DIVISION 1601 South Manchester, Anaheim 92802 Pneumatic wall thermostat designed by Keck-Craig Associates

OCEAN HOUSE OF LAGUNA BEACH INC. 2300 East 27th Street, Los Angeles 90058 Aprons, towels, hot pads, designed by Gere Ka vanaugh

CARROLL SAGAR & ASSOCIATES 8751 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles 90048 Table desk designed by George Carroll Desk designed by Craig Ellwood

PAPER SYSTEMS, INC. 537 Railroad Avenue So. San Francisco 94080 Fiberboard cabinets designed by: Graphics: Harry Murphy and Friends, Structural: Albert De Nola PEOPLE'S GALLERY A DIVISION OF METROMEDIA 5746 West Sunset Boulevard Hollywood 90028 Outdoor advertising Triosk designed by John Follis, John Follis & Associates PETER PEPPER PRODUCTS, INC. 22422 South Avalon Boulevard Wilmington 90745 Desk accessories designed by Peter W. Pepper Smoker and waste receptacle designed by Peter Pepper Products, Inc. PLAYSKOOL, INC. 2500 West 6th Street, Los Angeles 90057 Fabric doll designed by Innova Inc., Fred Ad/ekes

GORDON NEVILLS 5961 Marline Circle, Carmichael 95608 Single bed and bunk beds designed by Helge B. Olsen

PRESCOLITE DIVISION OF U . S. INDUSTRIES 1251 Doolittle Drive, San Leandro 94577 Spot or flood light and projector lighting unit designed by Larry L. Routh

NORTH FACE INC. 1234 5th Street, Berkeley 94710 Mountain tent designed by Justus Bauschinger

PRIMA DESIGNS INC. 13435 Beach Boulevard, Venice 90292 5 sculptures designed by H. B. Leydenjrost

SAMSONITE CORPORATION FURNITURE DIVISION AND TOY DIVISION 11200 East 45th Street Denver, Colorado 80217 Toys by Design West, Inc. SANYO ELECTRIC COMPANY OF JAPAN 1200 West Walnut Street, Compton 90220 Stereo receiver system and radios by D esign West, Inc . C. W . STOCKWELL COMPANY 320 North Madison Avenue Los Angeles 90004 Wallpaper designed by Remy L . Chatain STOW I DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 25 Summer Avenue, N.W. Grand Rapids, Michigan 49502 Chairs designed by Bert England SURF-SAVING INTERNATIONAL P. 0. Box 634, Malibu 90265 Rescue cans designed by Ronald J. Rezek TELEDYNE PACKARD BELL 12333 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles 90064 Stereos-Joseph D . Portanova, Director of Design , John Ballantyne, designer THE TESTOR CORPORATION 11500 Tennessee Avenue Los Angeles 90064 Mode I airplane 路engine designed by Robert Elder, Elder and Anderson Industrial Design

TOUCH-PLATE ELECTRO-SYSTEMS 16530 Garfield, Paramount 90723 Panel touch and flush plates and frames designed by Dean Meyers TROPI-CAL 5731 South Alameda Avenue Los Angeles 90058 Arm chair designed by Danny Ho Fong Chair designed by Miller Yee Fong ALBERT VAN LUIT & CO. 4000 Chevy Chase, Los Angeles 90039 Wallpaper designed by John Leigh Spath F. M. VIGNERI 1930 Fell, San Francisco 94117 Cannisters, envelope, stereo cases, wall system, and tables, all plexiglas, designed by Frank M. Vignerl VIRTUE OF CALIFORNIA 19801 South Santa Fe Avenue Compton 90221 Dining table and occasional table, designed by Robert Kjer Jakobsen VISTA-COSTA MESA FURNITURE 411 East Julianne, Anaheim 92803 Arm chair designed by Frank Messana Desk designed by Richard Thompson WAVELL-HUBER WOOD PRODUCTS INC. 3801 Catalina, Los Alamitos 90720 Lectern designed by Hugh Gibbs and Donald Gibbs WERNTZ ENTERPRISES Box 5634, Pasadena 91107 Snow ski designed by Leland R . Werntz XANTECH CORPORATION 7427 Varna Avenue North Hollywood 91605 Fluorescent fixtures designed by Arnold Wolf Associates, Stephen Hettenbach, designer


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