1980 — Master of Fine Arts with Distinction, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. (Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing)
1977 — Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. (Studio Art)
1975 — Associate of Arts, Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri. (Music: Piano and Harp)
2015 — Senior Associate Dean and Director of Interdisciplinary Programs, College of Creative Arts, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
2008–15 — Associate Dean and Director of Interdisciplinary Programs, College of Creative Arts (formerly School of Fine Arts), Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
2005–2015 — University Distinguished Professor of Art, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
2003–present — Managing Member, Studio SEVN, LLC, Oxford, Ohio. Public art and design practice.
1990–05 — Professor, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
1997–99 — Fulbright Senior Lecturing Scholar, Atelier kov a sperk (Sculpture Studio for Metals and Jewelry), V.Š.U.P. (The Academy of Art, Architecture and Design), Prague, Czech Republic. (2 full appointments)
1999 — Guest Professor, International Masterclass, Royal College of Art, London, England.
Summer, 1988 — Summer Faculty, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.
1985–90 — Associate Professor, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Awarded tenure in 1987.
Summer, 1985 — Artist–in–Residence, ArtPark, Lewiston, New York. (3–weeks)
1984–85 — Assistant Professor, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
1983-96 — Founder and Principal, Interalia Design Studio, Oxford, Ohio.
1981–1983 — Visiting Assistant Professor, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
PUBLIC ART and INSTALLATION PROJECTS
2012/1995 — Serie Arquitectonica: Double Broken Window, Cor-Ten steel. 12′ high. Re-created for the Ohio Craft Museum Entry, 1665 W. 5th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Installed April, 2012.
2010 — StarSphere 2010, Artist and Project Manager: ‘Percent for Art Commission’ for Franklin Hall–School of Journalism and Communications, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. 11’6″ x 10’6″ x 10’6″ stainless steel sculpture. Dedicated April, 2011.
2006 — The Crystalline Tower, Artist and Project Manager, with Vratislav K. Novák, Shayne O. Manning, S.E., P.E. Commission for the Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. Selected through international competition for first major public art commission in 185-year history of the City of Cincinnati Parks for collaborative 85-foot high, 12′ x 12′ x 12′ footprint; stainless steel, titanium and mica kinetic sculpture. Dedicated September, 2006.
2005 — StarLine, Artist and Project Manager. 22′ high x 30′ stainless steel sculpture, 14′ diameter fountain, commissioned by Midland Atlantic Properties for the Voice of America Centre, West Chester, Ohio. Dedicated May, 2005.
2003/2004 — Konvergence, Artist and Project Manager, with Vratislav K. Novák. Temporary site-specific Installation, 16′ x 16′ x 16′ kinetic titanium and mirror sculpture, commissioned for the Aronoff Center for the Arts, Alice and Harris K. Weston Upper Gallery (atrium) by the Cincinnati Arts Association. Exhibited June–September, 2003. Re-installed at the Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio, Spring 2004.
1997 — Table/Stůl, Artist, with Vratislav K. Novák. Kinetic sculpture exhibited in the international competitive traveling museum exhibition, “The Middle of the Table” at the Deutsches Klingenmuseum, Solengen, Germany, as well as in multiple museum venues in Prague, Turnov, and Brno in the Czech Republic.
The White House/National Archives, Washington, D. C. (“First Permanent American Crafts Collection,” curated by Michael Monroe, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.) Part of the Clinton Library collection, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Alessi Museum, Crusinallo, Italy. (Two works)
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana.
The Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. (Three works)
The Newark Museum of Art, Newark, New Jersey. (Two works)
The Arkansas Arts Center/Decorative Arts Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Okresní Muzeum Českého Raje, Turnov, Czech Republic. (Three works)
The Royal College of Art, London, England.
Galerie Helios, Štrbské Pleso, Slovakia. (Two works)
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. (Two works)
The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, Indiana.
Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio.
GRANTS AND SPECIAL HONORS AWARDED (SELECTED)
2005 — Awarded rank of University Distinguished Professor and named to the Council of Distinguished Scholars of the Graduate School, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
Meritorious and Distinguished Service Award, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7696, West Chester, Ohio. (for StarLine)
2002 — Individual Artist Fellowship, Summerfair, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio.
2001 — Distinguished Scholar, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
2000 — Guest Artist, American Ambassador to NATO, Alexander Vershbow, Artists in Embassy Program, Truman Hall, Brussels, Belgium.
1997–99 — Council for the International Exchange of Scholars and the J. William Fulbright Commission Senior Scholar Lecturing Award to The Academy of Art, Design, and Architecture, Prague, Czech Republic.
1996 — The Benjamin Harrison Medallion, Miami University. The university’s highest annual faculty award for distinguished teaching, scholarship and service. Awarded at the May commencement by the President.
Award for Distinguished Lifetime Achievement, Ohio Designer Craftsmen, Columbus, Ohio.
Honored guest, The White House, Washington, DC at the invitation of the President and Mrs. Clinton, for the ceremony honoring the National Medal of the Arts and Frankel Prize recipients.
1993 — Honored at special reception with President and Mrs. Clinton, The White House, Washington, DC, December 9, for the inauguration of the “First White House Collection of American Crafts.”
Invited Participant, “Master Workshop,” Royal Academy, Antwerp, Belgium. (As part of Antwerp’s celebration as the “1993 Cultural Capital of Europe.”)
1996,’94, ’91, ’89, ’87 — Visual Artist Fellowships, Ohio Arts Council.
2010 — Constellations, University Gallery (city center), The Institute of Art and Design, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic. Featured artist for the city’s annual Liberation Festival.
2006 — Bodies of Work: Miniature to Monumental, Atrium Gallery II, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Retrospective, 64 works curated by Patricia Nelson.
2000 — Czech Lessons, Lee Gallery, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
1999 — Lekce Cestiny, Galerie Kotelna, Prague, Czech Republic.
1998 — Centering, Okresní Muzeum Ceského Raje, Turnov, Czech Republic.
1995-98 — Aggressive Solutions: The Metalwork of Susan Ewing 1980–1995, organized by The Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. Travel including The National Technical Museum, Prague, Czech Republic; The Phoenix Museum of Art, Phoenix, Arizona; The Weston Art Gallery/Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio; The Arkansas Center for the Arts Decorative Arts Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas; The John McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown, Ohio. Mid-career retrospective, 90 works, catalogue with essays by Alberto Alessi and Robert Benson. Curated by Elizabeth Scheurer. Sponsored by the Ohio Craft Museum, Banque Générale du Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Ohio Arts Council, Miami University.
Competitions and Invitationals
— Faceted: Aspects of Contemporary Jewelry, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida.
— Connections II, The Ladislav Sutnar Gallery (in city center), University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic.
— Schatten, Forum für Schmuck und Design, Handwerksmusuem Deggendorf, Deggendorf; Galerie von Viveka Valentin, Cologne; Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus, Hanau, Germany. Traveling.
— Metalsmithing Now: The Vessel, Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art, Midland, Michigan.
— Uncontained: Ohio Metalsmiths and the Vessel, The Concourse Gallery, Upper Arlington, Ohio.
— Hue: RED, Gallery One One, Brazee Street School of Glass, Cincinnati, Ohio.
— Best of 2013, The Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. Traveling.
— Mitgliederkette, Handwerksmusuem Deggendorf, Deggendorf, Germany.
— Art of Influence, Wellington B. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
— inFormed, Meyers Gallery, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
— Schoonhoven Silver Award 2009: Poetry in Silver, The Watertower at Schoonhoven, the Netherlands; travel to the Design Museum Gent, Belgium; International Design Museum in the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany.
— 33 Semestry, Museum for Glass and Jewelry, Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic. (Teaching retrospective for the Sculpture Studio for Metal and Jewelry of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.)
— Silver Schools: Sculpture Studio for Metal and Jewelry of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, Galeria Szutki w Legnicy, Legnice, Poland; Galerie Bielska BWA, Biala, Poland.
— Connections, University Gallery (in city center) and The Gallery above the Stairs (on campus), The Institute of Art and Design, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic.
— Horror Vacui, organized by the Forum für Schmuck und Design, Bonn; showing Handwerkskammer Köln; Galerie Sonja Pfinst-Bischof, Dusseldorf; Historisches Museum Hannover; Galerie Bengel, Idar-Oberstein; Kreismuseum Peine, Germany; Craft and Design Center, Manchester, Great Britain; and Galerie Andrzej Bielak, Krakow, Poland. (Traveling 2 years).
— Best of 2008, The Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. THOMFORD AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN METALS
— Identifikace, Oblastní Galerie, Liberec, Czech Republic. (Solo retrospective of Vratislav K. Novák, included in 3 collaborative works.)
— Erotic Art 2007, The Kinsey Institute Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
— Magnitude Seven, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio.
— Horizonty, Galerie Nova Sîn, Prague and the Academy of Art and Design, Brno, Czech Republic. Organized by the Czech Fulbright Commission in celebration of its 15th anniversary.
— Horizons, Celebrating 15 years of the Czech Fulbright Commission,” Embassy of the Czech Republic, Washington, DC.
— Material and Space, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri. Traveling, including National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee.
— Reinterpreting the Vessel, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
— Midwest Metalsmiths Invitational, Northern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois.
— Best of 2006, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. Traveling, including Artspace, Lima, Ohio and the Mansfield Art Center, Mansfield, Ohio. NATIONWIDE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE.
— Modernism, Seventh Regiment Armory, NYC. Special exposition, represented by the Lauren Stanley Gallery, NYC, as gallery’s featured artist.
— The Art of Fine Craft, University Place Art Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.
— Edges of Grace, Fuller Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts.
— Educators Educated, traveled to The Cleveland Art Institute, Cleveland; Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown; Riffe Gallery (Ohio Arts Council), Columbus, Ohio; organized by the Ohio Arts Council. Shown in Cleveland as part of the annual national conference of the Society of North American Goldsmiths.
— Ideas Into Objects: Reinterpreting the Notebooks of Leonardo DaVinci, Weston Art Gallery, Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio.
— Consuming Passions, Ross Museum of Art, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. “Rings,” Canon Gallery of Art and Design, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.
— ReVisions, Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio.
— Hammer and Hand: Contemporary American Metal, Center Art Gallery, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
— Pillboxes, Yaw Gallery, S.O.F.A. International Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois.
— Summerfair Select: An Exhibition of Grant Winners 2001-2003, Main Gallery, Fine Arts Center, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, Kentucky.
— Best of 2004, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio. NATIONWIDE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE.
— Atelier Kov a Sperk na VSUP, Design Center Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.
— On my Honour, Forum für Schmuk und Design for Ars Ornata Europeana, Cologne, Germany, traveling in Germany through 2002.
— Eros, Severoceske Museum, Liberec, Czech Republic, with travel to museums throughout the Czech Republic and Europe.
— Symposium Selections from Okresní Muzeum Ceského Raje, for Ars Ornata Europeana, Warsaw, Poland.
— Menorahs and Hannukkiahs, Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery, Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, Boca Raton, Florida. (Organized by Bernice Steinbaum Gallery)
— Teapots Transformed, Leslie Ferrin Gallery, S.O.F.A., Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois and 20th Century International Art Fair, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York.
— Best of 2000, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio, with travel to Southern Ohio Museum, Portsmouth, Ohio. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE and PURCHASE AWARD
— Signum Design: Czech Design of the 80’s and 90’s, The Applied Arts Museum, Prague, Czech Republic.
— Für Mich, Für Dich, Museum für Natur und Stadtkultur im Prediger, Schäbisch Gmund, Germany.
— Symposium 11 Exhibition, Okresní Muzeum Ceského Raje, Turnov, Czech Republic.
— Needless Necessity: Jewelry and Silver in America, Newark Museum of Art, Newark, New Jersey.
— Magic and Ritual: Hannukkiahs Seen Through Contemporary Eyes, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York, New York.
— Memento Mori, Forum für Schmuck und Design, Christuskirche, Wuppertal, Germany. Traveling in Germany through 2000.
— Group Exhibition, Galerie Kotelna, Prague, Czech Republic.
— Benchmarkers: Women in Metal, The National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee; Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Skidmore, New York.
— Symposium X Exhibition, Okresní Muzeum Ceského Raje, Turnov, Czech Republic.
— The Middle of the Table: International Stainless Steel Competition, Deutsches Klingenmuseum, Solingen, Germany, with travel to the Hanover Fair (Krups Pavilion), the Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus, Hanau, and to the Museum für Kunst und Gewebe, Hamburg, Germany through 1999.
— Symposium IX Exhibition, Okresní Muzeum Ceského Raje, Turnov, Czech Republic.
— Die Entführung der Europa, Queen Ann’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexam; Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham, Great Britain; Galerie für Angewandte Kunst, Wedemark, Germany.
— Schmuckpaket, Galerie Spandau, Berlin, Germany. Travel to Cologne and Hildesheim, Germany.
— Servers: the Seymour Rabinovich Collection, Goldsmiths Hall, London, England; National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee, Seattle Museum of Art, Seattle, Washington.
— Best of 1995, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio CHALLENGE AWARD (Best of Show)
— Stroh zu Gold, Bürgenzentrum “Alte Feuerwache,” Cologne, Germany; with travel to the Städtisches Museum Shloss Rheydt, Mönchengladbach, Germany.
— The White House Collection of American Crafts, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., extensive national museum tour, also internet “Virtual Tour,” sponsored by MCI.
— Contemporary American Metalsmithing: Sculptural Concerns, traveling exhibition organized by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Venues include The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, Indiana; American Craft Museum, New York City; Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, Kansas; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida; Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee; Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Michigan; California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California, with other sites.
— Best of 1993, Ohio Designer–Craftsmen,Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
— The Tea Party/The Teaspoon Collection, American Craft Museum, New York City.
— Jewelry Invitational, Gallery Orféo, Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
— Schmuck–Arsenale, Museum für Kunsthandwerks, Frankfurt and the Deutsches Klingenmuseum, Solingen, Germany and other sites in Germany and Switzerland.
— New Traditions/91: Susan Ewing, Karen Karnes, Silas Kopf, Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, Massachusetts.
— Coffeepots and Teapots, Newark Museum of Art, Newark, New Jersey.
— Masterpieces: American Craft at the Armory, 7th Regiment Armory, New York City. Featured artist for promotional publications.
— Denk Ich an Deutschland, Forum für Schmuck und Design, Cologne, Germany.
— The Guild 3rd American Craft Awards, New York City. MERIT AWARD
— Ornamenta 1, Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim, Germany.
— American Metals Invitational, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
— U.S. Metal, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. GRAND AWARD
— The Guild American Craft Awards, Urban BobKat Gallery, New York City. GRAND PRIZE
— Best of ’88, Ohio Designer–Craftsmen, Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE (Selected as featured poster artist.)
— Sixth International Jewelry Competition: Schmuck für Kopf und Haar, Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim, Germany.
— Three Rivers Arts Festival/Exhibition, PPG Wintergarden (sponsored by the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. JUROR’S AWARD
— Best of 1986, Ohio Designer Craftsmen, Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio. AWARD FOR SPECIAL MERIT
— Die alten Römer und die neue Äusserlichkeit, Handwerkskammer Köln, Cologne, Germany.
— Ewing, Gossner, Mitsuyasu, and Pinton, Galerie Mattar, Cologne, Germany.
— Best of 1985, Ohio Designer Craftsmen, Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
— Reflections: A Tribute to Alma Eikerman, Master Craftsman, Indiana University Museum of Art, Bloomington, Indiana.
— Künstler der Galerie zeigen neue Arbeiten, Galerie Mattar, Cologne, Germany.
— Ringe, Aspects Gallery, London, England; Galerie Mattar, Cologne; Galeries Spektrum and Ventil, Munich, Germany.
— Marietta College Crafts National, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio. AWARD FINALIST
— Mathildenhöhe–Preis ‘Jugend formt’, Darmstadt, West Germany. HONORABLE MENTION
BIBLIOGRAPHY CITING OR ILLUSTRATING ARTIST’S WORK (SELECTED)
“Zemřel sochař Vratislav Karel Novák, autor Metronomu na pražské Letné.” iDNES [online], February 15
2012, 2011, 2008
— Sayre , Henry. A World of Art, 8/e, 7/e, 6/e, 5/e. Pearson Education/Prentice Hall. (8/e forthcoming in 2016)
2012, 2009, 2008
— Getlein, Mark. Gilbert’s Living with Art, 10/e, 9/e, 8/e. San Francisco: McGraw-Hill, fig. 12.9. (11/e forthcoming in 2016) + Digital Connect Art and Learn Smart supplements
— Hemachandra, Ray, ed. Lark Studio Series: Chairs, Asheville, NC: Lark Books (Division of Sterling Publishers).
— Nutt, Craig. 500 Chairs. Asheville, NC: Lark Books (Division of Sterling Publishers); International competitive review.
— Fred Fenster. 500 Metal Vessels. Asheville, NC: Lark Books (Division of Sterling Publishers); International competitive review.
— LeVan, Marthe, ed. 500 Wedding Rings. Asheville, NC: Lark Books (Division of Sterling Publishers); International competitive review.
— Ebendorf, Robert. 1000 Rings. Asheville, NC: Lark Books, Division of Sterling Publishing.
— Austin, Alexandra. The Craft of Silversmithing. Asheville, NC: Lark Books, Division of Sterling Publishing.
— Faimon, Peg and Weigand, John. The Nature of Design. Cincinnati: HOW Design Books. Artist’s works and photography featured throughout book.
— Kuspit, Donald. “Serious Fun: Art Toys for Adult Toddlers,” Metalsmith, Fall, p. 38–45.
— Pelcl, Jiri. Czech Design 1995–2000. Prague: Prostor.
— Rabinovitch, B.C. and Clifford, Helen. Contemporary Silver: Commissioning, Designing, Collecting. London: Merrell Publishers, distributed by Rizzoli.
— Ferrin, Leslie. Teapots Transformed: Exploration of an Object. Madison, Wisconsin: Guild Publishing.
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— Lamarová. Milena, et al. Signum Design: Czech Design of the 80’s and 90’s. Prague: The Museum of Applied Arts. Exhibition hard-cover catalogue.
— Steinbaum, Bernice. Magic and Ritual: Hannukkiahs Seen Through Contemporary Eyes. New York: Steinbaum Krauss Gallery. Exhibition Video.
— Janoušek, Ivo. “Prace v kovu Susan Ewing,” Atelier (Czech Fortnightly Journal of Contemporary Art), April 9-30, p.6.
— Pauly, Jana ed. Z Dejin Prumysloveho Designu 2. Prague: The National Technical Museum.
— “Americka vytvarnice vystavuje sve šperky v turnovskem muzeu,” Milada Fronta Dnes (Prague daily), July 11.
— Rabinovitch, B.C. and Clifford, Helen. “Slices of Silver,” American Craft, August/September, pp. 54–57.
— Giacobone, Tersilla, ed. La lingua degli Specchi. Milan: Electa.
— “Recensioni,” MODO: Rivista internazional di cultura del progetto (international review of design culture), November, 1997, p.184.
— Linn, John W. “Heavy Metal: Susan Ewing,” American Craft, December 1996/January 1997, pp. 38–41. Also, front cover and and first page.
— Monroe, Michael et al. The White House Collection of American Crafts. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
— Berry, Heidi. “The Clinton Collection.” The Washington Post/Washington Home, April 27.
— Alessi, Alberto; Benson, Robert; et al. Aggressive Solutions: Susan Ewing. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio Craft Museum. Solo exhibition catalogue, 48 pages.
— Benson, Robert. “Susan Ewing: Intertwining Themes.” Ornament, Winter.
— “Signor Presidente, il caffe e servito.” L’orafo Italiano, September, p. 27.
— Lovelarkin, Salli. “Aggressive Solutions: Contemporary Work in Metal.” (Aronoff Center for the Arts Catalogue Page) Dialogue, January/February, p. 24.
— Ceil Dorger, “Bach’s Lunch.” WGUC Public Radio. Exhibition review, January 11.
— Gilson, Nancy. “Heavy Metal: Artist Susan Ewing Forges Works with Innovation and Edge.” The Columbus Dispatch, November 1.
— “Mirabella News: Construction Site.” Mirabella, January.
— Kranson, Charon. 500 Brooches. Asheville, NC: Lark Books, Division of Sterling Publishing.
— Wolk, Michael. Designing for the Table. New York: PBC International. Fort Worth: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.
— Sikes, William. Contemporary Crafts for the Home. New York: Kraus Sikes Inc.
— Back Cover, American Craft, April/May. For exhibition, “Masterpieces: American Craft at the Armory.”
— Temin, Christine. “Sterling Ideas.” The Boston Globe, September 7.
— Van Tuyl, Laura. “From the Silversmith’s Hand.” Christian Science Monitor, October 1.
— “Silversmiths Exhibit Wares.” New York Times, October 11.
— Ornamenta 1. Pforzheim: Prestel.
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