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We talk with artist and Fulbright scholar Jacqueline Thurston about her time in, and obsession with, the statuary of ancient Egypt. Livia Stein talks about her time in India, her attraction to Gandhi and we show 3 of her inspired monoprints of the great man. And there's an interview with Bay Area luminary, clay artist Jim Melchert, who is always fascinating to listen to. What else? Read about contributing editor Jane Rosen's ten years of leaving Manhatten to come west. And Mary Stein, nearing 80, photographed in the air upside down as she works out at her dojo. Unbelievable. And more, always fresh, even years later.

 

Issue# 15               October 2007

East and West

Table of Contents

From the Editor

A Conversation with Jacqueline Thurston
Time in Egypt

Jane Rosen
East and West

A Conversation with Jim Melchert
Lucky Breaks

Michael Wells
Portfolio

Enrique Mart√Ćez Celaya
Parting of the Exemplary Museum

William Fuller III
Portfolio

Livia Stein
A Trip to India

Mary Stein
The Gift of Danger

Leigh Hyams
Portfolio

Ankur Shah
Cooking Com Bigode

Art of Living
Sally Anderson

Rue Harrison:
Indigo Animal

Letters

 
 
 
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