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Viola Frey headlines this issue. I challenge anyone to find a better interview of her. If it weren't for Viola, we could almost say this issue is devoted to remarkable artists who are not well known. But who really knew Frey? The interviews with Dickson Schneider and Terrance Meyer are treasures. And then we have the pleasure of tchotchkes, The Garden of Montini and a really odd collection of vases. Bringing intriguing stuff to readers that no one else can or will is one of our joys.

 

Issue# 4               February 2001

Viola Frey

Table of Contents

from the editor, Richard Whittaker

Viola Frey:
Reflections on the Artist and Her Work

A Conversation with Viola Frey:
Who Makes Originals, Ever?

J. Kathleen White
A Selection from Her Collection of Vases

A Conversation with Dickson Schneider
Looking for Something That Is True

Katina Huston
from the "Trust and Distrust Series"

Karen Haas, Tom Leddy
The Pleasures of Tchotchkes

Rue Harrison
The Jungle of Montini

Chester Arnold
Paintings

A Conversation with Terrance Meyer
"The Sound of One Hand Clapping"

Marcia Binnendyk
Drawings

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

Kathleen Cramer
Border Crossing

Coming Attractions

Society for the ReCognition of Art

 
 
 
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