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The art of found objects : interviews with Texas artists

Author: Robert Craig Bunch
Publisher: College Station : Texas A & M University Press, 2017 ©2016
Series: Joe and Betty Moore Texas art series, no. 17.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"In this first book of interviews with visual artists from across Texas, more than sixty artists reflect on topics from formative influences and inspirations to their common engagement with found materials. Beyond the art itself, no source is more primary to understanding art and artist than the artist's own words. After all, who can speak with more authority about the artist's influences, motivations, methods,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Craig Bunch
ISBN: 9781623496043 1623496047
OCLC Number: 987044094
Description: xi, 204 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Margaret Adie (San Marcos) --
Helen Altman (Fort Worth) --
Celia Alvarez Munoz (Arlington) --
The Art Guys (Houston) --
Frances Bagley (Dallas) --
Karin Broker (Houston and Magnolia) --
Maureen Brouillette (Dallas) --
Steve Brudniak (Austin) --
Margarita Cabrera (El Paso) --
Eugene W.R. Campbell Jr. (Decatur, Georgia) --
Danville Chadbourne (San Antonio) --
Claire Cusack (Houston) --
Robert Dampier (Galveston) --
Roberto del Río (Mexico City) --
Martin Delabano (Dallas) --
Vernon Fisher (Fort Worth) --
Trenton Doyle Hancock (Houston) --
Vincent Hannemann (Austin) --
Ann Harithas (Houston) --
Dana Harper (Houston) --
Joseph Havel (Houston) --
Tracy Hicks (Bakersville, North Carolina) --
Paul Horn (Houston) --
Otis Huband (Houston) --
Christopher Hynes (Austin) --
Barbara Irwin (Austin) --
Joy Jenkins (Chico) --
Norman Kary (Plano) --
Kato (Cleveland Heights, Ohio) --
Sharon Kopriva (Houston) --
Jean Lacy (Dallas) --
Marilyn Lanfear (San Antonio) --
Lance Letscher (Austin) --
Ken Little (San Antonio) --
Bert L. Long Jr. (Houston) --
Jesse Lott (Houston) --
Edward Lane Mccartney (Houston) --
Mary McCleary (Nacogdoches) --
Leila McConnell (Houston) --
Kelly O'Connor (San Antonio) --
Mari Omori (Houston) --
Kathleen Packlick (Houston) --
Angelica Paez (Houston) --
Kevin Parmer (Dallas) --
Forrest Prince (Houston) --
Russell Prince (Houston) --
Dario Robleto (Houston) --
Aaron Roe (Richardson) --
Jonathan Rosenstein (Houston) --
John Mark Sager (Austin) --
Joel Sampson (Dallas) --
Ward Sanders (Lytle) --
Luke Savisky (Austin) --
Kelly Sears (Denver, Colorado) --
Al Souza (Wendell, Massachusetts, and St. Croix, US Virgin Islands) --
Julie Speed (Marfa) --
James Michael Starr (Dallas) --
Henry Stein (San Antonio) --
Gary Sweeney (San Antonio) --
Cecil Touchon (Santa Fe, New Mexico) --
Patrick Turk (Houston) --
Janet L. Waldrop (Flint, Texas) --
Debbie Wetmore (Houston) --
Steve Wiman (Austin).
Series Title: Joe and Betty Moore Texas art series, no. 17.
Responsibility: Robert Craig Bunch.

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