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Daniel Jackson: Dovetailing History



 
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A history on one of the most whimsical wood artists including essays and full-color photographs of Jackson's career and work. Helen W. Drutt English places Jackson in the lively craft scene that developed in Philadelphia in the 1960s. Edward S. Cooke, Jr. provides a portrait of the artist and an assessment of his work. [His] inspirational teaching at PCA and his critical role in shaping the character of the Program in Artisanry, writes Cooke, set the foundation for how furniture design and making were taught at the university level throughout the United States in the last quarter of the 20th century. His work also blazed the trail for sculptural furniture that inspired thoughts of beauty while honoring the purpose of furniture.

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