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Art + Design:
etherton invites

 

Art + Design

opens: 09.08.09 closing: 11.28.09

+ Stephen PAUL
+ David ADLER
+ Scott BAKER
+Tom PHILABAUM
+ Nancy TOKAR MILLER
+ Jim WAID
+ Judy GELLES

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For our first exhibition of the 2009-2010 season, Etherton Gallery inaugurates a unique exhibition concept, Art+Design:Etherton Invites, uniting art and design in one space, highlighting the diversity and elegance of contemporary desert design in Tucson.

The exhibition is a collaboration with nationally known Tucson designers and artists including Stephen Paul of Arroyo Design, Scott Baker of BAKER+HESSELDENZ, Tom Philabaum of Philabaum Glass Studio & Gallery and David Adler of David E. Adler, Inc. of Scottsdale.

 

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Paul
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Stephen PAUL

Stephen Paul founded Arroyo Design in 1984 with his wife Elaine, and now maintains showrooms in New York and Tucson. Using Victorian, Biedermeier, and the Arts & Crafts movements as inspiration, his work is restrained, minimizing ornamentation to highlight the sensual details of his mesquite furniture.

Baker
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Scott BAKER

Scott Baker is an award winning interior and furniture designer with over 14 years of experience in custom residential and commercial design. He is currently a partner in Baker+Hesseldenz Design, Inc., an interior design firm.

Adler
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David ADLER

David Adler of David E. Adler, Inc. has been in the business of buying and selling hand knotted Oriental rugs in Scottsdale, AZ since 1973. The showroom is known for its extensive inventory of innovative and inspiring carpets in many different categories, including collector, antique, contemporary, designer, custom and small boutique weavers.

Philabaum
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Tom PHILABAUM

Tom Philabaum built his first glassblowing studio in 1975 in downtown Tucson, and opened Philabaum Glass Studio & Gallery in 1982. Today he continues to spearhead a studio of blown glass as well as sculptural and site specific art, using a broad array of techniques, including kiln casting, fusing, and slumping.

gelles
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Judy GELLES

Complementing the architectural focus of
Art+Design:Etherton Invites, Etherton Gallery
will show photographs of brightly painted
Australian beach cabanas, from the Beach
Boxes series, by Philadelphia artist Judy Gelles
in the Axial Gallery.

axial

Adler
+ Nancy TOKAR MILLER

 

Adler
+ Jim WAID