November 1985
Ornament;Winter85, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p50
This article offers news briefs related to the decorative arts. "Netsuke: Japanese Sculpture in Miniature" from the Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection will be displayed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through January 19, 1986. "Africa The Woman," a 1986 calendar, can be purchased from BMB, Inc. "The Print Table Collection was a collaborative effort to create wearable art using the inspiration of textiles that had covered screen printing tables.


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