- 4.0 linear feet
- Michael A. Stone (born 1954) is a scholar of contemporary American crafts and woodworking. He wrote the book
Contemporary American Woodworkers (1985), and articles which have appeared in
The New York Times, and other publications. The Michael A. Stone research files on woodworking artists, 1980-1995, include research articles, interviews, photographs and slides of works, correspondence with artists and descendants of artists, exhibition catalogs and ephemera, artist curricula vitae, press releases, and related documents. Garry Bennett, Arthur Carpenter, Wharton Esherick, and other well-known woodworking artists are represented in the collection.
Held at: The Center for Art in Wood [Contact Us]