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White House Collection of American Crafts

by Michael Monroe

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This is a survey of the first official White House crafts collection, assembled with encouragement from President and Mrs Clinton, and features the work of more than 70 of America's leading craft artists. The objects, made of glass, ceramic, metal, wood and fibre, are presented as a celebration of American craftspeople, and a tribute to the country's long-standing craft heritage.… (more)

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This is a survey of the first official White House crafts collection, assembled with encouragement from President and Mrs Clinton, and features the work of more than 70 of America's leading craft artists. The objects, made of glass, ceramic, metal, wood and fibre, are presented as a celebration of American craftspeople, and a tribute to the country's long-standing craft heritage.

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