our editors pull back the curtain on the best: vintage traditional

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our editors pull back the curtain on the best: vintage traditional
HOME AND GARDEN SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016 THE BEST OF BIG D
THE
DA L L A S/ F O R T
WO R T H ’ S
H O M E
A N D
G A R D E N
M AG A Z I N E
BESTof
BIG
D
2016
(
HOME AND
GARDEN EDITION
)
OUR EDITORS PULL BACK THE CURTAIN ON THE BEST: VINTAGE
TRADITIONAL FURNITURE, MONOGRAMMING, GIFT SHOP, BOO
POOL SERVICE, WINE SHOP, BAKERY, BUTCHER, ART STORAGE,
TOY STORE, GROCER, BIRTHDAY CAKE, TREE SERVICE, MODERN FURN,
RUG CLEANER, FRAMER, CATERER, STATIONER, ICE CREAM, PARTY
GOODS, FLORAL SHOP, CANDLES, SWEETS, AND MUCH MORE!
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 5
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Plus:
FASHIONABLE FINDS
THAT BRING THE
RUNWAY HOME
SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016
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Pe o p l e , p l a c e s , a r t , a n d d e s i g n th a t i n s p i r e u s .
SCOU TED
True to Size
This mini mirror offers a bit of reflection.
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pr o duc e d a nd s t y le d b y J A M I E L A U B H A N - O L I V E R
Brooklyn-based sculptor and jeweler Darcy Miro crafted this white
bronze and copper mirror to be part of a grouping. The Rhode
Island School of Design graduate frequently uses silver, gold, and
bronze in her nature-inspired metal sculptures. Though striking as
a stand-alone piece, Traci Finch of Emily Summers Studio 54
recommends mixing a few together: “Her vision for them is the
way we have it on our floor.” Even still, Finch has sold a few
individually because “people wanted them as little pieces of art.”
GET IT: Find this tiny looking glass ($5,850) and more pieces from the collection
at Emily Summers Studio 54 in Highland Park Village.
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Mother
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DOWN TO EARTH
What’s new is old again with modern vases reminiscent of the ancient world.
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MIX MASTER
TIME TRAVELER
British artist Gareth Mason says
his artwork is meant to represent “a
small cosmic explosion.” This piece,
created in 2011, mixes porcelain,
feldspar, glazes, oxide, and lustre.
Man for the Ages
Netherlands-based artist
Olivier van Herpt uses 3-D printing
to create his ceramics, despite their
practically biblical aesthetic.
Dallas-based artist
Rachel Muldez was
born in New Mexico,
so she blends the
landscape of her two
home states in her work,
and the results are obvious—admirers of her
pieces can almost feel
the soil in her finished
products. As a student,
she earned two degrees
from Baylor University,
studying ceramics
under Paul McCoy
and Nick DeVries. She
then received a second
master’s degree in art
from the University of
Dallas, where she is now
working on her terminal
degree. An adjunct
professor at Richland
College, she lists simple
items from nature such
as rocks, flowers, seeds,
and leaves as daily
sources of inspiration
for her work. Find her
pieces at The Mews
on Market Center
Boulevard.
NONCONFORMIST
Brian Molanphy is an assistant professor of art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts.
A Fulbright grant recipient who studied in France, he says “flux, endurance, transgression, and
history” influence his ceramic pieces. Catch his “Business, Cleverly Disguised as Pleasure” exhibit
on weekdays through August 26 at the University of Dallas’ Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery.
Artist Brenda Holzke says her “goal
is to lose control” when working
with clay. She embraces imperfections while layering different
materials—a process she likes to call
“organized chaos.”
left to right: Gareth Mason “Answers Oracular” ceramic jar, $18,000/Emily Summers; Brenda Holzke “Matchstick Vessel” stoneware with Sunbrella
tassels, $1,960/Grange Hall; Brian Molanphy “Swell” vase, $1,600/Emily Summers; Claude Conover “Tsots” pot, $12,000/Sputnik Modern; Brenda
Holzke “Core Sample” ceramic vase, $1,680/Grange Hall; Gilles Caffier “Dentated” carved vase, $2,481/Baker; Olivier van Herpt “3D Ceramics”
vase, $3,675/Grange Hall; Rachel Muldez “3-vessel” collection, $1,850/The Mews
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