New from The Center for Art in Wood
Emil Milan: Midcentury Master Book
Emil Milan stood with now legendary artists and designers like Wharton Esherick, Sam Maloof, Wendell Castle, Charles Eames, George Nakashima, and Bob Stocksdale in the most important exhibitions of fine craft in America. His wares were tailored for and sold in high-end retailers such as Hammacher Schlemmer, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the original Pottery Barn store in Manhattan. Milan's works are in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Center for Art in Wood, the Museum of Arts and Design, and many private collections.
Milan was also a teacher, mentor, and role model for dozens of successful artists and woodworkers who found inspiration in his classes. Despite Milan's own success, he slipped into obscurity after his death without reaching the notoriety of his peers.
A new Kickstarter project (now fully funded) is publishing this book on Emil and you can join in to get your own copy of either the standard edition or the rare collector's limited edition.
The Kickstarter project ends at 11:59 pm EST on Friday, December 8, 2017 so don't delay if you want to reserve your copy.
To reach the Kickstarter project page, click here.
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