In doing research for my book, published by Chronicle in San Francisco titled: Pantone on Fashion—a Century of Color in Design, a woman named Miriam Haskell intrigued me. Arriving in New York from Indiana in […]
Iridescence (also known as goniochromism) is defined as “the phenomenon of certain surfaces that appear to gradually change color as the angle of view or the angle of illumination changes. The word is derived from […]
We want to share with you a wonderful book written by a colleague and former student, Kim Newton Arispe and beautifully photographed by Bobby Arispe. It is called, “Liberal Libations.” The book is so well […]
Former student, Saana Baker, is known for her beautiful and meticulous work in textile. Her attention to technical detail, nuanced colors, subtle detail and evocative patterning are central to her aesthetic.