Transitions : conversations with Wendell Castle

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Date
1971
Summary
Presents Wendell Castle, a sculptor who likes plastic and rugged woods better than materials which are traditionally used. Explains that Castle creates forms which are both beautiful and functional, relatively inexpensive, and fit with each other in a total environmental situation. Relates that Castle believes art is continually changing because the artist or designer by his very nature cannot be happy with things as they are.
Contributors
Richard H. Pierce; Richard Taylor; Victor Losick; Richard Newman; Charles Gershwin; WXXI, Rochester
Publishers
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Genres
Educational; Art
Subjects
Sculpture--Technique; Castle, Wendell--1932-2018; Sculpture; Artists, United States
Collection
National Educational Television
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive
Rights Statement
Copyright Not Evaluated

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