|The Stars of Texas
Paperweights from the Paperweight
Collectors Association of Texas
An Exhibition at the PCA
Convention May 14 - 17, 2003 and the MSC Forsyth Center Galleries, Texas
A&M University June 9 - November 28, 2003
by Arthur R. Elder and Timothy
This exhibition catalog documents an exhibition of
paperweights from the collections of Texas collectors. It includes
outstanding paperweights from all of the classical factories plus most
of the modern makers. 159 paperweights are included and all are shown
in full color.
The exhibition was organized to coincide with the biennial
meeting of the Paperweight Collectors
Association in San Antonio, Texas. As indicated
by the title, the hosts of the meeting wanted to show the attendees from
around the world some of the best paperweights from the Texas collectors.
68 pages with over 159 paperweights shown in color.
Available hard bound and soft bound.
8 1/4" by 10 1/4". 2003.
Click on the picture to see a color plate from the book.
In Memory of Paul Jokelson
List of Lenders and Contributors
History of the Paperweight Collectors Association of Texas
So What Else Was Happening (Historical Perspective)
A Modern Renaissance
Antique Paperweights (An exhibit of paperweights by Baccarat,
Clichy, St. Louis, Pantin, Belgian, Bohemian, English, American, and Unknown)
Modern Paperweights (An Exhibit of paperweights by Rick
Ayotte, Baccarat, Bob Banford, Bobby Banford, Richard Braley of Orient
& Flume, Chris Buzzini, Jim Donofrio, Randy Grubb, Greg Held of Orient
and Flume, James and Nontas Kontes, Steven Lundberg of Lundberg Studios,
Peter McDougall of Perthshire, Johne Parsley, Perthshire Paperweights,
Matt Quinn of Orient & Flume, Lubomir Richter and Orient & Flume,
Ken Rosenfeld, St. Louis, Barry Sautner and Steven Lundberg, Daniel Salazar
of Lundberg Studios, Gary Scrutton of Parabelle Glass, Gordon Smith, Paul
Stankard, Loren Stump, Debbie Tarsitano, Delmo Tarsitano, Victor Trabucco,
Mayauel Ward, Paul Ysart, John Gooderham, Charles Kaziun, Drew Ebelhare,
and Francis Whittemore