Brothers in Design and Craft: The Legacy of Greene and Greene, presented by Ted Bosley at the Center
The Craft in America Center was delighted to have the longtime director of the Gamble House, Ted Bosley, speak at the opening of “Rooted: Craft Origins from the CALIFORNIA episode.” With 28 years of service to the Gamble House, he brought with him a wealthy amount of insight as to who Charles and Henry Green were, where they studied, and how they became such distinguished names in the crafts world.
The audience was wonderful and indulged in the information Ted produced, particularly when he presented some text shared between a Mrs. Mary J. Moore and Charles S. Greene. Also joining us for the evening, hiding in the back row, was master woodworker and craftsman James Ipekjian, whose work is displayed in the exhibition. We could not have asked for a more impeccable talk and reception for this show.